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Why Rockville, MD Could be Your Next Hometown
Overview of the city

Rockville is a city in the central region of Montgomery County, Maryland, United States, and in addition to being the county seat, it forms part of the metropolitan area of Baltimore-Washington. Residents love the city because it is one of the major Montgomery County's retail hubs and there are several upscale regional shopping centers.

General Information

Rockville has a total population of 61,209 people, making it one of the densely populated areas in the state - there has been an increase in population by more than 30% over the past 15 years. The median cost of homes is $440,100 - one of the highest in the country, while the cost of living in the city is 54% higher than the average in the United States.

In terms of employment, Rockville has many good jobs for residents, and the unemployment rate is 3.9%, much lower than the US average of 6.3%. Some of the major employers here are Montgomery County Public Schools, City of Rockville, Montgomery County, Lockheed Martin Information Systems, Booz Allen Hamilton, Westat, Montgomery College, BAE Systems, Quest Software and Adventist HealthCare.

Location and Neighboring Cities

Rockville is located at the center of the Interstate 270 Technology Corridor, where there are many federal government institutions and where lots of software and biotechnology companies have their presence. Some of the neighboring cities are West End Park, Croydon Park, Hungerford Towne, Rockcrest, Westmore, Silver Rock, Falls Orchard, Woodley Gardens, Rockland, Broadwood Manor, Potomac Woods, Twin Brook, Glenora Hills, Twin Brook Forest, Rollins Park, Montrose, Montgomery Square and Walnut Woods.

What the City is Known For

There are many factors which favor Rockville as one of the best places to live in the United States. The city is known as one of the:

· 9 Best Extra Large Metro Areas for Teleworking

· 15 Healthiest Cities

· Most Secure Large Cities in the U.S.

· 14 Most Gender Balanced Cities

· 17 Cities on the Edge of Greatness

· 4 Cities with the Best Airports to Make a Connection

· 19 Most Secure Large Metro Areas to Live in the U.S.

· 16 Most Single Cities

· 11 Most Playful Cities in America

· 11 Most Competitive Private Colleges

· 22 America's Most Popular Cities for the Holidays

· 19 Most Competitive Public Colleges

· 26 Best Cities for Seniors

· 31 Most Romantic Cities for Boomers

· 26 Fiscally Fit Cities

· 37 Best Baseball Cities

· 46 Best Cities for Dating in America

· 41 Best Block Party Places

· 50 Most Energetic Cities

· 87 Best Green Cities

Rockville Main Transportation System

More than 61% of the residents of Rockville use their own cars for traveling, while the US average is 76%. A lot of people make use of mass transit - 20%, while the average in the country is 5%, and there is a good mass transit system to meet the needs of the residents and visitors.

The Rockville station is one of the stations serviced by the Red Line of the Washington Metro rail system. The station is near Park Road, located at Hungerford Drive. Rockville Station is located at the same the Rockville metro station on the MARC commuter rail system's the Brunswick Line, running to and from Washington, DC.

Intercity train service is provided by Amtrak, the national passenger rail system, to Rockville, and Amtrak Train 29 always departs Rockville daily with overnight service to Chicago and service to Pittsburgh. Amtrak Train 30 departs Rockville in the afternoon when returning to Washington Union Station.

Rockville Housing

Out of the 25,710 housing units in Rockville, more than 1,000 are available for new residents to rent, and more than 98% of them have the necessary plumbing and kitchen facilities and telephone service.

Rockville Standard of Living

More than 96% of the residents are employed, with more than 40% having management, business, science, and arts occupations, and very few, less than 4%, have production, transportation, and material moving occupations. The most popular industries employing are professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services.