Oakmont is a lovely tree-lined residential community of 60 homes and fewer than 200 residents, many of them drawn by the proximity of the National Institutes of Health across the street, by the County’s Ayrlawn Park at the end of our streets, and by the sense of community exhibited in our annual town picnic.
Covering approximately 18.5 acres off Old Georgetown Road in Bethesda, Maryland, Oakmont consists of just two streets, both sides of Oak Place and the south side of Oakmont Avenue. It was chartered by the State in 1918, and as an incorporated town of Montgomery County, Oakmont collects taxes for use in carrying out its responsibility to maintain its streets, including lighting, and manage sanitation services.
To learn more about our town, visit:
- Building Permits – An Oakmont permit is required for construction within the town
- Town Directory – A listing of contact information for town residents (access limited to residents)
- History – Oakmont’s origins
- Community Resources – Links and contact information for various resources, including the school system, utilities, and local governments
- Contact Us – How to reach town officers and employees