Local Resources

Below you will find helpful links to common items of interest and/or Montgomery County services that are not under the jurisdiction of the Montgomery Village Foundation.

2020 Census

The 2020 Census Results reported by the U.S. Census Bureau can be found at www.2020census.gov.

Montgomery County Law Enforcement

Montgomery County Police
MCPD 6th District (servicing Montgomery Village)
45A West Watkins Mill Road, Gaithersburg
240-773-5700 (station/general information)
301-279-8000 (Non-emergency dispatch) 240-773-8477 (crime tip hotline)

6th District Commander: Commander Eric Stancliff
Twitter: @MCPD6DCommander

6th District Community Services Officer: Kimberly Jones

Online resources (provided by Montgomery County)
Get a Police Report
Report a County Street Light Outage
MC Open Data (detailed crime information)
Maryland Court Case Search
Speed/Red Light Camera Payments
County Parking Ticket Payments


Many public schools serve the students who live in Montgomery Village.

Elementary Schools

Captain James E. Daly Elementary School
20301 Brandermill Drive | 301-353-0939

Goshen Elementary School
8701 Warfield Road | 301-840-8165

Laytonsville Elementary School
21401 Laytonsville Road | 301-840-7145

South Lake Elementary School
18201 Contour Road | 301-840-7141

Stedwick Elementary School
10631 Stedwick Road | 301-840-7187

Watkins Mill Elementary School
19001 Wakins Mill Road | 301-840-7181

Whetstone Elementary School
19201 Thomas Farm Drive | 301-840-7191

Middle Schools

Forest Oak Middle School
651 Sybrooke Oaks Boulevard | 301-670-8242

Montgomery Village Middle School
19300 Watkins Mill Road | 301-840-4660

Neelsville Middle School
11700 Neelsville Church Road | 301-353-8064

Shady Grove Middle School
8100 Midcounty Highway | 301-548-7540

High Schools

Gaithersburg High School
101 Education Boulevard | 301-840-4700

Watkins Mill High School
10301 Apple Ridge Road | 301-840-3959
Watkins Mill Current online news

Options to MCPS High School Graduation

To find out more information about the schools your children might attend, visit the Montgomery County Public School System website.

Places of Worship

When the Kettler Brothers planned Montgomery Village, they included lots for places of worship. Initially, the lots were sold to individual congregations, but eventually they were donated and gratuities were paid back to those who had already purchased them. Here’s a list of current places of worship in and around Montgomery Village.

Beth Messiah Congregation
20300 Pleasant Ridge Drive | 240-292-9262

Christ the Servant Lutheran Church
9801 Centerway Road | 301-977-0285

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
20020 Montgomery Village Avenue | 301-330-1070

Covenant United Methodist Church
20301 Pleasant Ridge Drive | 301-926-8920

Kehilat Shalom
9915 Apple Ridge Road | 301-869-7699

Northgate Community Church
20300 Pleasant Ridge Drive | 301-840-9830

St. John Neumann Catholic Church
9900 Warfield Road, Gaithersburg | 301-977-5492

Goshen United Methodist Church
19615 Goshen Road, Gaithersburg | 301-977-5492

Medical Facilities

All Day Medical Care Clinic
8945 N. Westland Drive, Gatihersburg | 301-330-0006

Concentra Urgent Care
803 Russell Avenue, Gatihersburg | 301-869-0700

Holy Cross Germantown Hospital
19801 Observation Drive, Germantown | 301-557-6000

Shady Grove Adventist Hospital
9901 Medical Center Drive, Rockville | 240-826-6000



Washington Gas

Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission

Miss Utility

Verizon FiOS

Comcast Cable

State/County Resources


Chamber of Commerce

The Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce, located in Gaithersburg, Maryland, is a vibrant, dynamic organization of 400 members representing more than 20,000 employees in the Montgomery County Upcounty.

Housing Opportunities Commission (HOC)

The Housing Opportunities Commission (HOC) of Montgomery County administers rental assistance programs, such as the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) and Public Housing programs; finances, develops, and manages properties; offers mortgage programs for first-time homebuyers (and is one of the few housing authorities in the country that is empowered to issue bonds to fund those programs; and works to provide affordable housing and supportive services for Montgomery County residents.

Commission on Common Ownership Communities (CCOC)

Commission on Common Ownership Communities (CCOC)
This Montgomery County commission advises the County Executive and the County Council on ways to handle common ownership of property in communities; promotes public awareness of the rights and obligations of living in common ownership communities; eliminates disputes; and maintains property values and quality of life in community associations.