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News Flash!

MISSING CAT:  Friendly, but never been out, so may be scared.  Text or call Bryan at 202-650-7678 or Mary at 301-639-2675.

Click HERE for a list of websites from the County and State where you can get information related to the COVID19 Public Health Emergency

Not-very-Fancy-but-Free, COTTON FACE MASKS (2 sizes, large* and medium) are available. Machine Washable (mesh bag suggested but not essential when washing).  Pick up from the milkbox at end of drive (behind pillar) at 3623 Petersville Rd (top of hill, chain link fence). Please only take what needed, and text 301-471-3717 if you take the last one.

*will fit over an N95 mask

Frederick County has launched a SEPTIC PUMP-OUT REBATE program for a $75.00 rebate for property owners that have their septic systems pumped out in 2018-2019. Regular pumping of septic systems every five years maintains the effectiveness and longevity of systems and reduces nutrient leaching over time. Click HERE for application materials.-

LOST AND FOUND PETS.  Text photos of pets lost and/or found in Rosemont to Beth Coyne at 301-471-3717 to have the information posted to the Village website.

If you are having problems with RECYCLING COLLECTION, please contact Cindy Johnson, FredCo Recycling Manager, at 301-600-2960 or recycle@frederickcountymd.gov.

Water Emergency?

Contact Frederick County Division of Utilities and Solid Waste Management. 

During business hours, call (301) 600-2187. After-hours, call (301) 600-2194. 

Billing Questions?  Call (301) 600-2354.


Hi Folks.  I hope everyone is well and you are enjoying this fall weather.  I would like to give you some information on the pond at Merryland Park.

Years ago, the Lions Club gave the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) the park and pond.  They only kept the building. Several years ago, we had a flood that brought the weeds into the pond that have been covering it for the last 2 years.  The flood also clogged the spring and pipe that feeds water to the pond with debris.  The filled in spring is now flowing over the parking lot and into the picnic area. making it a swamp.  The weed in the pond is called Duckweed and fills the pond in the summer, making fishing impossible.

I have been working with the DNR to fix the pond.  I talked with them this week and they said that they were almost ready to contract to repair the spring and replace the pipe to the pond.  They feel that the full flow of water into the pond will push the Duckweed into the overflow pipe and out of the pond.  They plan to have this completed by next spring.  If this doesn’t work, then they will put an aerating fountain in the pond.  We should see a lot of improvement next year.

The next Rosemont meeting will be on November 30. I will send out an agenda before the meeting.  Stay safe and please continue following CDC COVID19 Guidelines for protecting yourself and others!



Thomas Watson


240-409-5450 (Cell)

Recent Announcements

  • Agenda-11/30/2020 Village Mtg. Monday November 30 at 7PM at Merryland Park.  Please wear a mask Agenda  1  Present the income and expenditures for last year;  2  Discuss the method that we pay  the City of Brunswick for yard waste;  3  Discuss the upgrading of our website;  4  Review the mowing contract for Merryland Park;  5  Discuss a zoning violation and how to proceed.
    Posted Nov 23, 2020, 11:50 AM by Beth Coyne
  • MESSAGE FROM THE BURGESS (05/25/2020) Hi Folks,  I hope everyone is doing well .  Bulk trash pickup will be June 16 and 17.  That is a Tuesday and Wednesday.  John asked that you put your stuff out on Sunday evening, June 14.  He will pick up some items with the regular Monday trash pickup.  Please no tires, batteries, or hazardous materials. The Rosemont meeting is moved to Monday June 15, 7 pm,  at Merryland Park.  We are going to meet outside.  If you plan to attend, please bring your mask.  The only agenda item I have at this time is the budget approval.  A copy of the proposed budget can be found by clicking HERE.  For those interested, all of the Village budgets since 2011 can ...
    Posted Oct 9, 2020, 5:16 AM by Beth Coyne
  • MESSAGE FROM THE BURGESS (03/28/2020) Hi Folks, I hope everyone is staying well.  Click HERE for a list of web sites from the County and State where you can get information related to the COVID19 emergency. -Tom 
    Posted May 25, 2020, 7:10 PM by Beth Coyne
  • MESSAGE FROM THE BURGESS (03/16/2020) Hi Folks, The Village meeting scheduled for Monday, March 23 has been cancelled.  The next meeting will be June 1, 7pm at Merryland Park.  The following information was going to be announced at the meeting:Bulk trash pickup will be April 17 and 18 (see NEWS FLASH on right for details). The proposed budget for 2020-2021, which can be found by clicking here.  It will be voted on at the June 1 meeting.Any questions or issues, please send me an email or call.   -Tom
    Posted Mar 28, 2020, 8:20 AM by Beth Coyne
  • MESSAGE FROM THE BURGESS (11/29/2019) Hi Folks,I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving.  It won't be long until  Christmas, so I am wishing everyone a Merry Christmas now.Here are some of the things covered at the last Rosemont meeting...We presented the audit.  The State allowed us to do an internal audit.  We still had to provide the State and County with a copy.  You can find a copy on this web site by clicking HERE.  The good news is we had a surplus of $17,000 for the year ending June 30, 2019!  Commissioner Dave Blackmon moved out of town and resigned from the Commission.  Our charter requires that a vacancy be filled by a vote of the Burgess and Commissioners ...
    Posted Mar 20, 2020, 10:46 AM by Beth Coyne
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