Our Neighborhoods

Harford County, Maryland is part of the Greater Baltimore Region, located on I-95 in the heart of the East Coast and Mid-Atlantic United States. Harford County's location, highly skilled workforce, business-friendly environment, and unparalleled quality of life offer the ultimate setting for growing businesses and families. The county’s 3 municipalities, Aberdeen, Bel Air, and Havre de Grace, are only minutes apart and offer a unique flavor and a variety of diverse attractions and world-class amenities.

Bel Air
Located in the heart of Harford County, Bel Air offers its visitors big-city convenience in a small town package. Picturesque parks, rambling Victorians, cordial pubs, and charming boutiques welcome visitors off the street. Trendy stores and restaurant chains fuse with farmers markets and local craftsmen to offer a wide variety of cuisine, goods, and gifts. Nestled between manicured suburbs and scenic pastures, Main Street Bel Air hums with cultural activity year round. Popular annual events include the Chocolate Festival, the Farm Fair, and the Maryland State BBQ Championship.

Havre de Grace
Located in eastern Harford County on the banks of the Susquehanna River is a charming waterfront community rich with history and maritime heritage. This “City by the Bay” offers a truly authentic Chesapeake Bay experience, with a delightful mix of restaurants, unique bed and breakfast inns, specialty boutiques and antique shops. Waterfront trails, world-class golf, scenic parks and promenades characterize this charming city, which is host to the McDonald’s LPGA Tournament at Bulle Rock Golf Course, one of sixteen 5-star Zagat rated golf courses in the U.S.

Aberdeen
Aberdeen’s convenient location on the I-95 corridor has made it one of Harford County’s fastest growing communities and created high demand for business and tourist activity. Aberdeen is a diverse municipality successfully balancing a booming technology sector with the warmth of small town flavor. A unique hometown energy is generated here by the synergy of high-tech companies, like Battelle and APG, partnering with family oriented communities to build handsome neighborhoods, advanced educational environments, like the Higher Education and Conference Center (HECC) at HEAT and Aberdeen Science and Math Academy, and exciting leisure activities, including Ripken Stadium.

Churchville
Churchville is a mid-size zip code nestled between Harford’s 3 municipalities. Its unique central location, suburban amenities, and friendly neighborhoods make it a favorite choice for many Harford County families. In Churchville, historic churches, cheerful orchards, and wholesome outdoor markets fuse seamlessly with inviting restaurants, appealing shops, and animated recreational activities, including miniature golf, and tennis.

Northern Harford County
  • Darlington
  • Pylesville
  • Street
  • Whiteford
  • Whitehall
Picturesque landscapes adorned with sprawling farm homes, rambling hills, and bustling villages characterize scenic north Harford. The immense natural area, bordered by southern Pennsylvania and the Susquehanna River, has been largely preserved for agriculture and is home to a thriving thoroughbred breeding industry. Formerly the home of an enterprising slate and green marble mining industry, area attractions now include Fiore Winery, a lively vineyard recognized internationally for their award winning spirits, Geneva Farm Golf Course, a challenging public 18-hole green, and Rock State Park, a wooded treasure distinguished by unique stone landmarks and breathtaking waterfalls. Numerous outdoor festivals and events take place annually including the Fiore Wine and Jazz Festival, the Darlington Apple Festival, town fairs, polo matches, fox hunts, and steeple chase races.

Southern Harford County
  • Abingdon
  • Belcamp
  • Edgewood
  • Joppa
Driven by its strategic location, proximity to I-95, thriving business environment, and easily accessible MARC Train access, southern Harford County teems with activity. The diverse and culturally rich area is home to some of Harford’s largest companies, including SafeNet, SAIC, EAI Corporation, Custom Direct, McCormick Company and Procter and Gamble. Waterfront executive housing and premier corporate campuses straddle the U.S. Route 40 Corridor, which joins Baltimore, Harford, and Cecil Counties. Tranquil golf courses, spirited recreation centers, large movie-theaters, trendy brand-name stores, and state-of-the-art libraries guarantee residents infinite entertainment opportunities.

Mid-Western Harford County
  • Baldwin
  • Fallston
  • Forest Hill
  • Jarrettsville
  • Monkton
Mid-western Harford County, bordered by Baltimore County, offers residents express access to urban amenities without compromising its suburban appeal. Its strategic location, scenic setting, and abundant recreational opportunities has made it one of the wealthiest and fastest growing regions in the county. Sophisticated boutiques, contemporary athletic clubs, convenience stores, and fine dining frame this once largely agricultural community. Western Harford attractions include Ladew Topiary Gardens, a 22-acre world-renowned historic manor home and garden, the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra, an 80 member ensemble, and Boordy Vineyard, a nearby Baltimore County winery.