Rockville, Maryland is located in Montgomery County. It is a part of the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area. A small Maryland town, Rockville has a total population of just over 60,000 people, according to 2009 statistics. The demographic statistics of Rockville include a large Chinese population, with 14% of the residents identifying themselves as Chinese. 68% of the population is white, and 6.8% of the population identifies themselves as African American. Gaithersburg and Bethesda border Rockville in the Piedmont area of the state. Before the city was incorporated in 1803 it was known by several different names, including Daley's Tavern and Owen's Ordinary. The city has a total of 13.4 miles of land. There are no major bodies of water located in the city of Rockville.The residents of Rockville still depend on the old fashioned way to located the businesses they need in the area. They use a Rockville, MD Yellow Pages Directory! The Rockville, MD Business Directory contains listings for any and every thing that you could need in Rockville! There are listings for hair salons, auto mechanics, doctors, dentists, and more!
All of the businesses you could need in Rockville are all found inside the big yellow book! You can search for what you need by name, or by service. The listings are listed in alphabetical order for the ability to easily find what you need. While the majority of Rockville residents use the print edition, an online edition of the directory is also available for those who prefer to use the world wide web. Both the print edition and online edition offer the same great listings. Residents can keep a copy inside of their home, or take the book with them wherever they go. Or, better yet, they can easily access the information they need to know while on the go with their laptop or netbook computers.Rockville has two sister cities. Those two cities are Pinneberg, Germany, and Jiaxing in the People's Republic of China. The relationship with Germany was established in 1957, and has celebrated over 50 years with the city. The relationship with Jiaxing only recently Began as a sister city in 2010.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan