County Information

Some of the cities, towns, and places in PrinceGeorges County are Accokeek, Adelphi, Andrews AFB, Aquasco, Ardmore, Avondale, Baden, Beltsville, Berwyn, Berwyn Heights, Bladensburg, Bowie, Brandywine, Brentwood, Brock Hall, Calverton, Camp Springs, Capitol Heights, Carmody Hills, Carole Highlands, Cedar Heights, Cedarville, Cheltenham, Cheverly, Chillum, Clinton, College Park, Collington, Colmar Manor, Coral Hills, Cottage City, Croom, Danville, District Heights, Eagle Harbor, East Riverdale, Edmonston, Fairmount Heights, Fairwood, Forest Heights, Forestville, Fort Washington, Friendly, Glassmanor, Glenarden, Glenn Dale, Good Luck, Green Meadows, Greenbelt, Hillandale, Hillcrest Heights, Hyattsville, Indian Creek Village, Kentland, Kettering, Konterra, Lake Arbor, Landover, Landover Hills, Langley Park, Lanham, Largo, Laurel, Lewisdale, Marlboro Meadows, Marlboro Village, Marlow Heights, Marlton, Meadows, Melwood, Mitchellville, Montpelier, Morningside, Mount Rainier, Muirkirk, National Harbor, New Carrollton, North Brentwood, North College Park, Oxon Hill, Palmer Park, Peppermill Village, Piscataway, Queen Anne, Queenland, Raljon, Riverdale Park, Rogers Heights, Rosaryville, Seabrook, Seat Pleasant, Silver Hill, South Bowie, South Laurel, Springdale, Suitland, Summerfield, Tantallon, Temple Hills, Tuxedo, University Park, Upper Marlboro, Vansville, Walker Mill, West Hyattsville, West Laurel, Westphalia, White Hall, Woodlawn, Woodmore, Woodyard

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Prince George's County (often shortened to PG County) is a county located in the U.S. state of Maryland, bordering the eastern portion of Washington, D.C. As of the 2010 U.S. Census, the population was 863,420, making it the second-most populous county in Maryland, behind Montgomery County. Its county seat is Upper Marlboro. It is the largest and one of the most affluent African American-majority counties in the United States, with five of its communities identified in a 2015 top ten list.Prince George's County is included in the Washington metropolitan area. The county also hosts many federal governmental facilities, such as Joint Base Andrews and the United States Census Bureau headquarters.