Ordinance No. O-03-2021 - 20 MPH Speed Limit

December 14, 2021

The Mayor and Town Council introduced Ordinance No. O-03-2021 at the December 13, 2021 Council Meeting. The Public Hearing is been scheduled for Monday, January 10, 2022, 7:00 pm. AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND TOWN COUNCIL TO AMEND CHAPTER IV, “TRAFFIC AND VEHICLES”, ARTICLE 3, “TRAFFIC CONTROL”, SECTION 4-302, “SPEED LIMITS IN THE TOWN OF KENSINGTON”, TO REDUCE THE SPEED LIMIT ALONG TOWN MAINTAINED STREETS FROM 25 MILES PER HOUR TO 20 MILES PER HOUR.

Town Survey Response Information

November 10, 2021

Town residents were asked to provide a response on two questions which will provide feedback to the Mayor and Council about possible amendments to the Town Charter and Code with regards to Town elections. The responses to the Town Survey may be viewed here. The original survey may be viewed here. Report on Town Survey

Howard Avenue Road Closure Notice

November 10, 2021

Howard Avenue will be closed between Fawcett St. and Armory Ave. on Saturday, November 13, from 4 p.m. – 11 p.m. Follow detour route: Fawcett St., Mitchell St., Armory Ave., or Armory Ave., Mitchell St., Fawcett St.

Leaf Collection to begin Monday, November 8

October 19, 2021

The Town will begin our annual leaf collection the week of November 8 and run through December 10. There are no scheduled collection zones, as the Public Works Crew will monitor each street throughout the week. Please do not include grass clippings, mulch, twigs, or small branches within leaf piles, as this may damage our leaf vacuum. If your leaf pile contains any materials besides leaves, the Crew will not collect your pile, and you will be responsible for bagging the leaves on your…

Town Survey

September 30, 2021

You are asked to provide a response on two questions which will provide feedback to the Mayor and Council about possible amendments to the Town Charter and Code with regards to Town elections. Right click to print. Town Survey  

Proposed Summit Avenue Sidewalk Reconstruction

August 17, 2021

The Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) is proposing to reconstruct the existing sidewalk along Summit Avenue from Prospect Street to Knowles Avenue. The proposed new sidewalk will be six-feet-wide with a variable of 0 to 3-foot wide greenspace buffer bewteen the sidewalk and roadway. Project Site Plan MCDOT Letter and Arborist Report At this time, MCDOT is requesting feedback, specifically from residents along Summit Avenue, of the proposal. If you wish to comment,…

2021 Town Election Results

June 8, 2021

2021 Town Election Darin R. Bartram – 246 Conor D. Crimmins – 318 Tim Willard – 151 Total Ballots Cast: 387, including 127 Absentee Ballots. There are 1,572 registered voters within the Town.

Kensington Crossing (10619 Connecticut Avenue) Community Meeting

June 4, 2021

The Developer for the proposed Kensington Crossing project (10619 Connecticut Avenue) will be holding a virtual Community Meeting to review the plans for the redevelopment of the property. The project proposes to redevelop the property with up to approximately 11,007 square feet of commercial/retail use, including a drive-thru, and associated surface parking. Date/Time: Tuesday, June 8, 2021 at 7:00 pm Virtual Location: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/689764605 Call in Number:…

Candidate Forum Video

May 28, 2021

A Candidate Forum was held, via Zoom, on Monday, May 24, 2021, at 7:00 pm. Click here to watch the forum, or go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0139udcFHtI The Candidate Forum was moderated by Sean McMullen and Rob Sachs. The moderators accepted questions in advance of the Candidate Forum. During this Town Council Candidates Forum Darin R. Bartram, Conor D. Crimmins, and Tim Willard answered questions from Kensington residents. There are two council positions open. The 2021 Kensington…

Public Notice - Temporary Sidewalk Closure (4000 Block of Knowles Avenue)

May 4, 2021

PUBLIC NOTICE – Temporary Sidewalk Closure (4000 block of Knowles Avenue)  As part of the previous public hearings and approval processes for the 4000 Knowles Avenue Townhouse project known as The Towns at Knowles Station, 4000 Knowles Venture, LLC, will be Closing a segment of sidewalk on the Southside of Knowles Avenue between Summit Ave. and Detrick Ave.  However, the community will be able to cross Knowles Avenue at Summit and Connecticut Avenues, thereby keeping the desired pedestrian…

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