Is located in the lower wing of McCathran Hall The office is usually open Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Clerk-Treasurer Kathy Lehman is available to answer your questions. Please drop by or call the office at 301-926-2256.
Are levied annually and billed and collected by Montgomery County. The Town taxes fund trash collection, leaf collection, snow removal, road repairs and park maintenance, and help to operate recreation facilities and programs. In May, the Town Council recommends a proposed budget to the Town, and the final budget is adopted by citizen vote at the annual Town Meeting on the second Saturday in June. Copies of the budget are available from the Clerk-Treasurer.
1612 Tax Reminder
Please fill in Washington Grove 1612 in the appropriate box on your State income tax form. If someone else prepares your tax forms, include this notice with your tax information and if you file electronically; be sure to select Washington Grove under City, Town or Taxing Area. This does not increase your taxes, but does help ensure that the Town receives its proper share of local income tax revenue. Thanks for you help!
Related Link: Maryland Individual Income Tax Forms
In order to vote in Town elections and at Town Meeting, you must be currently registered to vote in Montgomery County at an address in Washington Grove. To verify your registration with the County, call Voter Registration Information at 240-777-8683.
There is no street delivery in Washington Grove. The Washington Grove Post Office has post office boxes for rent. Residents along Washington Grove Lane may use a Gaithersburg mailing address if they want to get mail delivery in approved mailboxes.
111 Washington Grove Lane
Washington Grove, Md., 20880
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday-Friday;
8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Saturday; closed Sunday.
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Roy McCathran, the Town's first mayor, referred poetically to Washington Grove as "a town within a forest, an oasis of tranquility and a rustic jewel in the diadem of the great free state of Maryland."
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