Kensington Cabin Park Update

September 18, 2017

The rehabilitation of Kensington Cabin Park will begin this fall. The estimated time to complete is four (4) months, and will include the following: Asphalt path that leads from Everett Street to the Cabin will be used for construction access and temporarily closed; There will be a brief closure of the swing set next to the Cabin during improvements; There will be tree protection fencing installed for the Sycamore and Walnut trees directly adjacent to the Cabin. Please contact…

50th Annual Labor Day Parade and Festival

August 29, 2017

The 50th Annual Labor Day Parade and Festival will be held on Monday, September 4th, beginning at 10 am. The Parade begins at St. Paul Park and heads south along Connecticut Avenue, and then turns east onto Baltimore Street, north onto Fawcett Street, east along Howard Avenue, and then turn back south along Montgomery Avenue where the Grandstand will be located adjacent to Noyes Children’s Library. The Town would like to thank our Sponsors for the 50th Annual Labor Day Parade and…

August 2017 Around Town Journal

August 9, 2017

August 2017 Around Town Journal The Council and I have created an ad-hoc Annexation Committee to explore the possibility of annexing certain streets, already within the Walter Johnson Cluster, into the Corporate Limits of the Town of Kensington. These addresses include: The north side of Perry Avenue (3507 – 3613), Decatur Avenue (3500 – 3610), Madison Street (10815 – 10819), St. Paul Street (10724 – 10728), and University Blvd. (3404 – 3700). The first Annexation Committee meeting…

June 2017 Around Town Journal

June 23, 2017

June 2017 Around Town Journal This July 1st will mark the one year anniversary since I was sworn in as the Mayor of Kensington, and I would like to thank everyone for the support that I have received during this time. I never imagined what a rewarding experience serving as your Mayor would become, and I am excited about the great things that have happened over the last year and what is on the horizon. We have seen the addition of two new restaurants, The Dish & Dram, along with Crisp and…

Summit Avenue Extension Project (Updated 8/9/17)

June 16, 2017

The Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) will hold a second public meeting to discuss the Summit Avenue Extension project on Thursday, September 14th, 7 pm, at Town Hall.

Kensington Senior Living Concept Plan

June 12, 2017

McCaffery Interests will be presenting the proposed Kensington Senior Living Concept Plan at the June 12th Town Council Meeting. The proposed project is to be located at the old Mizell Lumber and Hardware property (10500 St. Paul Street) and will include Assisted and Independent Living units, along with Memory Care. Please contact the Town staff with any questions: 301-949-2424.

2017 Town Election Results

June 6, 2017

The 2017 Town Election had 358 ballots cast, including 33 absentee ballots. Candidates for Council (two positions): Darin R. Bartram       210 Conor D. Crimmins   233 Tom H. Rodriguez     207  

2017 Candidates Forum

May 30, 2017

2017 Candidates Forum

May 2017 Around Town Journal

May 12, 2017

May 2017 Around Town Journal The Town has been incredibly lucky to have such an active and supportive business community over the years. Many of our local businesses organize and sponsor events throughout the Town and volunteer their time and money to support local charitable organizations and our schools. Please remember to shop local whenever you can, which is the best way to say THANK YOU to our businesses. Upcoming Events: The Kensington Shopping Center will be hosting Carmen’s…

2017 Town Election - Mon., June 5th

May 9, 2017

The Town Election will be held on Monday, June 5, 2017 at Town Hall (3710 Mitchell Street). Voting hours are between 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm. The Candidates Forum will be held on Monday, May 22, 2017, 7:00 pm, at Town Hall. Candidates for Council (two positions) Darin R. Bartram Conor D. Crimmins Tom H. Rodriguez

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