Water Main Break Update – Thursday, July 19th, 2021

published: July 20th, 2021 by

ROAD REPAIRS AND PARKING RESTRICTIONS START – TUESDAY, JULY 20th WSSC paving contractors plan to perform road repairs on Reserve Champion starting tomorrow (weather permitting), The work is scheduled to occur Tuesday, July 20th through Thursday, July 22nd. NO PARKING signs have been posted in the curb strips on King Farm Blvd. and Reserve Champion. Please ensure that vehicles parked in the areas identified with temporary no parking signs are moved to avoid being towed. The flow of traffic may be interrupted by the road repairs, so avoid the area if possible. Questions should be directed to WSSC at 301-206-4001.

Water Main Break 6/26/21

published: June 28th, 2021 by

WSSC completed the water main valve repair, restored water service to affected residents and to the Baileys Pool, and made a temporary patch on Reserve Champion so vehicles are able to pass. WSSC has placed Reserve Champion Drive in their repair queue for crews to perform the permanent repair. WSSC said permanent repairs are typically completed in 2 – 4 weeks. WSSC said signs will be placed on the curbs a few days prior to the scheduled repairs. Please look out for these signs. There may be parking restrictions in place in order for WSSC crews (and designated contractors) to… Read More »

Remarks From KFCA Board of Trustees & President to The City of Rockville

published: March 25th, 2021 by

The King Farm Board of Trustees held its monthly meeting on March 17th, 2021. During the meeting, members discussed the recent attacks against Asian-Americans in our country. The trustees expressed a desire to not only stand against this bigotry and hatred but to do more to bring the residents of King Farm together and encourage a sense of community and inclusion. The Trustees and President were shocked and horrified by these hateful events and would like the community and the City of Rockville to work together to create positive change and welcome an open dialogue. Please see the letter below… Read More »

Volunteer to Help Clean up Our Stream!

published: March 19th, 2021 by

Come on out! The Annual Potomac River Watershed cleanup is taking place on Saturday, April 10th, 2021. A group of volunteers working with the City of Rockville will be removing litter from Watts Branch streams that feed into Watkins Pond. WHEN: April 10th, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm WHERE: Meet at the King Farm Park near the tennis courts and lower playground. This activity is planned to be COVID-safe activity and bags and gloves will be provided. Due to the pandemic, the City requires pre-registration.  This activity is approved for MCPS Student Service Learning Hours.  Ask for forms when you pre-register. To pre-register,… Read More »

King Farm Virtual Town Hall Meeting

published: March 12th, 2021 by

There will be a virtual Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, March 31st from 7:30 – 9:00 pm via Zoom Meeting. The Town Hall is an opportunity for King Farm community members to ask questions and provide feedback or opinions in an informal setting. This is not a Board of Trustees meeting, but rather an interactive discussion with Board members, KFCA President, and KFCA Management. Please be respectful and remember that all commentary should be civil. During the meeting, there will be a presentation from the Community Architect on the history of the development of King Farm and the development of… Read More »

Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Monday, January 18th, 2021

published: January 15th, 2021 by

In observance of MLK Day, the Management office will be closed on Monday, January 18th. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, January 19th from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm. Join the City of Rockville 2021 MLK Jr. Virtual Celebration: Rockville’s 49th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration will take place from 12:00 – 1:30 pm on Monday, January 18th.  The celebration, with a theme of “In Courageous Pursuit of Victory,” will be conducted online via Webex. Visit www.rockvillemd.gov/mlk to learn how to join live. Those unable to join can view a recording on the webpage and on the… Read More »

City of Rockville Continues to Collect Christmas Trees

published: January 14th, 2021 by

Rockville is collecting Christmas trees as part of its regular recycling collection throughout the month of January.  The trees will be taken to the Montgomery County Recycling Center, where they will become mulch. The mulch at the recycling center is available year-round and can be picked up, for free, at 16105 Frederick Rd. Residents should place cut trees at the curb for pick-up on regular recycling days after removing all ornaments and metals, lighting wires, stands and decorations, including tinsel. Trees should not be bagged. Unwanted artificial trees should be dismantled and placed in the gray refuse cart for regular… Read More »

Snow Removal Reminder

published: December 18th, 2020 by

Management has received reports that some residents have not cleared their sidewalks from the recent snow/ice storm. This is a reminder that property owners and residents are responsible for removing snow and ice from their driveway aprons, their lead walk, and any and all sidewalks adjacent to their property. After a storm, property and business owners are expected to clear sidewalks within 24-72 hours of the last snowfall. City crews coordinate road clearing and sidewalk work depending on the severity of the storm. Accessible curb ramps, sidewalks, and pathways on publicly-owned property are cleared by crews from city departments. Sidewalks/Surfaces… Read More »


published: December 16th, 2020 by

It looks like the first snow event will occur today. Please remember, all King Farm homeowners are responsible for removing snow and ice from their driveway aprons, lead walks, and all sidewalks adjacent to their property within 24 hours after a snowfall of 3″ or less and within 48 hours after a snowfall of 3″ or more. Violators can be fined, so make sure you clear your sidewalks! [button]MORE INFO ABOUT SNOW[/button] Condominium owners and residents should contact their respective condominium association management companies. Apartment residents should contact the appropriate building management for questions or concerns about snow clearing and… Read More »