Montgomery County’s Licensure and Regulatory Services will move to the County’s new Wheaton Office Building on Friday, Oct. 23. In preparation for the move, the current office at 255 Rockville Pike in Rockville will be closed to the public at noon on Oct. 23. Walk-in services will reopen to the public at the new location at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 28.
The new location, located at 2425 Reedie Drive, 9th floor, is part of the County’s Wheaton Revitalization Project. The County built a 14-story office building in the Wheaton Triangle business district.
During the temporary office closure, residents can email email@example.com or call 311 with questions. They also can go to the Licensure and Regulatory Services’ website for more information.
The Licensure and Regulatory Service, which is part of the Department of Health and Human Services, handles licensing issues including food service establishments such as restaurants, grocery stores, bars, mobile food trucks, farmers markets, nursing homes assisted living facilities, group homes, swimming pools, massage establishments and video games facilities. The program also enforces the County’s smoking, trans fat and menu labeling laws, as well as regulations related to short-term rentals and the control of rats.