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Montgomery County Animal Shelter
14645 Rothgeb Dr, Rockville, MD 20850

The Montgomery County Humane Society in Rockville, MD is a nonprofit animal welfare organization that has providedMore animal sheltering services to Montgomery County since 1958. MCHS receives funds to operate the Montgomery County Animal Shelter under a grant from the Montgomery County Government and from private donations.

The Humane Society is supported by private fundraising including United Way and other workplace giving campaigns.

Montgomery County Executive
101 Monroe St, Rockville, MD 20850

Elected to four-year terms, the Montgomery County Executive is responsible for enforcing county laws, proposing aMore county budget, developing legislation, appointing residents to boards, commissions and committees and, occasionally, advocating for the county before the state government.

The Office of the County Executive is located in the Executive Office Building along with the offices of many county departments.

Montgomery County Government Employee Federal Credit Union
20 Courthouse Sq Ste 217, Rockville, MD 20850
Montgomery County Government Employee Federal Credit Union is a nonprofit, membership-based, full-service bank forMore county, city and government employees and their families. Services include checking and savings accounts, special accounts, CDs, money market accounts and individual accounts. Loan services include consumer and vehicle loans, mortgages and credit cards. Members may also purchase auto insurance. Online banking, bill payment, e-statements and telephone and mobile banking are available.
Leadership Montgomery
5705 Arundel Ave, Rockville, MD 20852

Leadership Montgomery engages local leaders through education, awareness and engagement to community development andMore improvement. The goal is to bring together government, business and non-profit leaders together across the generations. 

The programs focus on county issues, including communities, transportation, education, public safety, sustainability, multiculturalism and the arts.

Johns Hopkins University - Montgomery County Campus
9601 Medical Center Dr, Rockville, MD 20850

Best-known for its flagship campus and world-renowned medical center in Baltimore, Johns Hopkins's campus inMore Montgomery County hosts evening classes for 4,000 graduate students in the Carey Business School, the School of Education, the Whiting School of Engineering and the Zanvyl Kreiger School of Arts and Sciences.

The 215,000-square-foot campus has big plans that include an ultimate expansion to 2.6 million square feet that will put thousands of academics, researchers and entrepreneurs on a single campus.

The campus is part of the Great Seneca Science Corridor Master Plan approved by the Montgomery County Council in 2010. As such, it is a cornerstone of county efforts to build a "Science City" that aims to foster collaborations between higher education, government and industry.

Montgomery County Government - MC311
101 Monroe St, Rockville, MD 20850

With dual slogans of "311: Answering to You" and "Call 311 and Get It Done", 311 is the number to call for all thingsMore Montgomery County government.

Residents can call the number from 7am to 5pm Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, for non-emergency government information and services.

Customer service representatives speak Spanish, Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese and French and interpretation service is available for other languages.

Representatives are available to help residents find public facilities, file a complaint or service request, or learn how to sign up for a public hearing. 

Montgomery County Coalition for The Homeless
600 E Gude Dr # B, Rockville, MD 20850

Montgomery County Coalition for The Homeless provides permanent and transitional housing, emergency shelter andMore support services. Other priorities include coordinating advocacy, program and educational efforts. This includes spearheading an effort to end homelessness in the county. 

MCCH programs seek to help chronically homeless adults and formerly homeless individuals and families settle into housing. This includes transitional and permanent housing. Safe havens, care and treatment for the mentally ill are also part of the mission   

The MCCH is a community-based nonprofit organization started in the 1980s with an informal network of shelters, soup kitchens, government officials and church congregations. The effort was officially incorporated in 1990. It's funded by government contracts and private donations.