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The Woodley Gardens Park off Nelson Street, Rockville, Md. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post

The Woodley Gardens Park off Nelson Street, Rockville, Md. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post

Condos at Park Potomac Place, Rockville, Md. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post

Condos at Park Potomac Place, Rockville, Md. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post

Montgomery College, Rockville Campus, Rockville, Md. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post

Montgomery College, Rockville Campus, Rockville, Md. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post

Apartments off Nelson Street near Montgomery College, Rockville, Md. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post

Apartments off Nelson Street near Montgomery College, Rockville, Md. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post

Townhouses near Montgomery College, Rockville, Md. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post

Townhouses near Montgomery College, Rockville, Md. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post

Avg Home Sold Price
$430,946

Last six months

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Avg Monthly Rent
$1,367

Based on 1Bd, 1 Bath

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Demographics

Population
45,543
Population Change Since 2000
16%
Population Change Since 1990
30%
Population Density
5,064
Median Annual Household Income
$78,940
Change in Avg Income Since 2000
22%
Change in Avg Income Since 1990
58%
Households with Children
23.0%
Avg Residents per Home
2.1
Median Age
39
Married
53%
Single
30%
Divorced
9%

Real Estate

Owner-Occupied Homes
49%
Renter-Occupied Homes
45%
Vacant Homes
6%
Median Years in Residence
2.9
Annual Residential Turnover
22%
Median Age of Homes (Years)
27

Transportation

Average Commute Time
28.3 min
Distance to Nearest Airport (Mile)
15.0
Drive/Carpool
75%
Public Transit
17%
Walk/Bike/Other
3%
Work at Home
5%

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Gov. Larry Hogan's pick for transportation secretary has been given unanimous approval by a Senate committee.

Former Fairfax board chair Hanley appointed to county electoral board

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Man arrested at White House in Feb. enters agreement

A man charged with trying to climb a barrier set up outside the White House has entered into an agreement with prosecutors to have his case dismissed.

Two men seek access to White House area

A roundup of news from across the Washington region.

Common Core testing trouble: Computer problems, student protests and more

Common Core testing trouble: Computer problems, student protests and more

The 2015 testing season gets into full swing.

Rally scheduled to support bill against fracking in Maryland

Bob Orr is worried what fracking might do to Deep Creek Lake. Tiffany Blackden is scared for her son.

Veteran Democratic Sen. Mikulski won't seek re-election

Veteran Democratic Sen. Mikulski won't seek re-election

Sen. Barbara Mikulski, a tough and dogged daughter of working class Baltimore who rose to become the longest-serving woman in the history of Congress, said she had one question as she weighed seeking a sixth term: "Do I spend my time raising money, or do I spend my time raising hell?"

Baltimore County officers shoot armed suspect in city

Authorities say three Baltimore County police officers shot an armed suspect during an investigation in northeast Baltimore City.

PM Update: Refreeze tonight after some daytime melting; Wintry mix arrives midday Tuesday

PM Update: Refreeze tonight after some daytime melting; Wintry mix arrives midday Tuesday

We're headed back into the teens and 20s again tonight, which helps set the stage for a cold one tomorrow. Add in some precipitation and iciness is a concern.

Too many African Americans plan too little for death, experts say

Too many African Americans plan too little for death, experts say

At a forum entitled "The Journey Home: An African American Conversation," senior citizen advocates, morticians, pastors, financial planners and even an emergency room physician came together to talk about death, dying and end-of life choices.

Big Ten schools stage an in-your-face take on rape, drinking and social media

Big Ten schools stage an in-your-face take on rape, drinking and social media

Big Ten schools use a play about a gang rape to open a dialogue about painful topics.

Washingtonians lose it upon hearing March snow forecast

Washingtonians lose it upon hearing March snow forecast

Many of you are sick and tired of winter. We hear you -- we just can't do anything about it.

Former Virginia player Singletary arrested on DUI charge

Former University of Virginia basketball player Sean Singletary has been charged in Charlottesville with driving under the influence and refusing a breath test.

Brief, light wintry mix likely Tuesday afternoon and evening

Brief, light wintry mix likely Tuesday afternoon and evening

Slick sidewalks, driveways, and side roads are possible for Tuesday's afternoon rush hour, especially in our colder suburbs.

New fire chief named in District of Columbia

A new fire chief has been named in the nation's capital, where the fire department has been struggling to meet the demands of a growing population and rapidly increasing number of emergency calls.

Former Va. mayor gets suspended sentence for sexual battery

The former mayor of Culpeper has received a suspended sentence after a judge affirmed his conviction on a misdemeanor count of sexual battery.

Court in Va. hears media's gag order appeal in mine case

A lawyer for five media organizations has urged a federal appeals court to toss out a gag order in former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship's criminal case.

Sen. Barbara Mikulski's most colorful moments

Sen. Barbara Mikulski's most colorful moments

Sen. Mikulski is known for her sharp tongue. Here's a round up of some of her best lines over the past few decades.

Part of Nanticoke River closed to shellfish harvesting

The Maryland Department of the Environment has ordered part of the Nanticoke River because of elevated bacteria levels.

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