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Important Message from the Rockville City Police Department
Dear Neighbors,
Hate has no place in Rockville!!! An important message from Rockville City Police Chief Brito in regards to the recent attacks on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders regionally and nationally.

Architectural Control 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.

Club Room Currently Closed for use
Due to the current state of emergency in Maryland due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, the club room is currently unavailable until further notice.  We will be tracking the situation and will make further decisions based on recommendations from State, County and City of Rockville officials.

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

HOA Meeting - Online via GoToMeeting
Wednesday, May 12, 2021
7pm to 8:30pm
Annual HOA Meeting - Online via GoToMeeting
Wednesday, June 9, 2021
7pm to 8:30pm
HOA Meeting - Online via GoToMeeting
Wednesday, July 14, 2021
7pm to 8:30pm

Violence against Asian and Pacific Islander community
Posted on Mar 19th, 2021
Dear Neighbors,
A gunman killed eight people, six of whom were Asian women, at spas in the Atlanta area.  The vicious attack comes amid a national conversation about racism in America including rising violence against the Asian and Pacific Islander community.  The deadly shooting in Atlanta is the latest incident in a series of violent attacks.
My heart is saddened by such violence.  The violence is unacceptable, deplorable, and has no place in an open and inclusive society.  It saddens me that people are being attacked just because of the color of their skin.
I wanted to add my voice in support of all our communities today, especially the Asian and Pacific Islander community. When we look at Rockshire, City of Rockville and beyond, in Greater Montgomery County -  you see a diverse population, activated by inclusion, and that provides me hope.
Let our voices be heard for building a better and more just society.



Boris Langer
HOA Board President
Rockshire Association, Inc.