Important Announcements:

This information is sent out every Friday in the weekly e-mail bulletins. Below you can find important updates and announcements from
KFCA Management, President and the City of Rockville.  For COVID-19 information, please go to the COVID-19 Updates webpage.

Please check this page often to stay informed.

Association News

Friday, July 24th, 2020


Management Office Remains Closed – Open by Appointment Only

To protect the health and safety of the office staff and residents, The Management Office (Saddle Ridge Community Center) remains closed to residents.
We do not allow walk-ins. Please call or email to schedule an appointment. Thank you!

The Saddle Ridge Community Center Remains Closed:
The Community Center is CLOSED – activities or private rentals have
been canceled until further notice.

The Saddle Ridge Fitness Center:
The Fitness Center is CLOSED until further notice.

Key Fob Applications – Key Fob REQUIRED for Pool Access

As with the regular pool season, key fobs are still required to access the pool. When you arrive at the pool you will be asked to swipe your
key fob, provide your liability waiver (if you haven’t already done so), and check-in under your reservation time.

Please call or email Management to make an appointment if you require a key fob. If you make an appointment, you are required to wear a
mask during your appointment. When you arrive please ring the doorbell and a staff member will let you in.

**We do not accept walk-in appointments due to COVID-19. Appointments are required**

The Management Office is located at:
300 Saddle Ridge Circle, Rockville, MD 20850

Appointment Hours: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (Monday – Thursday)

For more information, please visit the King Farm website:
Under the ‘Resident Resources’ drop-down menu, click on “Key Fobs“.

Pool Reservations

Please Note: **The reservation website is SEPARATE from the FrontSteps resident portal and King Farm website.
You need to create an account with the reservation website (Pool is Open by Omnify) in order to book reservations at the pool.
If you are using the reservation website and it is not loading properly, please try to use another browser. Pop-up blockers and
certain browsers may not allow the website to operate properly.


Please cancel your reservation if you cannot attend or change your mind about attending! Be courteous to other residents
who are on the waitlist.

Please see below for step-by-step instructions on how to cancel reservations. These instructions are also on the King Farm website
AND they are in the confirmation email you receive once you book a reservation.

To Cancel a Reservation:

1. go to the reservation website:
2. In the upper right-hand corner, click log in (if you are not already logged in).
3. Then once you have logged in, hover your mouse over your name in the upper right-hand corner.
Then click view profile.
4. This will take you to your account page. On the left side, there is a menu, click my schedule and all booked
reservations will show up.
5. Find the reservation that you want to cancel and click details. Then click cancel booking.


Bailey’s Commons Capacity Update:
This is a reminder that the capacity for the Bailey’s Pool was decreased to 50 people per time block. The maximum number of
reservations per time block is 40 people. The capacity limit was decreased because the pool deck at Bailey’s is significantly smaller
than at the Saddle Ridge Pool and it was challenging to enforce social distancing.

COVID-19 Pool Rules Reminder – Please Click Here to View the Attached PDF
As a reminder, there are new pool rules in place for the 2020 Season in order to comply with County and State Guidelines.
The lifeguards enforce these rules and may use their discretion if they feel that anyone attending the pool is not following
social distancing protocol and/or needs to wear a face mask. If you plan on attending the pool this season, we ask that you
please treat the lifeguards with respect and follow the rules. We understand that these are challenging times; however, these
policies are for the betterment of the entire community and to ensure that everyone who attends can have a safe and enjoyable
experience.STAY 6 FEET AWAY FROM PEOPLE – who don’t live with you, both in and out of the water and avoid sharing items with
other people. Please be courteous to others and respect the social distancing guidelines. Social distancing is required with anyone
that is not in your immediate household.

MASKS REQUIRED – while outside the pool*

*A face mask is required when you enter/exit the facility/pool deck, enter/exit the showers, and anytime you walk around the pool
deck. Face masks are REQUIRED anytime that social distancing cannot be maintained.

The guards will use their discretion regarding safety at the pool and if they request that you need to wear a mask, then we expect
that everyone to comply with lifeguard instructions.

General Pool Rules Reminder
Please visit the King Farm website for detailed information regarding the KFCA Pools and Pool Rules. The General Pool Rules still
apply this season. We have highlighted a few of the rules below.General:

1.    Rules and procedures shall be enforced by the lifeguards on duty.

2.    The lifeguards retain the right to suspend or remove pool privileges of anyone who violates pool rules and procedures.
The decision of the lifeguards can be appealed to the General Manager, then to the President of the Assembly, and then to the
Board of Trustees.

3.    Proper respect and cooperation is due to the lifeguards, who are to provide for the safe and orderly operation of the pools.


1.    Alcoholic beverages are prohibited.

2.    Eating and drinking while in the water is prohibited.

3.    Those who bring food and drink are responsible for cleaning up.


1.    Radios, CD players, and other portable electronic devices may be played only with earphones, at a volume that does not disturb
others. All electronic devices on the pool deck must be battery powered.

2.    The pools may be closed at the discretion of the lifeguards at any time due to weather (heavy rain, thunder, lightning, etc.),
breakdown of equipment, operational defects, or other causes.

A Message From the City of Rockville

Rockville Skate Park Construction Project

Dear Rockville Community,

The Rockville Skate Park construction project will occur, weather permitting, through July 2020 and April 2021. Construction will occur
in the outdoor swimming parking lot. Project includes construction of skatepark that includes street and park elements, amenities, utilities
and parking lot reconfiguration. When visiting the Rockville Swim and Fitness Center follow the traffic control signs and designated parking
signage. As part of the Rockville Skate Park project, the city will construct an infiltration trench to treat stormwater runoff, between the two
athletic fields adjacent to the outdoor pool parking lots in Welsh Park.

Any questions, contact: Andrew Lett, Rockville Superintendent of Recreation, at 240-314-8627

King Farm Neighbors Village News

Events and Happenings:
During these hot summer days, the King Farm Neighbors Village (KFNV) has been providing opportunities for its members to connect with
each other. Specifically, just last evening, KFNV hosted a “cool” virtual Ice Cream/Dessert Social where participants enjoyed their favorite ice
cream/ dessert at home while chatting with other KFNV members via Zoom. Going forward in August, the KFNV will continue with these
activities commencing on August 13th with KFNV’s monthly Book Club in which the group will discuss Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine
and ending on August 19th with Coffee and Conversation.

For information about these events, to register for these events, or to become a KFNV member, please contact the  Member Coordinators
at, leave a  voicemail at (301) 799-8104, or view the KFNV website at

Other ways that the KFNV has been connecting with its members during these lazy, hazy days of summer are through its new enhanced
and user -friendly website and its Facebook group at:

The KFNV invites you to take a look at its website to keep up on KFNV activities and to become a member of its  Facebook group to stay
connected with  KFNV and other members.

The King Farm Neighbors Village Board of Directors News
The King Farm Neighbors Village (KFNV) is continuing to solicit individuals to serve as members of the Board of Directors. The Board is a
volunteer managing entity for the KFNV and works to develop, implement and sustain activities that support the KFNV mission to help King
Farm residents who would like to remain in their homes throughout their lives and age in place. The KFNV coordinates services such as
friendly visits, check-in phone calls, social events, health and safety events, and transportation.

Board members must be residents of King Farm and members of the KFNV. We are seeking individuals who are interested in the KFNV and
its mission, who have experience germane to serving on the KFNV Board and who are willing to commit a level of effort necessary to complete
the duties of a KFNV Board member. Term of service for Board members is two years, beginning at the Annual Meeting held in April of
each year.

If you are interested in joining the KFNV Board, please send a statement of interest and a brief bio to

COVID-19 Updates

Please go to the King Farm website to view the most up to date State, County, and City updates regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus).
For information about restaurants that are still open and providing carry-out and delivery, please go on to our website under
COVID-19 Updates.

STATE OF MARYLAND UPDATE: Governor Hogan Continues to Stress Vigilance In COVID-19 Fight, State
Superintendent Sets Guardrails for Schools to Reopen

Wednesday, July 22 – Governor Larry Hogan provided an update to Marylanders on the state’s ongoing COVID-19 response and
recovery, stressing the need for continued caution and vigilance. The governor was joined by Maryland State Department of Education
(MSDE) State Superintendent Dr. Karen Salmon, who announced that MSDE will extend flexibility to local school systems to determine
re-openings while instituting guardrails and protocols for in-person instruction.

“I want to make very clear to the people of Maryland again that this crisis is not over and your actions may help determine whether we see
a resurgence of the virus here in Maryland,” said Governor Hogan. “As we have from the beginning, we will continue to follow the advice of
our doctors and public health experts, and we will not hesitate to take statewide actions if and when we deem them to be necessary.”

To read the full press release, please click here.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY UPDATE: A Message from County Executive Marc Elrich
“It is difficult to watch the number of COVID-19 cases rise around the country and even elsewhere in Maryland. More than 40 states this
week saw an increase in reported cases. Here in Montgomery County, our cases are not increasing on a daily percentage basis as they are
in other places, but they also are not declining. So I urge you to continue to follow the guidelines that are making a difference: wear a face
covering (and make sure it covers your nose and mouth), maintain physical distance and wash your hands frequently.”

Resources and guidelines for reopening can be found on the County’s Reopening web page.
To read the full ‘Reopening Montgomery County‘ email bulletin please click here.

RCPD News Report: July 13, 2020 to July 19, 2020

Please click here to view the complete Rockville Police Report.

Remember to remove valuable items from your vehicle and lock your car doors every time. Consider adding lights with motion sensors
and/or some type of video surveillance as a deterrent for home break-ins.

Please be aware of your surroundings and practice common-sense safety measures.