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2040 Master Plan UPDATE
Rockville Needs to Hear from You!
Rockville 2040 is the process to update the 2002 Comprehensive Master Plan. It involves a community conversation on the future of the city. The process will result in updated policies on land use, the environment, transportation, community facilities, parks, housing, historic preservation, economic development, and water resources that anticipate the next twenty years in Rockville. We encourage you to get involved and give us your comments!
The same information was discussed at each meeting with maps, charts and displays illustrating topics and concepts for each element of the emerging draft plan.
Visit the Meeting Results and Materials page to view a selection of the displays available at each open house.
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Learn More About the Master Plan Update and Get Involved
- Find out where we are in the update process (PDF)
- Read the 2002 Comprehensive Master Plan (CMP) chapters and its related plans.
- Review the results and meeting materials from past public meetings
- Add your voice to the conversation. Send comments online to the Rockville 2040 team with your thoughts on Rockville's future.
- Send comments or questions on the CMP and/or its associated neighborhood plans with your full name and address:
- By email
- By mail:
Long Range Planning Division
Community Planning and Development Services
111 Maryland Avenue
Rockville, MD 20850
Read community input received so far
View materials and results from past citywide forums, listening sessions, and the project kick-off meeting on the Meeting Results and Materials page.
Trends Reports provide context for Rockville 2040 Master Plan Update
To understand conditions in the city as they stand today, city departments are preparing trends reports in several key topic areas that will inform the Master Plan Update. Topic areas include Community Facilities, Economy, Environment, Historic Preservation, Housing, Land Use, and Transportation. Comments are welcome and will be appended to the final reports.