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Maryland Median Age

Median Age in Largest Cities


RankMedian Age
1.Baltimore35
2.Columbia35.50
3.Silver Spring34.20
4.Dundalk39.20
5.Frederick33.80
6.Gaithersburg33.60
7.Wheaton-Glenmont35.70
8.Rockville37.80
9.Ellicott City37.30
10.Germantown31.30
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Cities with Lowest Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMedian Age
1.College Park21.70
2.Fort Meade22.60
3.Frostburg23.50
4.Andrews AFB24.50
5.Lexington Park26.80
6.Langley Park27.40
7.East Riverdale29.20
8.Riverdale Park29.40
9.Salisbury29.40
10.Landover29.50
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Cities with Highest Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMedian Age
1.Rossmoor76.90
2.Ocean Pines50.30
3.Parole48.40
4.Hampton47.70
5.Ocean City47.20
6.Lutherville-Timonium45.50
7.Pikesville45.40
8.Chevy Chase44.90
9.Potomac43.80
10.Linthicum Heights43.40
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Cities with Lowest Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMedian Age
1.Naval Academy20.90
2.College Park21.70
3.Fort Meade22.60
4.Frostburg23.50
5.Andrews AFB24.50
6.Lexington Park26.80
7.Langley Park27.40
8.Princess Anne28.20
9.East Riverdale29.20
10.Riverdale Park29.40
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Cities with Highest Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMedian Age
1.Rossmoor76.90
2.Solomons56.10
3.Oxford55.30
4.San Mar54.40
5.Kent Narrows53
6.Friendship Village51.30
7.Charlotte Hall50.30
8.Ocean Pines50.30
9.Parole48.40
10.Algonquin48.10
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