Rockville, Maryland is the seat of Montgomery County, offering a vibrant downtown, plenty of recreational opportunities, a variety of annual celebrations and easy access to Washington, D.C.
Rockville Town Center is a welcoming and vibrant amenity in the heart of Rockville. The pedestrian-friendly streets and plaza, many restaurants and stores, Rockville Library and VisArts Center with its rooftop deck make Town Square a lively attraction.
The City of Rockville is home to its own ballet company, chorus, band and youth orchestra. In addition, Rockville offers annual events, farmers markets, parks, nature climbing gym, theatre and more to choose from throughout the year.
The City of Rockville is among the largest cities in Maryland and is the county seat of Montgomery County. It occupies 13.03 square miles within the metropolitan Washington, D.C., area and is located 12 miles northwest of the nation’s capital. A major portion of the prestigious Interstate 270 corridor is within the City’s corporate limits. Money Magazine ranked Rockville No. 66 in its 2008 list of “Best Places to Live in the United States.”
Rockville is served by three international airports, Amtrak, MARC, Metro rail, Metro bus and Ride On.
Montgomery County is located next to Washington, D.C., and is home to diverse cultures, rich history, world-class shopping and dining, and plenty to see and do.
In addition to many nearby golf courses, the City is home to its own 18-hole, par-71 course.