Acting state health Secretary Dennis R. Schrader outlined Maryland’s efforts to distribute the state’s allocation of COVID-19 vaccines in a Feb. 2 letter to Rockville’s Mayor and Council. The letter comes in response to a Jan. 26 letter in which the Mayor and Council demanded that Maryland send more vaccine
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The snow emergency in the City of Rockville has been lifted, effectively immediately, today, Tuesday, Feb. 2. Recycling and trash will be collected as scheduled Tuesday. Learn more about Rockville’s recycling and trash collection, including what can and can’t be recycled, at https://www.rockvillemd.gov/recycling-trash, call 240-314-8568, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit https://www.rockvillemd.gov
City’s Prioritization Policy Allows Residents to Petition for New Path Know a neighborhood that could use a sidewalk? The city’s Sidewalk Prioritization Policy helps determine if, and in what order, the city constructs sidewalks. A missing sidewalk is any existing or potential pathway that, were it hard surfaced, would be
Construction on a project to improve safety and access along Baltimore Road, a major east-west connection between the city’s east side and Rockville Town Center, is expected to begin later this winter. The project will improve convenience, accessibility and safety for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists, including pedestrian safety measures at
Parking Restrictions Take Effect at 9 A.M. UPDATE: The City of Rockville will collect trash and recycling as scheduled, Monday, Feb. 1. Rockville Swim and Fitness Center will be closed Monday. The City of Rockville has declared a snow emergency that will begin 9 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 31, when a winter
In the winter, salt keeps us safe while we are on the move, but it also leads to higher levels of salt in the region’s drinking water supply. Remember: More salt isn’t always best. Scatter deicer and leave space between the grains only after shoveling and clearing pavement. Sweep up
Quick Links, Facts and Phone Numbers When winter weather strikes, turn to the city’s website at www.rockvillemd.gov. Closure and snow emergency information will be available on the website, as well as through Facebook (www.facebook.com/cityofrockville) and Twitter (@rockville411), and by signing up for Alert Rockville notifications at www.rockvillemd.gov/alerts.
Distribution is Not Equitable, Mayor and Council’s Letter Said Maryland must make more COVID-19 vaccine doses available to Montgomery County residents, the Mayor and Council wrote in a Jan. 26 letter to the state.
The state has expanded eligibility for all Marylanders 65 and over to begin receiving COVID-19 vaccines. Montgomery County is in Phase 1B for vaccine distribution, which includes residents age 75 and older. Please note that the vaccination program is administered by the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services.
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