Neighborhood News

Better Block Flyer: Volunteer

September 2018 Echo Now Available

The September 2018 Echo is available for download.

Better Block Flyer: Festival

Better Block Flyer: Build. Paint. Fabricate.

See the Better Block Festival Concept Plan!

Based on feedback from the community and local business owners, the Better Block Foundation has finalized the concept plan for our placemaking festival. See image below or click here to download the full version.

Better Block Survey Results

Earlier this year, Better Block and Montgomery County Planning conducted a survey to determine what features and amenities people appreciate most in the Randolph Hills Shopping Center and in our area in general.  100 people participated.  See results below or click here to download.

Better Block Festival

From October 11th through 14th, the Randolph Hills Shopping Center is going to be the site of a “placemaking event” organized by Better Block Foundation, Montgomery County Planning Department, and the Randolph Civic Association. This will be an opportunity to re-imagine what the shopping center could be though community engagement, ideas, and participation.  Culminating in a two day festival featuring food vendors, kids activities, and live music, it is sure to be a lively event and an exciting opportunity for RCA-land!


WHERE Randolph Hills Shopping Center
4900 Boiling Brook Pkwy, Rockville, MD 20852

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Summer Echo now available

The Summer 2018 Echo is available for download.

Post your Better Block Ideas on the “Morris Column”

Randolph Hills now has its very own “Morris Column”.  It was constructed during the Better Block kickoff event on May 30th.  If you have any ideas for the Better Block project or any other community focused information, feel free to post it here!

Illegal Dumping in Randolph Hills

There have been multiple instances of large scale trash dumping at the corner of Boiling Brook Parkway and Ashley Drive.

If you happen to witness dumping or suspicious behavior in this area, do not approach the suspects. Please call the Montgomery County Police Non-Emergency line immediately at 301-279-8000 to report it with a description of the suspects and their vehicle if possible. If caught, illegal dumpers are subject to a minimum $500 civil fine and possible criminal prosecution.