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Frederick MD

Frederick is the second largest incorporated city in Maryland and is located less than an hour from Washington, D.C., Baltimore, MD, and Gettysburg, PA. Home to museums, wineries, theaters, and parks, Frederick has been ranked as the “Eighth Small Arts City in the U.S.” by Style Magazine.

Frederick is an amalgamation of the modern and the historical, featuring both a high-tech research installation and a 40-block historical district within its borders. Frederick has a strong job market, with both large and small businesses thriving, as well as a deeply rooted agricultural industry.

Who you need to know in Frederick, MD

Frederick is governed by a Board of Aldermen. The board is made up of six members, including the Mayor, who serve as a legislative body for the city. The board members are chosen by elections every four years.

Click here to learn more about the current Board of Aldermen in Frederick.

What you need to know about Frederick, MD

Frederick is the county seat of Frederick County, which has a Chamber of Commerce made up of more than 1,000 businesses and organizations within its borders. The Frederick Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization that has been working diligently since 1912 to promote business, enhance economic opportunities, and improve the quality of life for residents.

Click here to learn more about the Frederick Chamber of Commerce.

Frederick has a Visitor Center at the edge of downtown that can be a great resource for learning about the area. The Frederick Visitor Center features over 2000 square feet of exhibits, an award-winning orientation film, and welcoming hosts ready to provide maps, directions, and information about local points of interest.

Click here to learn more about the Frederick Visitor Center.

Places to know in Frederick, MD

Frederick Police Department
For emergencies, dial 9-1-1.
For non-emergencies, call 301-600-2100.

If you have a medical emergency, go to Frederick Memorial Hospital.
Frederick Memorial Hospital offers comprehensive outpatient care, immediate care services, and a wide variety of state-of-the-art surgical, emergency, and inpatient care services.

Education in Frederick is operated through Frederick County Public Schools. Maryland has been ranked among the top states for public education the U.S. since 2009 and FCPS consistently outperforms both state and national averages on testing measures such as the SAT. In 2015, FCPS had a graduation rate of 93.5% and only a 3.5% dropout rate.

Frederick County Public Libraries have 8 branches spread around the county, including the Urbana Regional Library in Frederick. They are known for effective and engaging programming for all ages. Take a look at their upcoming events.

If you’re interested in learning about all the great community arts programs in Frederick, check out the Frederick Arts Council. With programs, events, grants, and artist support, Frederick is a great home for artists and art lovers.

Asuncion Dental Group is proud to be a leading dental practice in the great city of Frederick. We are always welcoming of new patients of all ages. Click here to learn more about Asuncion Dental Group.