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City of Rockville

Montgomery County Council

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City of Rockville

111 Maryland Avenue 

Rockville, MD 20850  

Phone:  240-314-5000

Public Hearings


In the 1780s, the community was known as Williamsburgh, named for the family that subdivided the central part of town, when Rockville was little more than a cluster of homes, a tavern, a courthouse and a jail.

In 1801, the Maryland General Assembly officially established the name of the town as "Rockville" because of its location close to Rock Creek. 


Today, what happens in the City of Rockville does not necessarily stay in the City of Rockville. The decisions made by the mayor and city council impact school overcrowding and traffic congestion in the county.

Montgomery County Council

Montgomery County Council

Montgomery County Council

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Council Office Building  

100 Maryland Avenue, 6th Floor  

Rockville, MD 20850

Phone: (240) 777-7900 

Watch Council Meetings


Montgomery County was formed by a division of Frederick County in 1776.


The Montgomery County Council is the legislative branch of County government. It has nine members, all elected at the same time by the voters of Montgomery County to serve four year terms.


District 1 includes the communities of Bethesda, Cabin John, Chevy Chase, Garrett Park, Glen Echo, Friendship Heights, North Bethesda, Potomac, Poolesville, Randolph Hills, and Somerset.


Andrew Friedson

Councilmember for District 1

Phone: (240) 777-7828 

Email

Councilmember.Friedson@montgomerycountymd.gov


Staff Information 

Cindy Gibson, Chief of Staff, 240-777-7828  

Rose Hacking, Legislative Aide, 240-777-7828 

Matt Higgins, Legislative Aide, 240-777-7828 

Aaron Kraut, Legislative Aide, 240-777-7828



MNCP&PC

Montgomery County Council

HOAs and Citizens Associations

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Planning Board 

Maryland National Capital Park & Planning Commission

8787 Georgia Avenue 

Silver Spring, MD 20910

Phone: (301) 495-4605

Planning Board Video on Demand


The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) is a bi-county agency empowered by the State of Maryland in 1927 to acquire, develop, maintain and administer a regional system of parks within Montgomery and Prince George's Counties, and to provide land use planning for the physical development of Prince George's and Montgomery counties. In addition, the agency gained responsibility for the public recreation program in Prince George's County in 1970.

HOAs and Citizens Associations

HOAs and Citizens Associations

HOAs and Citizens Associations

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Luxmanor Citizens Association

The Luxmanor Citizens Association formed on January 1, 1938 when all nine of the families in the area formed an association to more effectively oppose the Capitol Transit Company’s threatened abandonment of the bus line on Old Georgetown Road. Today there are 935 homes in multiple subdivisions within its claimed boundaries east of Old Farm Creek that meanders through Tilden Woods Park, south of Montrose Parkway, West of Democracy Boulevard, and north of I-270. Membership is voluntary.

Luxmanor Citizens Association Bylaws


The Board of Directors of the Heritage Walk Homeowners Association 

c/o Bob Fogel

Abaris Realty, Inc. 

7811 Montrose Road, Suite 110 

Potomac, MD 20854

Phone: (301) 468-8919

202 homes are mandatory members of  the Heritage Walk Homeowners Association. These are 155 homes in Windermere I and 47 homes in Windermere II. Less than half of the residents are also members of the Luxmanor Citizens Association.


Coalition of Windermere Neighbors


Greater Farmland Civic Association

There are 981 homes in the four communities Tilden Woods,  Old Farm,  Walnut Woods, and  Hickory Woods located east of I-270, south of Montrose Road, north of Tuckerman Lane, and west of Tilden Woods Park on Tilden Lane.

Bylaws.


Timberlawn Homeowners Association

There are 126 singles family homes colonial homes with two car garages located south of Edson Lane, west of the Bethesda Trolley Trail, north of Tuckerman Lane extended, and east of (behind) Woodward High School.

Covenants and Restrictions


Civic Organizations and Clubs

HOAs and Citizens Associations

Civic Organizations and Clubs

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The Rotary Club of North Bethesda

North Bethesda Rotary meets each Friday morning at Oakville Grill in North Bethesda to enjoy a hearty breakfast, camaraderie, and to plan activities and fund-raisers for Rotary causes and ideals. 

North Bethesda Rotary meetings
The Original Pancake House 

(OPH) in Rockville
12224 Rockville Pike

Rockville, MD 20852
Fridays @ 7:15 AM
(301) 897-9100 


North Bethesda Camera Club

Meetings are held at the

Faith United Methodist Church

 6810 Montrose Road 

Rockville, MD, 20852


Bethesda Historical Society

https://bethesdahistoricalsociety.org

Email bethesdahistory@gmail.com


Montgomery County Historical Society

111 W. Montgomery Avenue  

Rockville, Maryland 20850  

Phone: (301) 340-2825 

info@montgomeryhistory.org


Peerless Rockville

In the Historic Red Brick Courthouse
29 Courthouse Square, Room 110
Rockville, MD 20850

Phone: (301) 762-0096
E-Mail: Info@PeerlessRockville.org


Friends of the Library

21 Maryland Avenue, Suite 310
Rockville, MD 20850
Phone: (240) 777-0020
Email: staff@folmc.org

Parks

HOAs and Citizens Associations

Civic Organizations and Clubs

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Tilden Woods Stream Valley Park 

Sulky Lane &  I-270 North 

North Bethesda, MD 20852

Phone:  (301) 495-2595

This 65.5 acre stream valley for Old Farm Creek and wildlife habitat offers wooded hiking trails.


Josiah Henson Park 

11420 Old Georgetown Road 

North Bethesda, MD 20852

Phone: (301) 650-4373

This 3.34 acre historic site features Uncle Tom's Cabin and will feature a 2,900 square foot Visitor Center. The site is the remnants of the 300 acre Riley Plantation that stretched across what are now the Luxmanor and Tilden Woods subdivisions.


Wall Park

5900 Executive Boulevard
North Bethesda, MD 20852

The 12 acre park is the home of the Shriver Aquatic Center and features an exercise path with fitness equipment, a playground, basketball court, a HeartSmart Trail, and two accessible picnic tables.


Cabin John Regional Park 

7400 Tuckerman Lane 

Bethesda, MD 20817 

This 8.8-mile natural surface trail for hikers and bikers follows a Cabin John Creek in a wooded suburban park.


Cabin John Group Picnic Area 

7701 Tuckerman Lane 

Potomac, MD 20854

Phone: (301) 299-0024


Robert C Mc Donnell Campground 

7701 Tuckerman Lane 

Potomac, MD 20854 

(301) 495-2525


 Timberlawn Park    

10800 Gloxinia Drive 

North Bethesda, MD 20852

Surrounded by trees, this 13.7 acre park offers a playground, a basketball court, and two soccer fields.


Rock Creek Regional Park

6700 Needwood Road 

Derwood, MD 20855

Phone: (301) 948-5053

Rock Creek Regional Park stretches across approximately 1,800 acres that includes the 75 acre Lake Needwood and 55 acre Lake Frank and 13 miles of trails. Rock Creek flows southward into Rock Creek Park, which is owned and managed by the National Park Service.


Rock Creek Park 

5200 Glover Rd, NW
Washington, DC 20015

Phone: (202) 895-6000 

Rock Creek Park is made up of 1,754 acres that bisects the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C. The park was created by an Act of Congress in 1890, and today is administered by the National Park Service.