RedGate Park

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View the Meeting on the Proposed Concept

The City of Rockville hosted two community engagement meetings to present the latest concept plan and entertain your thoughts and feedback. If you missed either of the meetings, please view the recording of the virtual meeting below.



What should RedGate Park look like in 10 years? Twenty years?

When the 131-acre RedGate golf course closed, the City of Rockville Mayor and Council voted unanimously to keep the land — one of the city’s largest remaining areas of open space — as a park.

But the question is, what kind of park? What amenities should RedGate Park have? 

Now it's time to decide the details: trails for walking, biking and hiking? A dog park? Picnic areas? Natural areas for birdwatching and habitat preservation? An amphitheater for events? New sports fields with lights?

Over the next year, we invite to join your city to envision — and design — the future for RedGate Park.


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View the Meeting on the Proposed Concept

The City of Rockville hosted two community engagement meetings to present the latest concept plan and entertain your thoughts and feedback. If you missed either of the meetings, please view the recording of the virtual meeting below.



What should RedGate Park look like in 10 years? Twenty years?

When the 131-acre RedGate golf course closed, the City of Rockville Mayor and Council voted unanimously to keep the land — one of the city’s largest remaining areas of open space — as a park.

But the question is, what kind of park? What amenities should RedGate Park have? 

Now it's time to decide the details: trails for walking, biking and hiking? A dog park? Picnic areas? Natural areas for birdwatching and habitat preservation? An amphitheater for events? New sports fields with lights?

Over the next year, we invite to join your city to envision — and design — the future for RedGate Park.


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  • Mayor and Council to Hear Update on Outreach for RedGate Park Concept Plans

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    The Mayor and Council are scheduled to receive an update on the city’s concept plans for the 131-acre RedGate Park on Monday, July 18.

    The meeting begins at 7 p.m. Find the staff report when the agenda is posted several days before the meeting at www.rockvillemd.gov/AgendaCenter.

    The preferred concept, selected by the Mayor and Council from three concepts presented Feb. 7, includes a small-scale amphitheater, community gardens, a nature playground, an arboretum, picnic areas, a network of trails and consideration of renovating the existing clubhouse.

    For more information, and to see the Feb. 7 presentation to the Mayor and Council, visit www.rockvillemd.gov/AgendaCenter and select the TV icon next to the Feb. 7 agenda item.

    Plans for the park were developed based on the city’s statistically valid strategic plan for recreation and parks in Rockville, considerable engagement with, and feedback from, the community, input from the Mayor and Council, and environmental constraints of natural features at the park.

    The city conducted a survey in early 2021 to help select park features and held two meetings in April – one virtually and one an open house at the park – to gather community input on the future of the former golf course at 14500 Avery Road.

    Visit engagerockville.com/redgate-park for video of the virtual meeting, more information about the project and to join the conversation.

  • RedGate Park: Open House on Mayor and Council's Preferred Concept

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    Members of the public had an opportunity, Tuesday, April 19, to review and comment on the Mayor and Council’s preferred concept for the future of the 131-acre RedGate Park at a virtual open house.



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