What towns are in Harford County?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Harford County is approximately 25 miles north of Baltimore. Here you can find a number of beautiful communities that have good proximity to the city, but still manage to retain small-town charm. Apartments in Harford County can be found in a number of different cities, such as Aberdeen and Bel Air. Aberdeen is near the I-95 corridor and is a popular choice for commuters since both the APG and the Amtrak station are nearby. Over 22,000 residents live here.

Bel Air is right in the middle of the county and it is home to annual events such as the Chocolate Festival, the Farm Fair, and the Maryland State BBQ. The population of the city is just over 38,000 people. Northern Harford County includes towns such as Darlington and Street, and southern Harford County is where cities like Joppa, Abingdon and Edgewood are found. The mid-west region has towns such as Forest Hill and Fallston. There are plenty of cities to choose from in Harford County, each with its own sense of community and convenient access to downtown Baltimore.

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