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VIDEO: Rockville Police Move to New Station on Friday

Grand opening plans not yet announced for new Town Center headquarters.

The Rockville City Police Department is on the move.

Staff will move to a new home in Town Center on Friday, the city announced in a news release

The new station combines the renovated 11,415-square-foot historic U.S. Post Office at 2 W. Montgomery Ave. and a newly constructed 14,538-square-foot annex.

The department will announce plans for a ceremonial grand opening and public tour dates in the weeks to come on the city’s website.

Rockville 11 recently toured the new station as it was being completed. Click the video above to take a look inside.

All police-related functions will move from the bottom floor of City Hall to the new station, including:

  • Police.
  • Landlord/tenant affairs.
  • Code enforcement/community enhancement.
  • The photo enforcement unit.
  • Neighborhood services (animal control).
  • The victim advocate program.

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.

Click here to read more Rockville Patch coverage of the new police station.

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