Fallsmead

Fallsmead, built by Kettler Bros in 1969-1973, is a family-oriented community of approximately 300 homes located within the City of Rockville, Maryland. Every homeowner is automatically a member of the Fallsmead Homes Corporation and a part owner of the centrally located, seventeen-acre private park.

The community is anchored by the park, which houses the community’s various amenities. The park was landscaped by architect David B. Wolfe. It contains a pond, an extensive network of paved paths and wooded trails, a swimming pool, tennis courts, a playground, a basketball hoop, picnic tables, meadows and a level, grassy playing field.

Fallsmead is served by three top-rated Montgomery County public schools — Fallsmead Elementary, Frost Middle School, and Wootton High School — all within easy walking distance.

The Fallsmead swim team (the Sharks) are a member of MCSL, and provide a wonderful social and recreational opportunity for the children. An active homeowners association (the Fallsmead Homes Corporation Board of Directors) provides financial, organizational, social, and civic direction to the community. The Board of Directors holds two community-wide meetings each year to foster communication, obtain ideas from the community, and listen to community concerns.

Fallsmead is bounded by Falls Road and Wootton Parkway and located conveniently off of I-270 in the heart of Montgomery County.