See you Saturday at the Randolph Civic Association Community Day!

The annual RCA Community Day will feature a 5K road race, a kids fun run, and an opportunity to enjoy a nice fall day with your neighbors.

RCA 5K
Saturday, October 12th, 10:00 am (check-in at 9:30am) Randolph Hills Shopping Center. Sign up Here: https://forms.gle/5cP11xHjMUP89tzB7

Kids Fun Run (all ages welcome) Saturday, October 12th 11:30 am Randolph Hills Shopping Center. Sign up Here: https://forms.gle/HoBMH35crJkfWAq27

Lunch on the Green Saturday, October 12th, 11:30 am Randolph Hills Shopping Center. Cafe2020 Korean Kitchen and Bar,The Latin and American Food Truck, and more will be there.

They’ll also feature some live jazz and a book signing by Amy Ginsburg for her new novel The After Days, set in the Pike District.

Hosted by Randolph Civic Association and Cafe2020 Korean Kitchen + Bar

RCA Music Fest 2019 Saturday, May 18


Come and support our neighborhood talent, from young to old, at our new outdoor festival space- The Civic Green at Randolph Hills Shopping Center: 4916 Boiling Brook Pkwy, Rockville, MD 20852

RCA Music Fest
Sunday, May 18, 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

No cover, just celebrating our neighborhood spirit. All we need is you, our neighbors and friends to come out and show your love. Food trucks, Auntie Anne’s Pretzels, Beer and Soju from Cafe 2020 as well as non-alcoholic refreshments

Family and dog friendly event!

Schedule:
5:15pm – Organ Grinder Lola

5:30pm – Boiling Brook Brothers (acoustic rock duo)

6:15pm – The KS Duo, a Randolph Hills String Duo

6:45pm – Fidel and Bachata

7:35pm – Bebel & Brazilian Band of Brothers

8:30pm – Ken Wheaton and the Silver Springers (R&B, funk)

RCA Night Tonight at Cafe 2020


Please come out Wednesday, May 8 to Café 2020 for RCA Night! Held the second Wednesday of each month, come hang out with neighbors and make sure to mention the Randolph Civic Association for exclusive food and drink discounts.

Please come out Wednesday, May 8 to Café 2020 for RCA Night! Held the second Wednesday of each month, come hang out with neighbors and make sure to mention the Randolph Civic Association for exclusive food and drink discounts.


Cafe2020 Korean Kitchen + Bar
4870 Boiling Brook Pkwy, Rockville, Maryland 20852

Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at 6 PM

RCA Community Meet & Greet for County Council and State District 18

Please come out for what will be the Randolph Civic Association’s biggest and highest profile meeting in years. On Thursday, May 3, they will feature candidates for Council District 4, At-Large, and the State District 18 Senate and Delegate races- over 50 candidates in all! Attendees will have the rare opportunity to meet all the candidates in one evening ahead of the June primary.
Event Location: Viers Mill Rec Center, 4425 Garrett Park Road
Event Time: May 3, 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Curious about Monday’s White Flint 2 Meeting? Here’s What Happened.

The June 20th White Flint 2 Sector Planning Meeting was a public forum.  Three community representatives made presentations.

Randolph Civic Association – Matt Tifford

Randolph Civic Association is made up of 1, 343 homes and wants a more central sense of place within RCA borders. While mostly happy with the preliminary plan presented, RCA has some important issues with the plan.  For example, RCA wants walkable/bikeable paths to White Flint 1 and metro, including a pedestrian crossing over the railroad tracks.  They also want to re-configure the intersection at Randolph and Parklawn. So far, RCA noted, none of its desired pedestrian and connectivity improvements are in the plan.

Matt also reported that RCA does not want Putnam and Macon to go through, preferring an urban plaza, and wants a park and usable indoor space at Rocking Horse Center.  They also would like a town center type of development at Randolph Hills Shopping Center.

RCA

Walter Johnson Cluster – Liz King

Liz discussed the cumulative projected impact of development in the WJ Cluster. Combining all approved development (built or not) and the planned development of WMAL, Rock Spring, and White Flint 2, it s projected the WJ Cluster will have 1,602 additional elementary students, 915 additional middle school students, and 940 additional high school students. Liz reported that using the 30-year projections done by MCPS, the WJ Cluster requires 2 new elementary schools, 1 new middle school, and one of the WJ Cluster Roundtable Solutions.

Liz King

6010 Executive Blvd. – John Carter

This site at 6010 Executive Blvd. has 234,788 square feet of land.  Currently, there is one building with 100,126 square feet of office space built in the 60s/70s. John listed three concerns of the site’s owner: schools, traffic, and market conditions.  He noted that the current market demands multi-tenant  occupancy, mix of tech and office space, amenities, walkability, close to transit, and green. He also referenced the recent ULI report on re-inventing the Rock Spring and Executive Blvd areas.

The initial design for a new 6010 Executive Blvd includes 3 mixed-use buildings, including 252,000 square feet of new office space, street-side retail, and 100 housing units. There would be lots of green places and open space as well as an enhanced sidewalk along Executive Blvd., new bus shelters, pedestrian-oriented lights, walking trail connections, solar panels, geothermal heating and cooling, and green roofs. Total square footage of the new and old buildings on the site would be 350,000 square feet of mixed use space.

6010 a

6010 b