What should RedGate Park look like in 10 years? Twenty years? 

The city has launched a new website — and a survey — at engagerockville.com/redgate-park to gather thoughts and ideas about RedGate Park’s future. The survey, which is translated into Spanish and Simplified Chinese, will be open until Friday, April 16.  

请协助我们策划RedGate Park的未来。请访问 engagerockville.com/redgate-park 以了解有关策划过程的更新内容。 

Ayude a planear el futuro del Parque RedGate. Por favor revise engagerockville.com/redgate-park para las actualizaciones en el proceso de planeación. 

Through EngageRockville, users can sign up to receive updates and share ideas, as well as find a central hub for information about RedGate Park and the planning process.  

When the 131-acre RedGate golf course closed, the City of Rockville Mayor and Council voted unanimously to keep the land — one of the city’s largest remaining areas of open space — as a park.   

Over the next year, the community is invited to join the city to envision — and design — the details. Will there be trails for walking, biking and hiking? Playgrounds? A dog park? Picnic areas? Natural areas for birdwatching and habitat preservation? Or would you like to see lighted sports fields or an event amphitheater? Give us your thoughts.

Visit engagerockville.com/redgate-park and join the conversation.