The city is seeking input from community members about Rockville’s Capital Improvements Program for Fiscal Year 2025-2029.
The CIP lays out how Rockville plans to invest funding over a five-year period for capital projects such as parks, roads, buildings and other infrastructure. As Rockville begins preparations for the Fiscal Year 2025 budget process, which begins July 1, 2024, residents are encouraged to tell the city about the condition of streets and parks, and help plan new facilities or infrastructure upgrades to meet community needs.
To tell the city what capital projects are needed in your neighborhood, complete and submit the form at www.rockvillemd.gov/Propose-a-Project by Friday, Sept. 15.
Proposals cannot serve a private purpose or be located on private property and should have an equal, accessible benefit to all community members. If submitted on behalf of a neighborhood group, the proposal should be discussed and agreed on by the neighborhood group before submission. Neighborhood groups can provide the Mayor and Council with formal input about a project submission at any time during the budget process via a letter, email or online budget survey, or by addressing the Mayor and Council at a budget public hearing.
A summary of all proposals submitted will be provided to the Mayor and Council, the city manager and applicable city department staff, and will be included as part of the public record, beginning with the first budget public hearing in the fall. Learn more about the city’s budget process at www.rockvillemd.gov/budget.
For more information about CIP proposal submissions, contact Hjarman Cordero at [email protected].