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October 2016 Neighbor to Neighbor News
Posted on Oct 5th, 2016

  • Next HOA Meeting:  Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 7pm, Rockshire Community Room.  ***Please note the change in day for October only***
  • The Rockville Mayor and Council authorized the purchase of the property at 175 Watts Branch Pkwy (former Karma Academy) from Montgomery County. We urge Rockshire residents to contact the City with suggestions for land use, such as adding the property to Wootton Mills Park or other ideas:
    Mayor and Council
    Write to the Mayor and Council at 111 Maryland Avenue, Rockville, MD 20850, or email
  • A reminder to residents that refuse is not to be placed out for collection prior to 5:00pm on Monday (Tuesday if Monday is a holiday), and all containers must be removed from public view by the end of the day of collection.
  • Rockville provides: Six (6) special bulk refuse collections per household each calendar year, unlimited electronics recycling that is collected by appointment. Call 240-314-8568 weekdays, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., to schedule an appointment for collection.
  • Self-hauling to the Montgomery County Transfer Station (16101 Frederick Road) is also an option.
  • The ash trees will be replaced in the spring and fall of 2017, the City of Rockville will be selecting the variety of trees.
  • More wood chips will be added to the playgrounds within the month.
  • FYI*
    Concerned Citizens for Rockshire Center Redevelopment (CCRCR) is a group of citizens made-up of a cross section of local residents that seek to provide input regarding future plans to redevelop the Rockshire Village Shopping Center.  CCRCR is looking at current land use zoning for Rockshire with the goal of providing input related to the impact this redevelopment will have on Rockshire and the wider community.  They seek a sense of 'community' tied together by history, place, and identity.  The group is researching several areas of concern including school, traffic, density, environment, retail options and other aspects of land use as this redevelopment project moves forward.  If you are interested in joining CCRCR, or have ideas to share, visit their Facebook page ( and message one of the members.
    * The above information is only intended as general information for the public, and should not be considered as an endorsement by the Rockshire Board or HOA
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