Montgomery County Maryland
Regional Service Centers &
Citizens Advisory Boards
Regional Service Centers
East County Citizens Advisory Board (ECCAB)
the Website of the
Citizens Advisory Board. The Board represents the interests of citizens
before County, State and Federal officials and agencies. We meet once a
month on the first Wednesday of every month (except in August) at the
Upcounty Advisory Board (UCAB)
- The Upcounty Citizens Advisory Board (UCAB) represents more than 280,000
residents in the upcounty area, north of Shady Grove Road and including the
communities of Boyds, Clarksburg, Darnestown, Damascus, Derwood,
Gaithersburg, Germantown, Goshen, Laytonsville, Hyattstown, Dickerson,
Barnesville, Beallsville, Tobytown, Washington Grove, Montgomery Village,
Poolesville and parts of North Potomac.
- The UCAB meetings are held on Monday evenings at 7:00 p.m. at the
Upcounty Regional Services Center (unless otherwise noted), 12900
Middlebrook Road, Conference Room A, Germantown, Maryland 20874. The center
is located at the intersection of Middlebrook Road and Route 118 adjacent to
the Germantown Commons Shopping Center. All UCAB and committee meetings are
open to the public.
Western Montgomery Citizens Advisory Board
- The Western Montgomery County Citizens Advisory Board is comprised of 15
representatives from both the residential and business communities in
Bethesda, Cabin John, Chevy Chase, Friendship Heights, Garrett Park, Glen
Echo, North Bethesda, and Potomac. The Board members are appointed by the
County Executive and confirmed by the County Council.
- The Board meets on the third Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the
Bethesda-Chevy Chase Regional Services Center. The Board meetings are open
to the public.
Mid-County Citizens Advisory Board
The Mid-County Citizens Advisory Board (MCCAB) serves as Montgomery County’s
bridge to the 220,000 residents and businesses throughout the 99 square
miles of the Mid-County service area. The boundaries of that area extend
north to Howard County; south to the Beltway, I-495; east to Sligo Creek
Parkway, and west to Rock Creek Park. The MCCAB serves as liaison between
the wide network of communities including Aspen Hill, Brookeville, Capital
View, Derwood, Flower Valley, Forest Glen, Glenmont, Kemp Mill, Kensington,
Layhill, Laytonsville, Norbeck, Olney, Sandy Spring, Upper Rock Creek, and
Wheaton; and Montgomery County agencies. The Board provides advice and
recommendations to the County Executive on policy and budget issues,
planning and goal setting procedures, and legislative matters; educates the
community on governmental structures and services; and acts as a facilitator
to foster solutions to community problems, needs, and issues.
The MCCAB meets on the third Tuesday of each month except August, at the
Mid-County Regional Services Center, 2424 Reedie Drive, Wheaton, Maryland
Silver Spring Citizens Advisory Board
- This Board discusses and acts on a wide range of issues that affect the
Silver Spring Region, which includes the west-east area between Rock Creek
Park & the Prince Georges County line, & the north-south boundary of I-495 &
the District of Columbia, including all of the City of Takoma Park, & all of
Four Corners, including the Four Corners neighborhoods north of I-495.
- Meetings are usually held the second Monday evening of each month at
various locations in Silver Spring.
Census data - 2005