Category archives for: Montgomery Life

Blizzard Update Postponed Due to Snow


Yes, you heard that right. We were supposed to receive an update about the performance of the Department of Transportation but, because of inclement weather, it has been postponed. The update was set to be delivered to the Montgomery County Council, but because of the snow fall it will not happen until March.

Water Safety Day


Gaithersburg and Rockville will be holding a Water Safety Day to help residents learn about being safe while swimming in the water.  Read More >>

Library Card Sign Up Month


This September, Montgomery County Public Libraries is encouraging non-members to sign up and get a library card.  Locations are listed here.

Register for Bike to Work Today


Washington Area Bicyclist Association invites people to sign up to bike to work on May 17.  Read More >>

DOT Seeks Residents Help


A new brochure recently published by the Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT), called “Community Outreach Meeting Guide 2013” lists eight main resident advisory groups that advise the department and the dates and times they meet. The committees bring issues to the attention of MCDOT and advise staff of community concerns and priorities. The brochure [...]

Community Meeting on Health and Wellness


Montgomery County Recreation has rescheduled the Senior Strategy Planning public meeting that was previously scheduled for March 6 but canceled due to inclement weather. The meeting will now be held on Wednesday, March 20, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver and Sargent Shriver Aquatic Center, 5900 Executive Boulevard, North Bethesda. Residents [...]

Japan Fair at Bauer Drive


Montgomery County Recreation and Sakura Educational Exchange USA will co-host a student-presented “Japan Fair” on Saturday, March 23, from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Bauer Drive Community Center, 14625 Bauer Drive, Rockville. The free annual event is presented by students from Yokohama Hayato High School in Yokohama, Japan who will demonstrate and teach various [...]

H20 Summit


The Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection and the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission are sponsoring a free H2O Summit on Saturday, March 16 to educate participants about how their actions affect local streams and rivers and how they can get involved in protecting drinking water. The event will be held at the Activity Center at [...]

Input on Future Health Wanted


To help Montgomery County Recreation develop a three-year plan to enhance and improve recreational programs for older adults that promote their overall health and wellness, the public is invited to attend a community meeting on Wednesday, March 6, to share their suggestions, thoughts and ideas about the types of recreational and wellness programs they would [...]

Rainscapes Reward Rebates Available


The Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) RainScapes Rewards program has increased its rebate limits to $2,500 for residential properties and $10,000 for institutional, homeowner association common areas and commercial properties. Residents currently working on a project will be eligible for the higher level rebate. Residents who have already completed a project may be [...]

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