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Club Room Rental Information
Rockshire Community Room is available for HOA and Pool members to rent for parties, meetings and events.
Rental Highlights:
  • Newly renovated room - new floors, fresh paint
  • Upgraded Kitchen Area with new refrigerator, all new cabinets, new sink. Kitchen area now has a microwave.
  • New stone counter tops
  • Additional counter space - perfect for entertaining
  • New folding tables; folding chairs available
  • Use of pool available during swim season
Please download and fill out the Rental Agreement form using the link below:
To submit electronically:
  • Scan the completed application and submit it to us using the Contact Us page located at
  • Select "Club Room Rental Form Submission" in the 'Send-to' field
  • Attach the application using the "Attach File" button
  • Click "Submit"
  • Remember to mail the payment and deposit checks to the address on the application
Alternatively, you can mail the completed form and checks to:
Attn: Cherri Warren
c/o IKO Community Management
3416 Olandwood Court, Suite 210
Olney, MD 20832 

Property Maintenance Guidelines
Please click here to see the updated Property Maintenance Guidelines document

Architectural Change Information
Homeowners planning to add, change or replace any exterior elements of their properties such as replace windows, roof, siding, add fences or solar panel, remove trees, etc., are required to apply for and receive Rockshire Architectural Control Committee (ACC) approval before work begins for each project.  The ACC, comprised of volunteer homeowners, is charged with applying planning guidelines and standards to preserve the harmony and architectural character of the community.
STEP 1: Use links below to access ACC guidelines and forms:
ACC Guidelines ACC Application
Deck Guidelines
STEP 2: Review the guidelines for your project. Various projects have various documentation and approval requirements, for example large tree removal needs signed acknowledgement from neighbors. In addition, certain projects require permits from City of Rockville.  For additional information about permits, visit Building Permits and Inspections
STEP 3: Download and fill out the ACC Application - if appropriate, include the property survey plat, samples of materials, and your contractor proposal.
STEP 4: Submit your application using the information on the form. You will receive the application resolution letter.
STEP 5: If approved, proceed with your project and notify IKO when the project is completed.  If Denied, make adjustments to your plans to comply with the architectural guidelines. You can contact IKO for additional information regarding your approval or denial letter.  
For additional information or with questions regarding a specific application, please contact Linda Wildman at IKO Community Management:  (301) 924-4050 or submit an email question using our Contact Us page*
*Please be advised that due to possible technical issues beyond our control, messages from the Contact Us page  as well as sent directly via email, occasionally are filtered by the spam filter server.  If you do not get a response from Linda or another person at IKO within 48 hours, please call the IKO office at (301) 924-4050 for follow up.

Spring Stream Cleanup
Saturday, May 4, 2019
7:50am to 10am
Saturday, May 4 from 8 AM till 10 AM – meet at the playground at Gormley and Monet 7:50 AM. Wear Rain Boots. Rubber gloves and trash bags will be...
HOA Meeting
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
7pm to 8:30pm
Annual HOA Meeting
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
7pm to 8:30pm

Pool Membership Information
Rockshire is currently accepting pool membership applications for outside members.
Receive a $25 discount if the application and payment is received by May 15, 2019. 
Download the application form and instructions by clicking HERE.

Neighbor to Neighbor News - April 2019
Posted on Apr 7th, 2019

No HOA meeting in April. Next meeting Wednesday May 8 at 7:00 pm at the Rockshire Clubhouse.


MCPS Equity Accountability Model Community Meetings

  • Montgomery County Public Schools Office of School Support and Improvement is leading a series of community meetings to learn about the MCPS Equity Accountability Model and other strategies the district is using to monitor and report student achievement.
  • The Equity Accountability Model proposals have generated a lot of buzz among the county communities due to possible future school district boundary changes, with some residents supporting the proposed changes - and some strongly opposing them. 
  • See the program’s web site for additional information:
  • The meeting schedules are:
    Monday, April 8, 2019 :
  • 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
  • Magruder High School
  • Sherwood High School
  • Damascus High School  
  • Wednesday, April 24:
  • 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
  • Paint Branch High School
  • Watkins Mill High School
  • Montgomery Blair High School
  • Monday, May 13, 2019:
  • 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
  • Rockville High School
  • Quince Orchard High School
  • Springbrook High School


The Maryland Dept. of Transportation is holding two back-to-back “public workshops” about the 270 expansion project at Wootton H.S. on Thursday, April 25. The first one begins at 6:30 p.m. and the second one at 7:30. The purpose of the meeting is to update local citizens on the status of the project — both on 270 and other plans involving expanding the Beltway. Public comment will be taken at the meeting.  You can learn more at


Time for some Spring Cleaning and Maintenance

  • Property inspections have started, and we have some tips for homeowners to consider:
  • We’ve had a very rainy summer and fall – many roofs show need for cleaning/ power washing.
  • Exterior and siding: power wash siding, porches, walkways and brick walls that show signs of mildew or dirt. Clean out the gutters.
  • Fences: Please make any repairs to fences as necessary. Leaning fences or missing boards should be addressed.
  • Painted surfaces: Inspect walls, window frames, door frames and other trim for wood rot and damaged paint. Repair/replace and paint trim to prevent further deterioration.
  • Remove dead and dried up plants and weeds and trim lawn or plants as appropriate.
  • Garden supplies, ladders and other miscellaneous items should be stored out of view. Car ports and side of garage are not allowed for storage.
  • Please remember that the trash and recycling containers should be placed at curbside no earlier than 7pm the evening before pickup and removed no later than 8 am on the day following pickup.
  • Important: if you receive a violation notice, please correct the violations by the requested deadline to avoid fines.

Please pickup your pet’s waste.

  • We all love our furry friends but dealing with pet waste that has been left behind is not fun for anyone. Please be sure to pick up after your pets and properly dispose of your pet waste bags. Your neighbors will thank you!
  • Leaving pet waste where it drops is illegal in the City of Rockville. Violators may be subject to fines up to $1000 for each offence.  Click the following link for additional information:

Rockshire Watts Branch Stream Cleanup

  • Saturday, May 4 from 8 AM till 10 AM – meet at the playground at Gormley and Monet 7:50 AM.
  • Wear Rain Boots. Rubber gloves and trash bags will be provided.
  • Concact Jeanine Lamb if you have questions – 301-518-6947 or 


Annual Rockshire Community Picnic

  • Save the Date: Sunday June 9, 2019 – 12:00pm through 3:00pm
  • Burgers, hot dogs and other picnic fare
  • Water and soft drinks, beer and wine for adults
  • Moon Bounce
  • DJ – great music and games such as water balloon toss, 3-legged race and limbo.


Pool Shower Rooms Renovation Update

  • The main scope of the shower room renovations is complete! Our contractor is finishing up to make sure everything is ready by the opening day.
  • What you will see when entering the shower rooms this summer:
  • New shower stalls with tile and new partitions and curtains
  • Both hot and cold water supplied to showers, so you can set the temperature the way you like it – no more “too hot” or “too cold” water.
  • New granite counter with new sinks and new fixtures – also hot and cold water supplied.
  • All new bathroom fixtures; new partitions in lighter color.
  • New tile in ladies room changing stalls
  • Modern LED lighting throughout the shower rooms
  • New exhaust fans in both shower rooms to improve air circulation and reduce moisture.
  • Fresh paint throughout