Edgewood, Maryland - Facts & Figures
Edgewood, Maryland is a census-designated place in the southern part of Harford County. The city makes up 18 square miles, of which only .1 square miles is water. About 94% of the population in Edgewood is under 65 years of age. The average family size is 3.21. Little regard is given to preserving historic sites, but the city of Edgewood is home to a few historic sites, including the Hotel, Old Edgewood Post Office, Hanson Farmhouse, and Edgewood Diner. Edgewood boasts the Pooles Island Light, the oldest lighthouse still standing in Maryland and the fourth oldest in Chesapeake Bay.
- Population: 25,562
- Industries: Public administration, Construction, Other services, except public administration Health care and social assistance, Retail trade, Public administration, Educational services
- Area Codes: 410, 443
- ZIP Codes: 21040
- Surrounding Cities: Aberdeen, Perry Hall, Joppatowne, Middle River