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We are aware that there may be some residents of King Farm may be accustomed to cutting through the tree line/forest conservation area to provide a shortcut to the adjacent office area or to Gude Drive.  Due to the construction of Silverstone Assisted Living. Fencing is up and residents will not be able to go through the forest conservation area.  Please adhere to the established safe routes to avoid the construction area. 


UPCOMING MEETINGS at 300 Saddle Ridge Circle

KFNV - Tonight Tuesday, September 10th 6:00 p.m.

KFCA ADT - Wednesday, September 11th 7:00 p.m.

BAILEYS I - Thursday, September 12th 7:00 p.m.

BAILEYS II – Tuesday, September 17th 7:00 p.m.

KFCA BOT – Wednesday, September 18th 7:45 p.m.  Please note the time change. Executive Session will be held at 7:00 p.m. prior to the Board Meeting.

KFVC III – Thursday, September 19th 7:00 p.m.

KFNV – Thursday, September 26TH 6:00 p.m.



The pool will be open this Saturday and Sunday (14th/15th) from 11 am – 8:30 pm contingent upon weather.  This will be the final weekend the pool will be open until Memorial Day weekend in 2020.





King Farm has set Wednesday, October 23rd from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm as the date to host a Rockville Candidate Forum. It is important that King Farm uses its voting power to influence decisions that directly impact King Farm.  This is an opportunity for King Farm Citizens to meet the candidates and hear the candidates answer questions regarding their general views, but specifically, subject matter that affects the King Farm community.

Please consider volunteering to help with logistics (setup, cleanup, solicit and create questions, find a moderator, etc.). If interested, please contact the Management Office immediately at or call 301-987-0122.  



Come to a Launch Celebration of King Farm Neighbors Village (KFNV) TODAY Tuesday, September 10 from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. in the King Farm Saddle Ridge Community Center.


Please join us to learn about:

· KFNV services;

· Signing up as a volunteer and our first volunteer training session on Thursday, September 26.

· Signing up as a member.


King Farm Neighbors Village (KFNV) is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to neighbors helping neighbors and to assisting residents in the King Farm community to remain in their homes and “age in place.”




When is trash day?
Trash is picked up every Thursday by the City of Rockville unless the City indicates otherwise.

When should trash be placed out for pick up?
Place trash out the night prior to collection or by 6 a.m. the day of collection (Wednesday after 6 p.m. or Thursday by 6 a.m.).

When does bulk pick up occur?
When you schedule your bulk pick up with the City (240-314-8568), they will provide you a date for pick up.  Place your bulk items out the night prior to collection after 6 p.m. or the morning of pick by 6 a.m.



Rockville provides weekly yard waste collections.

Trees and other brush larger than 8 feet long and 2 feet in diameter must be scheduled.


Tips for Collection:

Place yard waste in biodegradable paper lawn bags or 32-gallon trash cans (weight must be less than 50 pounds).

*Place materials at the curb, not the alleyways.

*Place in an unobstructed area by 6 a.m. 

*Do not use any plastic bags.

*Do not dump any yard waste or leaves in storm drains.

*Place pest-infested yard waste and invasive plant species in the trash cart.

*Large trees and piles of branches may require special equipment and require a special collections appointment. Large, storm-related debris will be collected by the city but may take several weeks for crews to collect throughout the city.


Report a Yard Waste Collection Concern

Complete the onlineform to report a missed collection or any other concerns regarding branches and yard waste.






Dates Set for Televised Candidate Forums in Rockville’s Vote by Mail Election

Dear Residents,

Rockville 11 (channel 11 on county cable systems) will broadcast live three candidate forums hosted by community groups.

Community members are invited to attend:


 6:30-8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24 at the Rockville Senior Center, 1150 Carnation Drive. Presented by the League of Women Voters.


 1-2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2 at Thomas Farm Community Center, 700 Fallsgrove Drive. Presented by the Rockville Chamber of Commerce.


 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15 at the Twinbrook Community Recreation Center, 12920 Twinbrook Parkway. Presented by Twinbrook Village in association with Twinbrook Community Association.


The city will tape and air the debates. Questions seeking further information can be directed to the host organizations.

The debates will be broadcast live on channel 11 on county cable systems, livestreamed at and availablefollowing the events at


Find more information on Rockville’s 2019 Vote by Mail election online.


Hjarman Cordero

Senior Community Engagement Coordinator

CityManager's Office

111 Maryland Ave.





Annual Report Highlights Rockville’s Fiscal Year 2019 Accomplishments

Year in Review Looks at How the City Government is Serving the Community

Rockville, Maryland, Sept. 4 — Learn about the City of Rockville’s accomplishments over the past fiscal year in City Manager Rob DiSpirito’s Fiscal Year 2019 annual report to the Mayor and Council and the Rockville community.

“I am pleased to report in these pages our progress on some of the community’s highest priorities, including pedestrian safety, community policing, government efficiency and effectiveness, economic development that attracts and retrains quality businesses and employers, and investments in parks and recreational services that improve your quality of life,” DiSpirito wrote in his letter introducing the report.

Rockville’s FY 2019 accomplishments include:

•       Ninety-four percent of residents responding to the city’s 10th biennial survey said their quality of life in Rockville was excellent (39 percent) or good (55 percent).

•       A perfect score, for the second consecutive year, on the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index scorecard for Rockville’s commitment to the health, welfare, safety and equality of its lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community.

•       Reaffirmation by ratings agencies of the city’s triple-A credit rating, which saves tax dollars by allowing Rockville to borrow at the lowest possible interest rates and is an indication of the city’s sound financial health and financial management practices.

•       $70,000 in total value of food, cash, toys and gift cards collected through donations by more than 190 individuals, businesses and community organizations through the city’s annual Holiday Drive.

The report is presented as a four-page insert in the September issue of “Rockville Reports,” which is mailed to all homes within the city limits. A PDF image of the print edition is available by visiting, then selecting “Annual Report 2019” in the right-hand column.








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King Farm Citizens Assembly, 300 Saddle Ridge Circle, Rockville, MD 20850
Phone: 301-987-0122