The next meeting will be on June 9th at 7:30 PM in the Pump House at 401 South Horners Lane.
General ERCA Information
If you cannot attend please email us your thoughts by clicking the "email ERCA" link on this page.The subdivisions of East Rockville are Burgandy Hills, Burgundy Knolls, Burgundy Village, Croydon Park, England’s Second Addition, Harriet Park, Janeta, Maryvale, Redgate Farms, and Rockville Park. Do I live in East Rockville? Follow this link for a map.The East Rockville Civic Association (ERCA) was established in 1981 to represent the ten subdivisions of East Rockville. Our purpose is to provide members of this community with a voice on matters that impact our neighborhood. For nearly twenty years, ERCA has been working for our community.When We MeetWe meet every second Tuesday of the month at 7:30 in the Pump House at 401 South Horners Lane. If you would like to know more about ERCA please send an email to email@example.com You can also SUBSCRIBE to this site by entering your email in the box at the very bottom of this page. This will get you automatic email updates when changes are made to this site.Thank you for visiting.
ERCA's Officers and Email
President - Suzan Pitman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President - Chas Hausheer, email@example.com
Vice President - Chas Hausheer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have an issue with the Rockville Metro station?
Address all issues and questions about the Rockville Metro Station by sending an email to both email@example.com and HCordero@rockvillemd.gov
Monday, May 25, 2015
Motorists Should Plan Extra Travel Time During Construction
(May 19, 2015) –The Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration (SHA) is continuing work on a $ 2.1 million safety and resurfacing project onMD 28 (East Jefferson Street/Veirs Mill Road) between Monroe Street and MD 911 (First Street) and on MD 355 (Rockville Pike) between MD 28 and MD 911 in Rockville, Montgomery County. Weather permitting; the project should be complete by the end of the year. SHA’s contractor performed limited work during winter and is resuming construction with warmer temperatures.
In addition to resurfacing nearly a half mile of pavement on both MD 28 and MD 355, the project includes:
• Upgrading the traffic signal at the MD 355/Dodge Street intersection with light emitting diode (LED) signals;
• Replacing and repairing sidewalk and driveways for Americans With Disability Act (ADA) compliance along MD 28 and MD 355;
• Installing new concrete curb along MD 28 and MD 355 ; and
• Cleaning and repairing roadway drainage inlets on MD 28 and MD 355.
To complete the work, crews are permitted to temporarily close traffic lanes in both directions on MD 28 and MD 355 on the following days and times:
• MD 28— Sundays through Thursdays, single-lane closures from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and overnight from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
• MD 355—Sundays through Thursdays, single-lane closures from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and two lanes overnight from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
SHA asks for your patience throughout all phases of construction. Residents and travelers are advised that equipment used for construction can be loud and disruptive.
In addition to this project, drivers may also encounter mobile or short-term work zones. Click here for a listing of major SHA projects in Maryland. Always expect the unexpected, pay extra close
attention and drive slowly through any work zone. Whether it’s a tree trimming operation or a bridge project, be aware when orange is there: Think Orange (the color of construction equipment and
signs), stay alert and slow down. Everyone is at risk.
In four out of five work zone-related crashes, it is the driver or passenger who is injured or killed. In 2014, nine people lost their lives in Maryland work zone crashes, including four highway workers.
While SHA and its transportation partners work hard to keep traffic safely moving in work zones, please partner with us because work zone safety is everyone’s business – slow down and stay alert.
Safer driving. Safer work zones. For everyone.
Christopher S. Bishop
District 3 Community Liaison (Prince George's & Montgomery Counties)
Maryland State Highway Administration
9300 Kenilworth Avenue
Greenbelt, MD 20770
Sunday, May 24, 2015
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Friday, July 11, 2014
Attention all East Rockville parents: A new Facebook group has been created for parents of young children in the East Rockville neighborhood. The page will serve as a place to share news, ask questions, and coordinate occasional gatherings (we're also open to other suggestions for this group). A few parents from the area have noted a lack of interactive online places where families with young kids could interact - so here it is. If you're interested in joining the group, please search Maryvale Park Area Families on Facebook. Please feel free to invite others you know.
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ERCA Documents and Links.
Other Useful Links
- Animal Exchange
- City of Rockville
- Engage Rockville
- LinkedIn: Rockville Connection
- Other Community and Civic Groups
- Peerless Rockville
- Rockville Bike Hub
- Rockville Neighborhood Resource Division News
- Rockville Patch
- Rockville Pike Plan
- Rockville Reports
- Science Cafe, Rockville, at Branded 72
- Sign up for Rockville News and Announcements By Email
- Twinbrook Civic Association
- Welcome to Rockville New Residents
- West End Citizen's Association
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