Carroll County MD
Carroll County was created in 1837 from parts of Baltimore and Frederick Counties. It was named for Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737–1832), signer of the American Declaration of Independence.
Carroll County is located within an hour and a half of Washington DC and is one of the counties that make up Maryland's northern border with Pennsylvania. The county has a land area of approximately 450 square miles. The county sees itself as a place that offers a safe environment in which all its citizens may reside, work, shop, learn, and play. It also sees itself as a place that wants to protect and preserve its rural character.
Helpful Carroll County Links:
Carroll County Public Schools
Carroll County Government