Prince George's County

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Prince George’s County, also known as P.G. County, is uniquely positioned at the heart of the Washington, DC metropolitan region. Prince George’s is close to everything – just minutes from downtown Washington, DC, adjacent to Northern Virginia across the Potomac River, less than 25 minutes from historic Annapolis, and 45 minutes from the City of Baltimore and the Inner Harbor.

Living in Prince George’s County

  • A mere glance at the diversity of Prince George's County confirms its role as a cultural and economic leader of tomorrow. Encompassing almost 500 square miles, Prince George's County has an urban atmosphere that still manages to provide a scenic and peaceful place to live, work, and play.
  • Prince George’s County is the second largest county in the state of Maryland, with nearly 900,000 residents, which make up 203,520 households

Learning in Prince George’s County

Working in Prince George’s County

  • Prince George’s County has experienced tremendous growth over the past decade and is rapidly becoming the epicenter for economic development in the Washington metropolitan area.
  • The median household income for Prince George's County is $76,741 compared to a United States median household income of $56,516.  

Relaxing in Prince George’s County

  • Prince George’s is home for some of the region’s top attractions. Visit the Washington metropolitan area’s only theme park, Six Flags America, experience exciting events at FedEx Field – home of the NFL Washington Redskins football team, Bowie Baysox Minor League Baseball, the University of Maryland, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Show Place Arena, the Publick Playhouse. And, now open on the banks of the Potomac River, National Harbor and the Gaylord Resort & Convention Center.

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