Town of Poolesville

Town of Poolesville Poolesville is a historic community located in the northwestern part of Montgomery County. Relatively close to Rockville & Frederick, Md, and approximately 33 miles from Washington, D.C.
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Poolesville is a town of unique charm, a special place strategically located at a crossroads, not only of geography, but also where the past intersects the present, agriculture connects with commerce, and rural beauty coexists with suburban convenience.

Operating as usual

09/17/2020

9/17/20: Water Main Break on Dowden Circle. Water service will be shut off beginning at 11:00 am and service will be interrupted for several hours while repairs are being made.

How hard is it to get rid of a flea?  Even COVID cannot stop the “Big Flea!” The “Big Flea” is returning in a limited ca...
09/15/2020

How hard is it to get rid of a flea? Even COVID cannot stop the “Big Flea!” The “Big Flea” is returning in a limited capacity with PAINT and ELECTRONICS RECYCLING and PAPER SHREDDING. There will be no Community Yard Sale this year. Residents will have to pay $2.00 per gallon of paint for disposal and the Town will pay the remaining $3.00 per gallon. Paper shredding and electronics recycling is FREE!!!

When: Saturday OCTOBER 3, 2020 from 8:00am to 12:00pm

09/14/2020

9/14/20: Water Main Break - Christer and Lilli Streets, Beatriz Avenue and Anita Court. Water service will be disrupted for several hours.

The Community Scarecrow Contest is back!  Join in the excitement by creating an original, fun scarecrow to be displayed ...
09/14/2020

The Community Scarecrow Contest is back! Join in the excitement by creating an original, fun scarecrow to be displayed on Whalen Commons. There are two categories: Business/Organization or Family. Visit http://www.wumcohelp.org/scarecrow-contest for more information and to register.

Poolesville's Fair Access Committee needs YOU! The Fair Access for Western Montgomery County has an opening on their com...
09/08/2020

Poolesville's Fair Access Committee needs YOU! The Fair Access for Western Montgomery County has an opening on their committee. This committee meets twice a month. If you live in Poolesville or the surrounding area and are interested in joining this very important team submit an email to [email protected]

Two Volunteers needed for Board of ElectionsThe Poolesville Board of Elections has two vacancies. The Board of Elections...
09/08/2020

Two Volunteers needed for Board of Elections
The Poolesville Board of Elections has two vacancies. The Board of Elections consists of up to eight volunteer registered voters of the Town of Poolesville, who shall act as registration officials and judges of election in any elections held during the two (2) years succeeding their appointment. They shall not hold any other office in the Town government during their 2 year term of office.

If you are interested in serving on the Board of Elections please send a letter of interest to [email protected] by noon on Friday, September 18, 2020.

The Town of Poolesville Administrative Offices will be closed on Monday, September 7, 2020 in observance of Labor Day.Th...
09/03/2020

The Town of Poolesville Administrative Offices will be closed on Monday, September 7, 2020 in observance of Labor Day.

There WILL be Residential trash pickup on Monday.

The Town Commissioners and staff wish everyone a happy and safe holiday!

Do you want to leave your legacy on Poolesville?  Do you want to help guide Poolesville into the future?  Do you want to...
09/01/2020

Do you want to leave your legacy on Poolesville? Do you want to help guide Poolesville into the future? Do you want to end up in the dunk tank on Poolesville Day? If you answered yes to any of these questions you may be the perfect candidate to run for Town Commissioner! Candidates must be qualified registered voters of the Town of Poolesville, 21 years of age or older, and have resided within the corporate limits of the Town of Poolesville for at least 6 months prior to the election. Stop by Town Hall to pick up your official application, and have it signed by a minimum of 25 residents who are qualified registered voters of the Town of Poolesville. Applications along with a completed Financial Disclosure Form and $10.00 fee must be returned to Town Hall by September 25 at 4 pm.

It’s National Dog Day - Newt invites you to celebrate with us by sharing pictures of your favorite four legged friends!
08/26/2020

It’s National Dog Day - Newt invites you to celebrate with us by sharing pictures of your favorite four legged friends!

CANCELLED: We regret to inform you that due to laboratory related issues, Montgomery County has cancelled the COVID 19 T...
08/07/2020

CANCELLED: We regret to inform you that due to laboratory related issues, Montgomery County has cancelled the COVID 19 Testing on Saturday August 15th at the Poolesville Baptist Church. No reschedule date has been proposed. However, they are committed to rescheduling at this location.

The Montgomery County Health Department will conduct free COVID 19 Testing on Saturday August 15th - 10 am to 2 pm at the Poolesville Baptist Church, 17550 West Willard Road.

FREE wood chips available at Bodmer Park!
07/29/2020

FREE wood chips available at Bodmer Park!

Maryland Census 2020
07/15/2020

Maryland Census 2020

Congrats to the Town of Poolesville on surpassing your Census 2010 self-response rate! Let's keep it up!

07/15/2020

Due to the paving project, the driveway access to the Waste Water Treatment Plant will be used by heavy equipment as part of the project. If you use this driveway as a walking path please be advised.

Poolesville Street Paving Summer 2020!!!Street Paving will begin on July 15th at Glass Way, Selby Ave, Bruner Way, Dr Wa...
07/13/2020

Poolesville Street Paving Summer 2020!!!

Street Paving will begin on July 15th at Glass Way, Selby Ave, Bruner Way, Dr Walling Rd and lastly Cattail Rd. From paving operations will begin to move to Cissel Manor Dr and then down to Hillard St and Hillard Ct. The paving project will take approximately 3 weeks to complete. Its is our goal to try and provide 48 hour notice before paving begins on these streets. Please remove all vehicles, including RV’s, boats and campers from the travel portion of the road and the shoulders before 7:00 am on the dates indicated above. If you have a driveway, please park your cars in it during the posted dates. If you anticipate leaving for vacation, please move your car prior to departure. Cars that are not moved will be towed.

Job Opportunity – Water/Sewer System OperatorThe Town of Poolesville is hiring a Water/Sewer System Operator. Work under...
07/08/2020

Job Opportunity – Water/Sewer System Operator

The Town of Poolesville is hiring a Water/Sewer System Operator. Work under the direct supervision of the Water Superintendent. Perform routine sampling, maintenance, data collections on well and sewage pump stations.

Overtime and after-hours emergency response required for sewage back ups and water main breaks.

Requirements: High School diploma and clean driving record.
Plumbing or electrical experience preferred.

Salary Range: $30,000 - $33,500. base salary plus benefits.

Accepting applications through July 27, 2020.

Visit www.poolesvillemd.gov for more information.

The Town of Poolesville Administrative Offices will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2020 in observance of Independence Day....
07/02/2020

The Town of Poolesville Administrative Offices will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2020 in observance of Independence Day.
The Board of Commissioners and the Poolesville Town Hall staff wish everyone a happy and safe holiday.

Bulk Trash collection will resume on July 1st!  To schedule an appointment contact Bates at 410-590-6484.  Due to the an...
06/30/2020

Bulk Trash collection will resume on July 1st! To schedule an appointment contact Bates at 410-590-6484. Due to the anticipated high volume of appointments, Bates is limiting collections to 20 homes per collection day.

Official press release from Montgomery County cancelling Fourth of July celebrations.
06/30/2020
Montgomery County Maryland

Official press release from Montgomery County cancelling Fourth of July celebrations.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis, Montgomery County has announced the cancellation of both of its Fourth of July celebrations; “Germantown Glory” and “Mid-County Sparkles.”

06/22/2020
Poolesville Day

Poolesville Day

Poolesville Day 2020 CANCELLED.

Celebrating the Legacy of Poolesville Day

The Poolesville Day Committee has continued to work and plan through the Covid 19 pandemic; but it soon became clear that a number of factors would preclude us from once again celebrating the day together as we have for the past 27 years. The County Executive has only moved to Stage 2 with limited openings for businesses. Stage 3, when large, public gatherings would be allowed, appears to be months away and there is no “clear date” for its implementation.

Further, the sponsors of a number of large public activities and events have announced they will not be going forward this year. The Fourth of July fireworks sponsored by the Fire Department has been cancelled. Our own Town of Poolesville has prudently cancelled its summer camp and Friday on the Commons activities. The Montgomery County Agricultural Fair just announced that it will not be making a decision until the first week in July, a luxury that we do not have. Even major sports leagues, like baseball and football have announced reduced schedules with no audiences. There is even a question of whether Montgomery County Schools will open for its fall sessions.

This uncertainty not only gives us pause due to potential safety concerns but also because many activities and services that make up Poolesville Day – like signing up bands to play and getting food vendors to commit – require months of advance planning and commitments.

Given all of this uncertainty and our desire to ensure we can hold an event that is safe and as robust in its vendors and activities as we can make it, we have sorrowfully concluded we must cancel this year’s event.

We would still like to continue the legacy of Poolesville Day by nominating a Grand Marshal, the traditional head of our parade and a person who represents the best of our town. You can go to the Poolesville Day website (www.poolesville.com) and submit your nomination. All submissions have to be in by July 31st.

Pickleball Courts are open at Stevens Park.
06/19/2020

Pickleball Courts are open at Stevens Park.

Town of Poolesville Street Sweeping: Tuesday, June 23rd.Street sweeping reduces the volume of pollutants entering local ...
06/19/2020

Town of Poolesville Street Sweeping: Tuesday, June 23rd.

Street sweeping reduces the volume of pollutants entering local streams through the Town’s storm drain openings.

Please do not park on residential streets between the hours of 7 am and 5 pm on Tuesday, June 23, as parked vehicles reduce the effectiveness of the sweeper.

06/12/2020
Sun's out, TABLES are out!!?  What!!? Yep, that's right, outdoor dining is here!!!  Enjoy this weather and support a bus...
06/04/2020

Sun's out, TABLES are out!!? What!!? Yep, that's right, outdoor dining is here!!! Enjoy this weather and support a business!! Most of the restaurants in Town are setting up outdoor dining and they would greatly appreciate your support. #poolesvillestrong #supportlocal

Stevens Park Summer Recreation Program Cancelled for 2020: At the June 1st Commissioner's Meeting, the Commissioners vot...
06/03/2020

Stevens Park Summer Recreation Program Cancelled for 2020: At the June 1st Commissioner's Meeting, the Commissioners voted to cancel the Stevens Park Summer Recreation Program this year. This was not an easy decision to make as the Commissioners understand how important and cherished this program is for the community, but based on the outlook for permitting large group activities by July and in the interest of health and safety for our residents and staff they felt this was the right decision to make. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

06/03/2020

For the safety of Town staff, Town Hall will remain closed to the public through close of business on June 19th. Staff can be reached by email at [email protected] or by calling 301-428-8927. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.

06/01/2020

5/31/20 - Updated Town Park Information:

As of June 1st at 8am, all town parks will be open for public use. There will be no cleaning of any of the park equipment. Any use of the park amenities is at your own risk and signs will be posted in the parks noting the same. No rental of pavilions will be permitted until group activities are permitted by the County Executive.. The restrooms will remain closed. There is no timeline for when the restrooms will be opened. Please understand this decision to not open the restrooms is based on both the ability to consistently obtain proper cleaning supplies and for the health, safety and welfare of town staff that would have to clean the restrooms. Social distancing and groups of no more than 10 is still in effect and must be observed. The Town would like to thank the residents for understating that closing and reopening the parks was done with careful and deliberate consideration.

05/26/2020

5/26/20 - Updated Town Park Information:

As of May 18, the following activities ARE allowed in Town Parks: The parking lots are available for use, and activities such as the tennis courts, baseball fields, dog park, and fishing are permitted.

The following facilities are NOT available for use: play equipment, skate park, swings, soccer fields, and basketball courts. These are tentatively set to open on June 1st. No rental of pavilions will be permitted until group activities are permitted by the County Executive. There will be no cleaning of any of the park equipment. Any use of the park amenities is at your own risk. The restrooms will remain closed. There is no timeline on when the restrooms will be opened. Social distancing and groups of no more than 10 is still in effect and must be observed.

The Town of Poolesville Administrative Offices will be closed on Monday, May 25, 2020 in observance of Memorial Day. The...
05/22/2020

The Town of Poolesville Administrative Offices will be closed on Monday, May 25, 2020 in observance of Memorial Day. There will be residential trash collection on that day.
The Board of Commissioners and the Poolesville Town Hall staff wish everyone a happy and safe holiday.

Its National Public Works Week!!  We want to thank our Poolesville public works employees for their dedication!!  They w...
05/21/2020

Its National Public Works Week!! We want to thank our Poolesville public works employees for their dedication!! They work to ensure the infrastructure is well maintained and operational. From the operation of the water and sewer system to the maintenance of our parks, the public works crew is hard at work. Thank you for your dedication.

05/19/2020
Upper Montgomery County VFD

Upper Montgomery County VFD

Notice: 4th of July Fireworks

Given the COVID19 pandemic and the outlook for permitting large outdoor gatherings by July, and in the interest of health & safety of our community, and the UMCVFD staff, the Poolesville 4th of July Fireworks are canceled for 2020.

While cancelling the fireworks is disappointing, it is necessary to avoid any potential health risks.

UMCVFD looks forward to the 2021 4th of July Fireworks.

05/19/2020

Town Park Information:

As of May 18, the following activities ARE allowed in Town Parks: The parking lots are available for use, and activities such as the tennis courts, baseball fields, dog park, and fishing are permitted.

The following facilities are NOT available for use: play equipment, skate park, swings, soccer fields, and basketball courts. These are tentatively set to open on May 26th. No rental of pavilions will be permitted until group activities are permitted by the County Executive. There will be no cleaning of any of the park equipment. Any use of the park amenities is at your own risk. The restrooms will remain closed. There is no timeline on when the restrooms will be opened. Social distancing and groups of no more than 10 is still in effect and must be observed.

Montgomery County Government
05/18/2020

Montgomery County Government

Wear a face covering in public places, such as grocery stores, where physical distancing is difficult to maintain. #MoCo #StayHome #StaySafe

A friendly reminder...
05/18/2020

A friendly reminder...

Here's a quick look at what's open and what's not in Montgomery County. Visit the County's #COVID19 website for information about local cases, closures, testing, resources and more: https://buff.ly/2wAlrS4 #MoCo #StayHome #StaySafe

Today would have been our 10th annual SpringFest. We couldn't let the day go by without sharing (in no particular order)...
05/16/2020

Today would have been our 10th annual SpringFest. We couldn't let the day go by without sharing (in no particular order) photos from the past 10 years. I also want to thank all of the people who have made SpringFest possible:
Our SpringFest Committee, past and present, you've been a pleasure to work with.
The Town Commissioners who embraced this event & let us run with it.
Our Parks & Streets Dept. - who don't see any other park besides Whalen Commons for weeks & would probably like to tell me to hit the street - you do an amazing job.
Our Sponsors, without your generous support this event would not happen.
Our Volunteers - It takes a village and you come through year after year.
Our Brewers - Thank you for taking a chance on our little town and always bringing your best.
Our Food Truck & Artisan Vendors - thank you for joining us year after year, and....
YOU - each and every one of you who come out, bring your family and friends and spend the day on the Commons - Your smiles say it all.
Stay safe and we'll see you in 2021!

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19721 Beall St
Poolesville, MD
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Stop by the poolesville farmers market today until 1 located behind Bassetts Restaurant. Delicious fresh baked breads and danishes, hand made masks, fresh dug potatoes, fresh picked zucchini & peppers and hand made flower(mum) arrangements for the fall!
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Hi! My name is Elizabeth Bean and I am a rising senior at Poolesville High School. I’m looking for a babysitting job this summer. I have experience with younger children and can work with families inside or outside of Poolesville. You can contact me at (240-994-4639).
Hi! My name is Elizabeth Bean and I am a rising senior at Poolesville High School. I'm looking for a babysitting job this summer. I have a lot of experience with children and babysitting, and I can work with families inside or out of Poolesville. You can reach me through message or phone call at (240-994-4639).
A personal thank you to everyone who came out to support the co op. Cozzi Family and the Co-op look forward to seeing y’all tomorrow! If you took pics, please share them! You can comment with them here, or Cozzi Family Farm ❤️
This gentleman left his wallet on the ground at the farm stand. We would like to return it to him
Poolesville, we are coming to you this Saturday! The Risso family created their own delivery service after their business and finances were impacted by the pandemic. They partnered with the Fresh Baguette Rockville to provide the tastiest treats. They are serving Montgomery County only at this moment but hope to grow in the future. Next deliveries will be on Saturday, July 4th. Orders will be accepted until 8:00pm on Thursday for a Saturday delivery. Croissant : $3.20 Chocolate croissant : $3.40 Almond croissant : $4.25 Organic Baguette $3.70 Delivery fee $5. Order minimum 5 items. These are original French specialties (made by French Bakers) in Rockville. Yummy, mouthwatering, delectable and tasty are some words that describe these Viennese pastries. Pre-Pay by Venmo, Zelle or Cash on the day. Text 202-718-8454 and get your delicious croissants and baguettes, made with the finest ingredients. Everybody we have delivered to said they liked (loved) having them for breakfast on Sunday. With butter and honey! Besides enjoying these finger-licking pastries, you will be supporting two local businesses!
I found a debit card belonging to a James L. Cornett Jr. by Neutron near the Dickerson train station. If you know James and can contact him, please have him DM me. It has his picture on the card, so don't go thinking you can fool me ;)
I am donating a laundry bag filled with women’s size 10 shoes of all kinds. Free. My friend’s sister asked me if I wanted them. I said sure, I ended up deciding against adding more stuff, while I’m trying to downsize to prepare for a baby. Laundry bag and shoes are yours to do what with you wish. First serious commenter gets them. I don’t have pics. Will bring them tomm and drop off wherever. Handles will be disinfected. Nothing else was touched. I didn’t even look through them. ❤️
Hi! I know it’s completely out of season, but I REALLY need a pumpkin! 🙂 any ideas? Anyone have a green house with pumpkins??