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Proposed Community Center
Areas of the Rockville community will soon be surveyed to determine if they support a new community recreation center.

The city has contracted Rockville-based consultant EurekaFacts LLC to assess the community’s interest in a new center.

Two community meetings were held in October to “explore general options, barriers, concerns and positive aspects” of a possible new community center, according to a proposal from EurekaFacts.

EurekaFacts will use those meetings to design, develop and administer a survey to assess support for a new community center, and if supported, identify the best location and the amenities the center should have.

The survey will be sent to households west of Interstate 270 and south of Hurley Avenue.

Based on that feedback, the consultant will prepare a report for the Mayor and Council.

Funding for the consultant’s study and public outreach was included in the Fiscal Year 2018 Capital Improvements Program budget. The CIP is Rockville’s five-year plan for capital investment.

There are three community recreation centers throughout Rockville:
  • Lincoln Park Community Center, at 357 Frederick Ave.
  • Twinbrook Community Recreation Center, at 12920 Twinbrook Parkway.
  • Thomas Farm Community Center, at 700 Fallsgrove Road. 

For more on the study, contact Superintendent of Parks and Facilities Steve Mader at .