The Mid-County Regional Service Center (RSC) serves a population of approximately 220,000 individuals and businesses in an area that extends from the Beltway to Howard County and includes such communities as Ashton, Aspen Hill, Brookeville, Capital View, Derwood, Forest Glen, Glenmont, Kemp Mill, Kensington, Layhill, Norbeck, Olney, Sandy Spring, Upper Rock Creek, and Wheaton.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

April 10, 2015

  • Montgomery County Recreation | Summer Camps Registration Now Open!  To learn more click here.
  • Montgomery County is on the MOVE with the Expansion of the MOVE PROGRAM to learn more click here.
  • Maryland Has A Renters' Tax Credits Program renters have until September 1st 2015 of the year in which the credit is sought to apply.  For more information click here.
  •  More Jobs, A Bigger Tax Base, More Transportation Options:  Get the Facts on Montgomery's Independent Transit Authority to learn more click here.
  • Special Winter Edition of Go Montgomery! Now Available to learn more click here.
  • Montgomery County Launches "Young Montgomery" Television Show- This half-hour Cable Television Show is geared to highlight the accomplishments and activities of the County's youth population.  To learn more click here.
  • Three Term Council member Nancy Dacek Dies former colleagues recall their memories of this dedicated public servant in video.  County Executive Leggett's statement on her passing can be found here.
  • Update on the Fire Department's Home Safety Initiatives for Seniors-To request a free home safety evaluation and smoke alarm check-up, the Fire Department's "Senior Hotline" is 240-777-2430 or click here.
  • Registration for Recreation's Summer Camps and Programs Is Now Open to view camps and programs guide click here.
  • Department of Environmental Protection 'Storm Drain Art Contest' to learn more click here.
  • Montgomery County Executive Ike Legget hosted the Mid-County Budget Forum at the Mid-County Community Recreation Center.  To learn more click here.
  • County Executive Ike Leggett was elected as president of the Maryland Association of Counties.  Click here to read his remarks.
  • New Ride On Service Improvements For a complete list of all 25 routes affected please click here.
  • New Real Time Bus Stop Sign Being Tested at Veirs Mill and Randolph Road to learn more click here.
  • Residents throughout Montgomery County Reminded of Slide in Trash/Recycling Schedules.  Residents with County-provided trash and recycling collection service are reminded that due to the inclement weather in the area their items will be picked up one day later throughout the rest of the week.  For more information visit website and residents with questions about their service should call 311.
  • Detectives from the Montgomery County Police Department - Financial Crimes Section
    want to again remind residents of a telephone scam that has been reported throughout the county.   To gain more information please visit website.
  • Remember to Clear Sidewalks of Ice & Snow and Check In With Neighbors 
    Montgomery County Executive Leggett reminds residents they are required by law to clear sidewalks in front of, and alongside, their properties within 24 hours of the end of a snowstorm--for more information, please click here.
  • Interested in running for the Montgomery County Board of Education?
    Districts 2, 4, and At-Large may file a Certificate of Candidacy with the Montgomery County Board of Elections please contact Brian McKevitt at 240-777-8502.
  • Office of Consumer Protection Advises Consumers to Choose Charities 
    & Donate Carefully for more information click here or call 240-777-3636
  • BAN THE BOX OUTREACH -  "Ban the Box," or the Fair Criminal Record Screening Standards Law, assists in the successful reintegration into the workforce people with criminal records by removing improper barriers to employment.  Ban the Box FAQ.
  • Pepco Prepared for Cold Weather Payment Resources Available to Customers click here.
  • Inaugural Remarks by County Executive Isiah Leggett Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, MD.  Please click here to view the speech and to watch the ceremony please click here.
  • Leggett Announces Release of FY16 Community Collaboration Grants Application and New Grants Portal.  For more information please email click here. or visit the Grants Portal.
  • NEW COUNTY COUNCIL OFFICERS - George Leventhal was unanimously selected as the new president of the Montgomery County Council on Dec. 2. Nancy Floreen was unanimously selected as vice president. They will serve one-year terms.Watch video of remark by Council President.  View remarks from Council President
  • Noyes Library for Young Children in Kensington is excited to announce expanded hours! They are now open Wednesdays from 1-8 p.m. For more information click here.
  • Leggett Hails News of County's Triple-A Bond Rating; County Among Best in Nation for Fiscal Responsibility to read newsletter please use this link.
  • Leggett, StonebridgeCarras and Bozzuto Announce Agreement for Redevelopment of Downtown Wheaton; to read newsletter pleases use this link.
  • FREE TRANSPORTATION TO SENIOR CENTERS, County Seniors Have a Free Ride to Fun, Fellowship, Activity check out the video
  • DISCOVER WHAT 7 MILLION TOURISTS SEE IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY - Visit Montgomery County promotes new website and county-wide events calendar use this link.
  • VISIT MONTGOMERY LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE AND NAME CHANGE for more information please visit website.
  • BILINGUAL VOTERS NEEDED TO SERVE AT THE POLLS -, or e-mail Dr. Gilberto Zelaya
  • Montgomery County Recruiting Voters to Work at the Polls on Election Day for more information, visit , call 240-777-VOTE.
  • MID-COUNTY REGIONAL CENTER announces New Website & Toolkit The Mid-County Regional Center is happy to announce an updated website with information for residents, businesses and organizations in Mid-County.  One new feature of the website is the creation of the new updated Mid -County Community Toolkit.The toolkit is meant to assist residents in working towards starting, improving, and growing civic associations, which are important forums for county residents to address matters within their communities.
  • ATTENTION ALL HOME OWNER ASSOCIATIONS - the Mid-County Regional Center is updating its contact information for all Home Owner Associations in Mid-County. Please call at 240-777-8104 to update your HOA's information. 
  • Libraries and Schools Partner With Ride On to Sell SmarTrip Cards; Kids Ride Free Expanded use this link for more information.
  • MONTGOMERY COUNTY TO HOLD VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVES AT PUBLIC LIBRARIES: Saturday, September 6: Aspen Hill Library, 4407 Aspen Hill Rd, Kensington Park Library, 4201 Knowles Avenue, Kensington MD 
  • Montgomery County's Fall Guide for Recreation and Parks Programs Now Available. Use this link.

April Meetings 2015
  • April 6th CAFE Financial Capability Symposium for more information click here.
March Meetings 2015
February Meetings 2015
  • February 20th MONTGOMERY COLLEGE Presented-  The Twenty-Third Anniversary Peace Agreement in El Salvador for more information please email.
  • February 24th Maryland & Montgomery County Historic Preservation Tax Credits Workshop.  For more information click here.
  • February 24th Residents were invited to participate in a Live On-Line "virtual" Town Hall Meeting with the County Executive Ike Leggett.  For more information, call the Office of Public Information at 240-777-6507.
  • February 25th Montgomery County Recreation"Virtual Outreach Blitz"Open House Enrollment Informational Session to learn email contact: Kim Sanders-Brown.
  • February 26th MONTGOMERY COLLEGE EVENT:  FAFSA, Maryland Goal Sunday to learn more please call: 240-567-7339.
  • February 12th MCPS Parent Academy Talk Co-sponsored by  Parent Encouragement Program (PEP) Free Workshop to learn more click here.
  • February 13th Join this Week's "Ask the Expert" Facebook Forum on Teen Dating Violence Prevention to learn more click here.
  • February 15th Sign Up Deadline for Affordable Care Act Health Coverage Ends February 15; Extended Hours During Final Week to learn more click here.
  • February 18th Montgomery County Energy Summit to learn more click here.
  • February 11th Open House Enrollment Informational Session This informational session  shared information about the Enrollment Process, Placement Testing and the Financial Aid Process.  For more information contact: Terre Thomas.  
  •  February 9th Catholic Charities very excited to offer Beginner's Computer Class in Spanish! For more information please call: 301-942-1790
  • February 8th MONTGOMERY COLLEGE EVENTS FAFSA, Maryland Goal Sunday!  TP/SS CAMPUS  for more information please call: 240-567-3935
  • February 5th Montgomery College Hosting Three Events for Prospective Students to learn more click here.
  • February 3rd Public Hearings for Aspen Hill Minor Master Plan - Council public hearing; 7:30pm to learn more click here.
  • February 2nd Public Hearings for Sandy Spring Rural Village Plan-  PHED work session 2:00pm to learn more click here.
January Meetings 2015
  • January 31st Health Coverage at Health Connect Now to learn more click here.
  • January 31st Kensington Historic Buildings Workshop: Warner Circle / Kensington Cabin / Noyes Library.  The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission is working with Kensington citizens to activate and enhance three of the community's historic buildings.
  • January 31, 2015 MARYLAND FREEDOM CONFERENCE DON'T REACT - RESPOND!  To learn more click here.
  • January 22th Hispanic Chamber of Congress Montgomery County QuickBooks & Business Seminar! to learn more click here.
  • January 24th Montgomery College Citizenship Program, through Catholic Charities Immigration Legal Services-Free Citizenship Workshop.  to learn more click here.
  • January 25th Montgomery County Commission for Women 2015 35th Anniversary (Women's Legislative Briefing). For more information please call 240-777-8302
  •  January 26th Special Pro-Bono Immigrant Juvenile Status training on: Representation of Unaccompanied Minors. 
  • Jan. 27th Faith Community Working Group Upcoming Event: Honoring Religious Diversity in Montgomery County.  For more information click here.
  • January 28th Community Action Board, in partnership with the City of Gaithersburg, are hosting Raise Your Voice! For more information click here.
  • January 22 - Council public hearing; 7:30pm Spring Rural Village Plan to learn more click here.
  •  January 20th 1-4pm Montgomery College Child Grow & Development Class Registration to learn more call 240-777-4959 .
  • January 20 - Council public hearing; 7:30pmSandy Spring Rural Village Plan to learn more click here.
  • January 21, 2015 10am-2pm-Montgomery College Information Technology Open House to learn more click here.
  • January 15th Board Members of Montgomery Sister Cities Annual Meeting.
  • January 13th Gilchrist Center's Winter '15 Classes English as a Second Language - ESL (Beginning & Intermediate levels). To learn more click here.
  • January 10th Gilchrist Center's Winter '15 Classes Basic Computers I & II. To find out more click here.

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