Welcome to the Town of Poolesville
Westerly I & I
The ongoing sewer rehabilitation project is now completing clean-out installation in front yards. The excavation will last until spring of 2014. Below is an estimate of when you might expect crews in your yard.
Gott Road; 11/18 - 11/27
Fletchall; 12/1 - 12/18
Luhn; 12/9 - 12/13
Westerly from Hughes toward Fisher
12/16 - 12/20
Municipal Lot For Sale
WWTP Solar Array
The Commissioners have approved a 1.1 mega watt solar array to satisfy the electrical demand at our Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) and various other municipal buildings at a per kwH rate below what is currently available from a connection to Potomac Edison.
The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) has paved the way for energy efficiency and renewable energy production in Maryland. Over the past several years, the MEA has created incentives and limited upfront costs for renewable energy systems through Solar Power Purchase Agreements (SPPA). These efforts have been implemented to help the State realize its Renewable Portfolio Standard goal of 20 percent renewable energy generation by 2022.
The Poolesville Planning Commission has been working nearly a year to develop the draft Zoning Map and Text amendments. A Public Hearing was held on October 16th to receive resident input. Click here for a copy of the revisions.
Poolesville Notification System
The Town is in the process of compiling a list of residents that would like to be included in an email alert system, PNS. The purpose of the PNS is to alert residents to water main breaks, storm damage clean-ups, public hearings and other important information.PNS is just another effort from your local government to disseminate information as quickly and efficiently as possible.
To receive notifications, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and request to be included. At anytime, you can be removed from PNS by simply clicking on the "unsubscribe" link.
Poolesville High School #1 school in the State of Maryland and DC Metropolitan area for the second year in a row by Newsweek magazine.
The rankings are based on state proficiency standards, how well they prepare students for college, as well as other factors. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® coursework and exams. The AP® participation rate at Poolesville High School is 80 percent.