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Rich with history and scenic views, Rockville, Maryland dates back to colonial times and is one of the oldest towns in the country. Over the years, Rockville has gone by many names, but was officially dubbed 'Rockville' following the Revolutionary War. With humble beginnings as a sleepy town close to Rock Creek, Rockville exploded in the late 1800s as a result of the railroad depot. The city has since expanded to comprise a cosmopolitan citizenry of more than 60,000.

Rockville residents enjoy phenomenal public schools, fantastic real estate options, and a charming local atmosphere that welcomes visitors and residents of all ages and backgrounds. Enjoy finding your home in this close-knit and friendly community. Once you visit, you'll want to come back again and again. 

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Why Do Residents Choose Rockville?


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Things To Do

The nexus for shopping, dining and more in Rockville, Maryland is the Rockville Town Square section of town. This mixed use space is home to apartments, retail shopping, restaurants, the city library and the Rockville Arts and Innovation Center.

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Parks & Recreation

Marylanders love their outdoor space and Rockville’s Parks and Recreation Department is committed to delivering every opportunity to enjoy the city parks and open spaces. The city is home to 1,000 acres of parkland along with community centers, a fitness center, golf courses, senior facilities and more.

Based on the vitality of the city’s park system, both Money Magazine and Family Circle’s Top 10 lists tapped the town as one of the premier places to live in the United States. The town is proud of the fact that every resident in Rockville is within a short walk to a nearby city park.

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Public Education

The Montgomery County School District sees to the educational needs of the town and is the largest in Maryland with more than 150,000 students. They sponsor innovative educational programs that have been nationally recognized for the high caliber of graduates they produce.

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Employment

Its close proximity to Washington D.C. makes Rockville an excellent place to live if you work in the capital and the Federal government draws heavily from the area when it comes to recruitment. Additionally, several national biomedical companies call Rockville, Maryland their corporate home, including Adventist Health Care, the American Kidney Fund, Goodwill Industries and Westat.

The top three employers in the city include Montgomery County, Montgomery County School District, and Lockheed Martin. For those looking to relocate to the east coast, the Rockville, Maryland real estate market is highly sought after for its mix of old charm and modern conveniences.

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Healthcare

The area is very well served by a health care system that features some of the most renowned health care facilities in the nation, from Johns Hopkins Hospital to Shady Grove Adventist Hospitalin Rockville, Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, as well as Suburban Hospital and the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, both located in nearby Bethesda.

The Washington Metro Red Line, which has a station in Rockville, provides ready access to the city.


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Rockville at a Glance

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Quick Facts

Population: 44,965
Growth Since 2000: +1.75%
Zip Codes: 20847, 20848, 20849, 20850, 20851, 20852, 20853, 20854, 20857, 20877
County: Montgomery
Mean Home Price: $800,000

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Travel Times

Washington DC: 12.8 mi
Bethesda: 7.8 mi
Airports: Ronald Reagan Washington National (DCA), Dulles International (IAD), Baltimore-Washington (BWI)
Major Roads:  I-495, I-270, Route 200, Route 28, Rockville Pike, Old Georgetown Rd, Veirs Mill Rd


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