If you’ve wondered what the inside of the new Rockville City Police Department headquarters looks like—but have never wanted to get “taken downtown”—now you have a good reason to visit.
The city will hold a grand opening of the new police station at 2 West Montgomery Avenue in Town Center on Oct. 20.
Click here to view an announcement on the city’s website.
There will be a dedication ceremony at 10 a.m., followed by an open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Parking will be available at City Hall or in the Town Center garages.
The new station combines the renovated 11,415-square-foot historic U.S. Post Office and a newly constructed 14,538-square-foot annex.
The station handles all police-related functions including:
- Landlord/tenant affairs.
- Code enforcement/community enhancement.
- The photo enforcement unit.
- Neighborhood services (animal control).
- The victim advocate program.
The department moved into its new home on Sept. 21.
People in need of police assistance or looking to pay a ticket or fine should visit the new headquarters, not City Hall.
All police phone numbers and email addresses will remain the same.
The department’s non-emergency line is 240-314-8900.