Hometown to the World

Regarded as one of America’s leading small cities to work and live in, Rockville is a vibrant, and business-friendly home to some of the world’s most prominent biomed and technology companies. It’s a city that remembers its commitment to public service, to the planet, and to its neighborhoods and residents. Rockville is a welcoming place—where the community is valued and their differences are celebrated.

Named the seat of Montgomery County in 1776

Ranked among the “Top 100 Best Places To Live”

Walkable distance from the Rockville Metro station

One-third of Rockville residents are foreign born

World-class amenities at Rockville’s Town Center


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Rockville Town Square

A place where you can gather, work and play. Rockville's Town Square is a dynamic and thriving neighborhood that features fantastic amenities, unique locally owned shops and restaurants, pedestrian-friendly paths, and a center fountain. Enjoy the winter ice rink or dance on the rooftops–you’re just two blocks from the Rockville Metro and close to I-270.

F. Scott Fitzgerald Theater

The F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre is a 446-seat facility for the performing arts, home to Rockville Musical Theatre, Rockville Little Theatre, Rockville Civic Ballet, and Victorian Lyric Opera Company. Operated as a rental venue for both public and private events, it’s located in Rockville Civic Center Park in the heart of Rockville.

Croydon Creek Nature Center

The Croydon Creek Nature Center (CCNC) is just a short distance from downtown Rockville. Nestled on 120 acres of woods, open meadows and a winding creek—the Nature Center presents a world of discovery through informative programs and the exploration of an urban forest. There is no cost to visit the nature center, however there are fees associated with some programs.

    Rock Creek Regional Park

    Visitors can meander along 13 miles of trails, go picnicking, fishing, or boating while viewing the many species of resident wildlife. And while in the park, stop by for some zip lining fun at the Treetop Adventure & Treetop Junior courses—guaranteed to deliver laughter, smiles and a sense of accomplishment.

    More Great Reasons

    • Top-rated Montgomery County Public School system
    • At least 138 languages spoken in homes across the area
    • A commitment to sustainability and environmental goals
    • Easy access to Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, including three airports and the Metro system

    One aspect of life in Rockville that we are proud of is the wide range of cultural and recreational opportunities available in our community.

    Bridget Donnell Newton, Rockville Mayor

    Rockville Hot Spots


    With a history of leading the nation in diversity and innovation, Rockville is destined to become your company’s new home.