River Hill is the last and westernmost village to be developed in the town of Columbia, Maryland, though numerous residents have addresses in Clarksville. The village is home to 6,520 residents in 2,096 housing units in 2014. The area was used as a game preserve by James Rouse to entertain clients and for personal hunting during the buildout of the Columbia project. Construction started on River Hill Village in 1990. It is bounded by Maryland Route 108 and Maryland Route 32, and is centered on Trotter Road. The village is divided into two neighborhoods: Pheasant Ridge and Pointers Run. It has the most open spaces of all of the Columbia villages.
The HCPSS schools that serve these neighborhoods are Pointers Run and Clarksville Elementary Schools, Clarksville Middle School and River Hill and Atholton High Schools.
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|Village of River Hill|
|Clarksville Elementary School|
|Pointers Run Elementary School|
|Clarksville Middle School|
|River Hill High School|
|Atholton High School|