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Rockville Senior Center to Reopen June 14

The City of Rockville will reopen Rockville Senior Center, Monday, June 14, providing limited hours and amenities for members. The center will not be open for drop-in use or daily lunch.

The senior center and fitness room will be open, by reservation only, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. More information about the online reservation system will be available in coming weeks.

The senior center, located at 1150 Carnation Drive, will follow federal, state and local COVID-19 health and safety guidelines: Face coverings and physical distancing of 6 feet or more will be required.

Spring and summer programs that have been advertised and scheduled will remain virtual. New, in-person programs will be advertised in the summer newsletters.

Seniors will be required to leave after their scheduled time, meeting, or class.

The fitness room, game room, library and wood shop will be open for scheduled use only. (The wood shop is undergoing construction and will not reopen until construction concludes.)

Transportation will resume, in a limited capacity, for shopping on weekday mornings, and in the afternoon for use of the fitness room and classes. Reservations must be made ahead of time.

Seniors can schedule times to meet in person with Senior Services Staff and personal trainers by calling the front desk.

For more information about Rockville Senior Center, visit, or call 240-314-8800 or email

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