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Facts about Upper Marlboro, MD
Upper Marlboro, officially the Town of Upper Marlboro, is the seat of Prince George’s County, Maryland. As of the 2020 census, the population was 652, although Greater Upper Marlboro is many times larger.
The courthouse has been a critical part of the town since it became the county seat in 1721. Since then, the courthouse in Upper Marlboro has seen many changes. Between 1798 and 1801, a new courthouse was constructed on the site of the old one. The courthouse was again rebuilt in the 1880s.
Upper Marlboro is the county seat of Prince George’s County, a large urban and suburban area of some 850,000 people adjacent to Washington. U.S. Route 301 and Maryland Route 4 intersect at the edge of town.
Inside of the city of Upper Marlboro, there are three bodies of water: Federal Spring Branch, Western Branch Patuxent River, and School House Pond.
Upper Marlboro’s economy consists of small businesses, with a majority of employment opportunities in the city in the courthouse. There are 26 shops and restaurants in Upper Marlboro, 22 of which are small businesses. The courthouse makes up a large amount of revenue for the city. The Enquirer-Gazette is the city’s weekly newspaper.
The Chesapeake Icebreakers of the East Coast Hockey League played two seasons in Upper Marlboro from 1997 to 1999 at The Show Place Arena, just outside town, before moving to Jackson, Mississippi.
Upper Marlboro is currently directly served by two state highways. Maryland Route 725 follows Main Street through downtown and connects the town to U.S. Route 301.
The U.S. Postal Service operates the Upper Marlboro Post Office.
The median income for a household in Upper Marlboro was $52,813, and the median income for a family was $58,542.
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Beltsville, Maryland 20705
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