- City Projects
Rockville is dedicated to providing the highest quality of life by maintaining city infrastructure and continuing to improve facilities, neighborhoods and offerings. The city works with closely with community members to determine future planning and development.
- Efficient and effective city service delivery.
- Good governance.
- Safe and livable neighborhoods.
- Fiscally responsible.
- Planning and preservation.
- Informed and engaged residents.
- Economic development.
- Stewardship of infrastructure and environment.
Initiatives and Future Planning
The former golf course is undergoing a master plan. The multidisciplinary master-planning consultant team will reflect the Mayor and Council’s goal to reserve all, or a large majority, of the site as a park.
Climate Action Plan
The City of Rockville is embarking on a process to develop its first Climate Action Plan, a Mayor and Council priority initiative, to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and prepare the community to adapt to a changing climate.
Deer Culling Pilot Program
Rockville will pilot an archery-only deer cull, in addition to continuing the city’s ongoing efforts to manage a growing white-tailed deer population, such as data collection, education, the use of repellents and fencing, and participation in a countywide deer-management working group.
Master Plan Update
Rockville 2040 has been a wide-ranging initiative dedicated to updating the city’s Comprehensive Master Plan. The Comprehensive Master Plan’s goal is to preserve and improve the quality of life in Rockville by guiding development and conservation, and ensuring that the city can continue to provide high-quality community facilities.
Stonestreet Corridor Study
Covering roughly the east and west sides of North and South Stonestreet avenues, the study will identify key sites for short- and long-term action, and will seek to strengthen relationships through outreach and engagement with business owners, tenants and neighbors in the corridor area.
Historic Resources Management Plan Update
Plans to update the 30-year old document are underway. The Historic Resources Management Plan outlines how Rockville’s historic buildings and areas are managed, including private homes designated as historic.
Improvements to Baltimore Road include widening the roadway to make it safer and adding pedestrian safety measures at several intersections. Most of the work will be between Route 28 and the city limits, just east of Rockville High School.
King Farm Farmstead Rehabilitation
The King Farm Farmstead was designated as a historic district in 2006. Formerly the largest farm in the area, much of the original farm has long since been sold and developed. Currently, the property is in the planning stage for rehabilitation and future use.
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