City of Rockville:
King Farm Citizens Assembly works closely with the City of Rockville. Management receives common questions regarding issues within the community
that the City is responsible for. The City of Rockville is responsible for maintaining and operating all public open space and public parks, maintaining
and replacing public streets and rights of way, snow removal on public streets, maintaining, and operating and replacing stormwater management facilities.
Please see below for contact information:
General Information – 240-314-5000
Mayor & Council Office – 240-314-8280
City Manager – 240-314-8100
The City of Rockville issues parking permits for City streets throughout King Farm and enforces parking violations, handles resident complaints (regarding parking), and conducts inspections for parking violations.
Street parking requires parking permits and specific parking lots in the community also require parking permits. The KFCA Staff will continue to work with residents to filter complaints regarding parking violations to the City, but ultimately is the residents’ responsibility to report and respond to violations to the City.
Complaints: call 240-314-8900
- Please click here to see a list of City Permit Parking Streets in King Farm.
- More information about parking can be found on the Parking page under Resident Resources.
Department of Parks and Recreation:
The Department of Recreation and Parks is responsible for caring and maintaining 65 parks, 3community centers, and multiple facilities. The 2 parks located within King Farm (Mattie JT Stepanek and King Farm Park) are the responsibility of The City of Rockville Recreation and Parks Department.
If you have questions or concerns regarding the parks, please contact:
Code Enforcement Division:
Some examples of violations include:
- Trash and waste accumulation
- An infestation of pests/rodents
- Oversized vehicles
- Snow removal from public sidewalks
- Unregistered vehicles
RCPD – Rockville City Police Department:
If you have a crime or concern to report, you can call the RCPD at:
Emergency: 9-1-1 or 301-340-7300
TTY – 240-314-8909
Animal Control – 240-314-8900
Address: 2 West Montgomery Ave, Rockville, MD 20850
The RCPD provides many services. Please file a report on any of the below issues:
- Abandoned Vehicle
- Stray or Dead Animal
- Suspicious Activity
- Code Violation
- Parking Enforcement
The RockView Program:
This program allows RCPD to quickly identify security cameras that may have captured criminal activity when a crime is reported nearby and can help keep you and your community safer.
If you have a home video security system (Ring, Nest, etc.), you can register your camera with Rockville City Police.
Registration in the RockView Program is voluntary, free, and does not enable law enforcement to view camera footage without an owner’s permission. However, the RockView program will allow city police to quickly identify security cameras that may have captured criminal activity when a crime is reported nearby. Once a camera is identified, police will contact the owner and ask if they would examine the date and time in question for potential leads in the investigation. The owner may accept or deny the request for assistance. If the owner accepts, and their equipment captured pertinent information, police would arrange a convenient way to retrieve the information.
Information provided to the RCPD about camera systems will be for official police use only. Owners’ personal information will not be distributed except as required by law or court order. Information submitted may be disclosed if requested per the Maryland Public Information Act.
Trash and Recycling:
Rockville provides once-per-week curbside recycling, trash, and yard waste collections. Please see our Trash page under Resident Resources for more information.
Monday – Thursday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Rockville provides special bulk waste collections by appointment only. Alternatively, you can drop off bulk waste at the Montgomery County Transfer Station. Please contact Recycling & Refuse to schedule bulk waste pick up.
*Bulk waste collections are for large waste that does not fit into carts, such as a couch or desk.
These items are NOT accepted as bulk waste:
- No gasoline
- No tires
- No concrete footings on fencing, swings
- No cinder blocks, bricks, broken concrete, large rocks
- No sod, soil, old mulch (place in refuse cart)
- No plastic furniture/toys (place in recycling cart)
- No bamboo (place in yard waste)
If you need to report a noise complaint, Montgomery County and the City of Rockville have noise ordinances.
Phone: 311 or 240-777-0311; 240-314-8330
The Montgomery County Noise Control Law
is Chapter 31B of the County Code. The Noise Control Law promotes a more restful, pleasant environment throughout the County by establishing common-sense guidelines for residents and businesses. It also provides remedies, including corrective orders, fines, and criminal penalties.
Many noise problems can be resolved through the same methods used to solve other disputes. Tactful person-to-person communication is a good way to start.
Each of us can play a part in reducing noise levels and being a good neighbor:
- Monitor the volume of televisions, radios, and other sound-producing equipment, especially during “quiet hours.” Pay particular attention to bass controls.
- Avoid using power tools in your home, garage, or outdoors during “quiet hours.”
- Check central and window air conditioning units periodically to ensure that they are operating as quietly as possible.
- Take good care of pets. Dogs left outside all day are likely to bark and disturb neighbors at home.
- Make sure your family and guests comply with “quiet hours.”
- In multi-tenant settings, avoid performing noisy domestic activities, like operating appliances and exercise equipment or moving furniture during “quiet hours.”
Department of Public Works:
- Rockville Public Works Emergency – 240-314-8567
- WSSC Emergency – 301-206-4002
The Department of Public Works is responsible for the following services:
- Engineering services
- Environmental services
- Streets, sidewalks, and right-of-way
- Stormwater management
- Traffic and transportation
- Recycling and refuse collection
- Snow and ice control
- Water and sewer
REPORT A CONCERN:
If you are experiencing a water, sewer or stormwater problem, including discolored water or a leak, contact the 24-hour emergency line at 240-314-8567.