P.O. Box 95
Barnesville, MD 20838
Mayor: Luke Fedders
Town Clerk: Lisa Fedders
Meets at 7:30 p.m. the third Monday of the month.
Commissioners: Michael Acierno, Katherine W. Farquhar and Suzanne Daley (election each May)
Clerk: Diane Teague
Treasurer: Susan L. Johnson
Academy Business Manager: Andrea Scanlon
Founded in 1794, Brookeville was designated a historic district in 1986. The incorporated town, two miles north of Olney, is run by a three-person commission.
Meets at 8 p.m. the second Monday of each month at The Brookeville Academy, 5 High St.
Town manager: Jana S. Coe
Chevy Chase View is an incorporated town of 311 homes and a population of 920 in the Kensington ZIP code, according to the 2010 census. Its boundaries include portions of Cedar Lane and Summit Avenue, Connecticut Avenue extending from Saul Road to Franklin Street and Everett Street as it dead-ends into Kensington Parkway. A five-member council governs the town. Town Council members are Coral Bell, Peter Marks, Ron Sherrow, David Albright and Jana Coe. Town meetings take place the third Wednesday of the month, except in August, at Christ Episcopal Church, 4001 Franklin St., Kensington.
5906 Connecticut Ave.
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
Village manager: Shana Davis-Cook
Chevy Chase Village has 1,953 residents, according to the 2010 census, and its boundaries are Western and Wisconsin avenues and Bradley Lane. A seven-member Board of Managers governs the village, including Patricia Baptiste, Michael L. Denger, Richard Ruda, Gary Crockett and David L. Winstead, Elissa Leonard and Robert C. Goodwin, Jr.. The board meets the second Monday of the month, except in August, at Village Hall.
In this special taxing area of 43 homes along Drummond Avenue, sooner or later everyone has a turn to be mayor. A three-member Town Council maintains the trees and streetscape, sidewalks, snow removal and most other issues.
31 S. Summit Ave.
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
Gaithersburg’s mayor and city council meet at 7:30 p.m. on the first and third Monday of each month. The council also meets at 7:30 p.m. for work sessions on the second and fourth Monday of each month. Gaithersburg also has many commissions and councils that play a vital role in the community’s decision-making process.
Mayor: Sidney A. Katz
City Council: Jud Ashman, Cathy Drzyzgula, Michael A. Sesma, Henry F. Marraffa Jr., Ryan S. Spiegel
Parks, Recreation and Culture
Gaithersburg Police Department
Neighborhood Services (city code enforcement)
Community Services (assistance programs)
Garrett Park Town Office
4600 Waverly Ave.
Garrett Park, MD 20896
All elected officials serve two-year terms. Elections are every year on the first Monday of May. Council meets at 7:30 p.m. the second Monday of each month at Town Hall, 10814 Kenilworth Ave.
Mayor: Peter Benjamin
Council members: Kacky Chantry, Tara Flynn, Phil Schulp, Hans Wegner, Joanna Welch
Town manager: Gene Swearningen
Assistant: Elizabeth Henley
Kensington Town Hall
3710 Mitchell St.
Kensington, MD 20895
Kensington is governed by a mayor — elected every two years — and four council members who serve staggered two-year terms. Elections are every June.
Town Council meetings take place at 7 p.m. the second and fourth Monday of the month at Town Hall.
Mayor: Peter Fosselman
Council members: Darin Bartram, Tracey Furman, Sean McMullen, Paul Sexton
Town manager: Sanford Daily
Town clerk-Treasurer: Susan Engels
P.O. Box 5158
Laytonsville, MD 20882
Town Clerk: Charlene Dillingham
Mayor: Dan Prats
Four council members and the mayor oversee government affairs in Laytonsville. Elections take place annually and officials serve staggered two-year terms.
The town council meets at 7:30 p.m. the first Tuesday of each month at Town Hall, 21607 Laytonsville Road.
10125 Apple Ridge Road
Montgomery Village, MD 20886
Board president: John Driscoll
Executive vice president: David Humpton
Board vice president: Pete Young
Treasurer: Beth-Ellen Berry
Board members: Dennis Clark, Pamela Bort, Scott Dyer, Linda Moore, Peter Webb and Bob Hydorn
The board meets at 7:30 p.m. the second to last Thursday of the month at North Creek Community Center, 20125 Arrowhead Road.
19721 Beall St.
Poolesville, MD 20837
President: Jim Brown
Vice President: Chuck Stump
Jerome J. Klobukowski
Town meetings typically take place at 7:30 p.m. the first and third Monday of each month.
Meets at 7:30 p.m. the second Wednesday of the month at Town Hall.
Board of Parks and Streets
Meets at 7 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month at Town Hall.
Community and Economic Development Committee
Meets at 7:30 p.m. the fourth Wednesday of the month at Town Hall.
Rockville City Hall
111 Maryland Ave.
Rockville, MD 20850
Bridget Donnell Newton
Beryl L. Feinberg
Virginia D. Onley
Julie Palakovich Carr
Officials are elected to four-year terms. The next city election is November 2015.
City Manager: Barbara B. Matthews
Community Planning and Development
Division of Community Services
Recreation & Parks
Refuse & Recycling
Water, Sewer & Streets
Village manager: Andy Leon Harney
Section 3 consists of 760 residents and 282 homes in an area bounded by Connecticut Avenue, Brookville Road, Taylor Street and Bradley Lane. A five-member council governs Section 3, and meets the second Wednesday of the month at the Chevy Chase United Methodist Church. Council members are Chairman Bill Brownlee, Natasha Saifee, Michael Deitrich, Melissa Brown and Carolyn Greis.
Village manager: Frances Higgins
Section 5 encompasses 658 people and 225 homes bounded by Connecticut Avenue and Thornapple, Leland and Chestnut streets. A five-member council governs Section 5, and meets the second Tuesday of the month. Village Council members include Scott Livingston, Chris Richardson, Tim Hanlon, Greg White and Nancy Pines.
Takoma Park City Council
7500 Maple Ave.
Takoma Park, MD 20912
Meets Monday evenings at the Takoma Park Community Center, 7500 Maple Ave.
City Clerk: Jessie Carpenter
Takoma Park Police
7500 Maple Ave.
Takoma Park, MD 20912
Chief Alan Goldberg
Mayor: Bruce Williams
Ward 1: Seth Grimes
Ward 2: Tim Male
Ward 3:Kate Stewart
Ward 4: Terry Seamens
Ward 5:Jarrett Smith
Ward 6: Frederick L. Schultz
Town manager: Todd Hoffman
More than 1,000 homes and 2,824 residents are nestled in the Town of Chevy Chase, a quiet neighborhood between the cityscapes of Connecticut and Wisconsin avenues. The town in 2008 passed Montgomery County's first municipal building regulations. The town’s northern and southern boundaries are East-West Highway and Bradley Lane. A five-member council governs the town with meetings on the second Wednesday of the month.
Council members include Mayor Patricia Burda, Vice Mayor Vicky Taplin, Kathy Strom, Al Lang and John Bickerman
6106 Harvard Ave.
Glen Echo, MD 20812
Mayor: Deborah Beers
Town Council: Matt Stiglitz, Nancy Long, Daniel Macy, Steve Matney, Mark McCaffrey
Clerk-Treasurer: Nicole Fraser
The Town of Glen Echo, chartered in 1904, has 250 residents, making it one of the smallest towns in Maryland. It is located along the Potomac River, inside the Capital Beltway, near Bethesda. The Town Council meets at 8 p.m. in Town Hall, 6106 Harvard Ave., the second Monday of each month.
4510 Cumberland Ave.
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
Manager and clerk-treasurer: Richard Charnovich
Incorporated in 1906, Somerset has 1,216 residents and consists of more than 400 homes bordered by Cumberland and Wisconsin avenues, Little Falls Parkway, River Road and Willard Avenue Park. Town Council members include Mayor Jeffrey Z. Slavin, Barbara Condos, Cathy Pickar, Franny Peale, Marnie Shaul and Barbara Zeughauser.
Village manager: Bob Weesner
This village has about 200 homes within its boundaries of Connecticut Avenue, Jones Bridge Road, the Capital Beltway and Clifford Avenue. A five-member council governs the village with members elected to two-year terms.Chairman Adrian Andreassi, Vice-Chair Brian Hoffner,
Secretary Maury Mechanick, Treasurer Chas Stuart, Member-at-Large Fern Lapidus and Fire Board members Jan Wortman, Anne Fox and Dave Albinson.
300 Grove Ave.
Washington Grove, MD 20880
Town Clerk: Kathryn L. Lehman
Washington Grove holds annual elections. The mayor serves a one-year term and council members serve staggered three-year terms.
The town council meets at 7:30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month.