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Conversation with the City of Rockville Webinar Event

published: March 11th, 2022 by

Conversation with the City of Rockville Webinar Event – March 16th, 2022 King Farm Citizens Assembly (KFCA) President, Barry Jackson, and the External Affairs committee is hosting a virtual event called Conversation with the City at 8:00 PM on Wednesday, March 16th, 2022, following the King Farm Board of Trustees meeting. Representatives from the City of Rockville have been invited and will be attending the meeting. To attend, you must register in advance using the Zoom webinar registration link (https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-weXOBFeSNSitGDod1Jlcg) which can be found on the King Farm website (https://kingfarm.org/zoom-meeting-links/).  Please submit any questions in advance using the Zoom registration form or submit your… Read More »

KFCA ‘Petiquette’ Reminder

published: January 28th, 2022 by

Pet Policies and Reminders for Pet Owners  KFCA does not keep a record of household pets nor what pet owners are registered with the City’s off-leash permit. Therefore, the Assembly is limited in what it can do to control the behavior of pets and their owners. However, if the pet owner is identified, Management will send a notice. We would like to remind all pet owners to follow the KFCA Pet Policies and be courteous by picking up pet waste and ensuring that pets do not wander onto private property. For complaints regarding pets trespassing, if video footage is captured… Read More »

City of Rockville Yard Waste Collection Disruptions

published: December 14th, 2021 by

Staffing shortages continue to cause delays in weekly yard waste collections throughout the City of Rockville.  The City is working to bring staffing levels back to resume regularly scheduled collections. Place yard waste in biodegradable paper lawn bags or 32-gallon trash cans (weight must be less than 50 pounds), set it in a safe location at the curb and leave it there, so that crews can collect it as soon as possible, including collecting on Friday and Saturday. Do not remove yard waste if it has not been collected. Having yard waste at the curb will help crews assess collection needs and make plans to catch… Read More »

Community-Wide Inspections Reminder – Final Notices & Hearings

published: October 29th, 2021 by

As the current inspection cycle is winding down, we would like to thank all the homeowners and residents who have complied with the inspection findings. Your efforts keep the community looking good! For the homeowner and residents who have unresolved exterior maintenance items, there is still time to address the issues before final notices are sent. Final notices will be issued in the coming weeks and will include a scheduled hearing date. For homeowners that resolve outstanding items before the scheduled hearing date, then the hearing will be cancelled. Please notify Management (management@kingfarm.org) AT LEAST 1-2 business days prior to… Read More »

King Farm Sweep the Creek Clean-Up Event

published: October 13th, 2021 by

Come on out! A second 2021 Potomac River Watershed clean-up is taking place this fall. On Saturday, October 16th, a group of volunteers, working with the City of Rockville, will be removing litter from the Watts Branch streams that feed into Watkins Pond. WHEN: Saturday, October 16th, from 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, with bags and gloves provided. Due to the pandemic, The City requires pre-registration. To pre-register, please email Kate Gould with your volunteer waiver/registration form at kategould@me.com… Read More »

Tree Maintenance/Replacement Responsibility

published: September 24th, 2021 by

This is a reminder that most of the trees in the alley are located within the boundaries of the homeowner’s lot (even if they are outside the fence). Most lots extend beyond the fence and to the end at the alley drive lane. Refer to your settlement documents that were provided to you at the closing of your home. If you can’t locate that paperwork, you can view your property lines online through either the Rockville GIS website (http://rockvillemd.maps.arcgis.com) and clicking on the Parcel Information map or by visiting the State’s plats.net website. Once you determine your property boundaries, you… Read More »

Water Main Break Update – Tuesday, July 27th, 2021

published: July 27th, 2021 by

WSSC ROAD REPAIRS AND PARKING RESTRICTIONS – Wed. 7/28 to Thurs. 7/29 Management has identified WSSC NO PARKING signs in the curb strips on King Farm Blvd and Reserve Champion. It has come to our attention that WSSC paving contractors will perform road repairs on Reserve Champion Drive and part of King Farm Blvd. starting tomorrow, Wednesday, July 28th (weather permitting). The work is scheduled to occur Wednesday, July 28th through Thursday, July 29th. The signs indicate that towing will be enforced, so please ensure that vehicles parked in the areas identified with temporary no parking signs are moved to… Read More »

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

UPDATE Tuesday 6/29/2021 – STREET REPAIR ON RESERVE CHAMPION Unfortunately, WSSC did not provide notice to King Farm about the repairs taking place tomorrow, June 30th.  On June 29th, WSSC posted signs in the curb strips on Reserve Champion indicating that they would start the road repairs on Wednesday, June 30th starting at 7:00 am and ending on Thursday, July 1st at 5:00 pm. All vehicles must move by the indicated time or WSSC will tow. Contact WSSC at 301-206-9772 for more information or if your vehicle is towed. _______________________________________________________________________________________ UPDATE MONDAY 6/28/2021 – WATER MAIN REPAIR ON RESERVE CHAMPION… Read More »