Get your discounted Rockville Rewards Cards from Peerless today (September 14) in front of the Red Brick Courthouse (or right inside in case of rain) from 11:30-1:30!
Support Peerless Rockville and patronize local Rockville businesses! Buy a card, support local businesses and Peerless and save all year long almost 150 Rockville businesses. Flash Sale price of $15!
Mark your calendars for the Peerless Rockville Homes Tour coming Mother’s Day Weekend 2018! Join us on Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 1-5 pm for a homes tour along historic West Montgomery Avenue. Live in that area and want to show your home or garden off? Contact us add you to the tour!
Don’t live there but want to help? We need greeters, docents, runners, and house captains to help make this event a success. Contact Peerless to become a volunteer or consider becoming a sponsor.
Peerless Rockville will be closed August 29 – September 1 for a staff retreat. The office will also be closed for Labor Day on Monday. We’ll re-open on Tuesday, September 4!
Our website was down due to technical difficulties, so we’ve extended the nomination deadline to Friday, August 4! You have more time to tell us about your impressive project…
Peerless Rockville wants to showcase improvements to our neighborhoods and celebrate homeowners, businesses, and organizations for their hard work and dedication! We’ll celebrate these great additions to Rockville at our 38th Annual Awards program this November – but we can’t honor what we don’t know about. Help us out by nominating worthy projects!
Have you completed a renovation, restoration, or other home improvement project? Know someone who has? We also recognize landscape design, public art, and educational endeavors. Let us know!
Visit our nominations page to learn more about eligible projects. View the nomination form here.
See past winners from 2014, 2015, and 2016.
Nominations due by August 4.
The Confederate Statue in its current location.
The controversial Confederate Veterans monument currently situated on the east lawn of the Red Brick Courthouse will soon be moving to a new home. The monument has been in its present site since 1971 (and was formerly located in the Rockville downtown from 1913).
Ownership of the monument has been transferred to White’s Ferry, Inc., a company that ferries vehicles between White’s Ferry, Montgomery County and the Virginia side of the Potomac River. Ferry operations there date back to 1782.
Montgomery County has contracted with a private consultant to relocate the granite and bronze monument. Peerless has learned that the move from Rockville to private property at White’s Ferry is scheduled for this weekend.