montgomery county civic federation, inc.


The Montgomery County Civic Federation membership year runs from July 1 through the following June 30.  There are five membership categories.

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Montgomery County Civic Federation

The mission of the MCCF is to preserve and improve the quality of life for all current and future residents of Montgomery County, Maryland.  Since its founding in 1925, the volunteers of the MCCF have committed themselves to providing an effective citizen voice to government policy makers, both elected and appointed.  [Read a History of the MCCF.]

The Civic Federation is a not-for-profit, county-wide umbrella group designed to promote cooperation, education, and effectiveness of civic and community associations in Montgomery County.  It addresses a wide range of concerns in transportation, land use, environment, education, budget and finance, health and human services, public safety, and ethics.  With its strength of numbers and thoroughness of its deliberations, the Federation influences county policy and balances the activities of vested county pressure groups.

The MCCF membership consists of neighborhood associations, as well as homeowner and condominium associations, which appoint voting delegates to the Federation.  In addition, individuals may join as nonvoting Individual Associates.  The membership year runs from July 1 through the following June 30.

The Federation meets monthly, on the second Monday evening of each month (except July and August), in the first floor auditorium of the County Council Building in Rockville [Directions].  Most monthly delegate assemblies include an informational program, on a timely topic of interest, followed by the business portion of the meeting.  The public is welcome to attend.

The MCCF monitors county and state policies and legislation affecting our communities and quality of life.  It also conducts in-depth studies of critical issues, and often adopts Resolutions or positions on them which are communicated to government.  Recognized as the primary voice of residents, the Federation is given representation on several county boards, commissions, advisory committees, and working groups.

The monthly MCCF newsletter keeps our members and the public informed on issues.

Officers & Committees

The elected Board, appointed officers, and chairs of committees are all unpaid positions.  These volunteers serve in order to improve the quality of life for all residents of Montgomery County.  A term of office runs two years, from July through June. Click on the link below to see current officers.