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Speak Now (and Later) About the Budget

Public Hearing and Web Provide Early Opportunities to Speak Out About the FY18 Budget

Community members will have an early opportunity to provide ideas for Rockville’s Fiscal Year 2018 budget during a public hearing on Tuesday, Nov. 1.

This special Tuesday meeting of the Mayor and Council begins at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 111 Maryland Ave. It will gather input for the development of the operating budget and Capital Improvements Program for Fiscal Year 2018, which begins July 1.

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City Hall and Facilities to Close Several Days in November

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Rockville City Hall will be closed on Election Day, Veterans Day and Thanksgiving weekend and other city facilities will be closed or will operate on limited schedules.

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Veterans Day Ceremony to Feature Rockville Resident and Army Reservist

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Nov. 11 Ceremony Will Include Traditional Wreath Laying and Other Salutes

A Rockville veteran of the United States Marine Corps who
now serves in the U.S. Army Reserve will be the featured
speaker as the city honors veterans of our nation’s armed forces at 11 a.m. on Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11.

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Hearing Set for Proposed Floodplain Ordinance Revisions

The Mayor and Council will hold a public hearing on Monday, Nov. 21 on proposed changes to the city’s floodplain management ordinance that would create a more rigorous process for approving construction in the floodplain and would remove previously allowed exemptions to what can be built there.

The hearing will be held during the Mayor and Council meeting, which begins at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 111 Maryland Ave.

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How Did the Turtle Cross the Road? With Help from City Engineers

A Stormwater Management Pond Project Creates a Unique Challenge for City Engineers

You know about the chicken. But a recent stormwater management project presented City of Rockville engineers with a question, and a challenge, of a whole different animal.

Turtles in Watkins Pond were crossing the road to get to – yes – the other side. The challenge: Get them there safely.

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Rockville Ranks Second in State for LGBT Support and Inclusivity

hrcreportcoverRockville’s commitment to the health, welfare, safety and equality of its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community has earned high marks from the Human Rights Campaign (HRC).

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Feel Like Running a Kilometer
or Two? Or Five? Or 10?

Don't forget to register for the Rockville 10K/5K Race.

Don’t forget to register for the Rockville 10K/5K Race.

The 41st annual oldest continuing foot race in Montgomery County is ready, set and go for 8:30 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 6.

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Antique and Classic Car Show is a Thrilling Drive at 55

The 2015 Antique and Classic Car Show was the largest ever, drawing 15,000 people and 582 vehicles to Rockville Civic Center Park.

The 2015 Antique and Classic Car Show was the largest ever, drawing 15,000 people and 582 vehicles to Rockville Civic Center Park.

55th Annual Exhibition Gears Up for Free, Family-Friendly Fun

Classic car fans, families and folks looking for a fun day out can get a close-up look at iconic cars that changed the automotive industry when Rockville’s 55th annual Antique and Classic Car Show rolls into Rockville Civic Center Park from 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 15.

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Register for Winter Youth Sports Leagues

Registration for winter youth sports leagues deadline is Nov. 3.

Registration for winter youth sports leagues deadline is Nov. 3.

Winter sports league registration is open and includes basketball and wrestling for kids. The registration deadline is Thursday, Nov. 3.

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‘Leaf’ It at the Curb

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Fall Leaf Collection Begins in October

Area 1:     Oct. 31-Nov. 4; Dec. 5-9
Area 2:    Nov. 7-11; Dec. 12-16
Area 3:     Nov. 14-18; Dec. 19-23
Area 4:    Oct. 17-21; Nov. 21-25
Area 5:     Oct. 24-28; Nov. 28-Dec. 2

Rockville will vacuum leaves from neighborhood curbs in two rounds, beginning Monday, Oct. 17.

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