Hunt Valley, an affluent community within Baltimore County, Maryland, is a mix of fine homes and outstanding businesses.
The home of the Maryland Hunt Cup, Hunt Valley is east of Maryland’s famed horse country. The Maryland Hunt Cup is the competition of horse steeplechase and jumping dating back to 1894. Nearby is the growing area of Timonium, the home of the Timonium Race Course and Pimlico Race Course, the home of the Preakness.
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Hunt Valley is located near Interstate 83 and Maryland Route 45. Hunt Valley is the northern terminus of the Baltimore area mass transit Light Rail. It is also served by the Route 9 bus, which runs on a 20 minute frequency cycle.
Hunt Valley is an unincorporated region within Baltimore County. It is served by the Cockeysville, Maryland post office. The region has two zip codes, 21031 and 21030 and two area codes, 410 and 433.
Hunt Valley Employment and Business
This convenient location has brought many businesses to the Hunt Valley area. McCormick & Co., Systems Alliance, Inc., BreakAway Games, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Dunbar Armored Vehicles, KCI Technologies, and ZeniMax Online Studios are located in Hunt Valley
Shoppers in Hunt Valley will appreciate the wide selection of shops and restaurants at Hunt Valley Towne Centre. The centre features Wegmans grocery store as well as movie theatres and specialty shops.
There are no incorporated municipalities within Baltimore County, a county that stretches from the Chesapeake Bay to the Maryland-Pennsylvania state line. Hunt Valley, as well as other communities within Baltimore County include Baldwin, Boring, Brooklandville, Butler, Chase, Fork, Fort Howard, Germantown, Glen Arm, Glencoe, Glyndon, Halethorpe, Hereford, Hydes, Jacksonville, Long Green, Maryland Line, Monkton, Nottingham, Oella, Parkton, Phoenix, Ruxton, Sparks, Sparrows Point, Stevenson, Turners Station, Upper Falls, Upperco and White Hall. Baltimore County is home to the communities if Arbutus, Baltimore Highlands, Bowleys Quarters, Carney, Catonsville, Cockeysville, Dundalk, Edgemere, Essex, Garrison, Hampton, Kingsville, Lansdowne, Lochearn, Lutherville, Middle River, Mildford Mill, Overlea, Owings Mills, Parkville, Perry Hall, Pikesville, Randallstown, Reistertown, Rosedale, Rossville, Timonium, Towson, White Marsh, Woodlawn and Mays Chapel.
Communities like Hunt Valley are served by the Baltimore County Public School District. The district serves more than 107,033 students in 174 schools, programs and centers. It is the 26th largest school district in the nation and the third largest in Maryland.
Baltimore County Public School District employs 8,792 teachers for a total of 18,783 employees. The district has a $1.5 billion yearly budget.
According to Baltimore County Public School District officials, the students earned $103.7 million in scholarships in 2012. More than 7,300 students graduate from the Baltimore County Public School District annually. More than 87.5 percent of all graduates seek higher education. The district’s high standards of education include an International Baccalaureate program at two high schools, and an average of 17 advanced placement courses at each high school.
More than half of all Baltimore County Public School District’s traditional and magnet high schools are listed among the nation’s top schools. The Washington Post named 13 of the district’s high schools in the top 9 percent in the nation. Eleven schools were among Newsweek/The Daily Beast’s list of America’s Best High Schools.
The Baltimore County Public School District has the second highest graduation rate among the nation’s largest school districts, as honored by Education Week in June 2013.
In addition to a nationally recognized music program, the Baltimore County Public School District was recognized by Education Week, the International Society for Technology in Education, National Public Radio, and more, for the district’s creation of technology partnerships with companies such as Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, The John Hopkins University and area software developers.
The region is home to Towson University, the University of Maryland, Goucher College, Stevenson University, and the Community College of Baltimore County. Loyola College in Maryland has a campus in Hunt Valley. Its main campus is in the city of Baltimore.
Hunt Valley is located north of the city of Baltimore. The community offers a wide variety of homes from starter homes and condos to estate living. The median income for a Baltimore County household was $50,667. The median income for a Baltimore County family was $59,998.
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|2010 to 2012 Changeup 1.5%|
|Age Distribution (Years Old)|
|0 to 46.0%|
|5 to 1721.7%|
|18 to 6457.2%|
|65 and Older15.1%|
|White (not Hispanic)61.4%|
|Place of Birth|
|High School Graduate, Age 25+89.2%|
|Bachelor's Degree or Higher, Age 25+35.2%|
|English is Second Language, Age 5+12.6%|
|English is First Language, Age 5+87.4%|
|Per Capita Income$34,304|
|Median Household Income$65,411|
|People in Poverty8.2%|
|Average Work Commute Time29 minutes|
|Total Housing Units336,939|
|Average Household Size2.48|
|Owner-Occupied Median Value$269,400|
|New Private Housing Issued 2012695|
|Years at Residence|
|1 Year or More87.5%|
|Less Than 1 Year12.5%|
|Business and Employment|
|Private non-farm Establishments19,627|
|Private non-farm Employment310,726|
|Private non-farm Employment Growth0.0%|
|Number of Firms76,111|
|Business Ownership by Ethnicity and Gender|
|Value of Shipments$9,247,191,000|
|Accommodation and Food Services$15,341|
|Sales Per Capita$1,414,111,000|
|Land Area598.30 sq. miles|
|Population Per Square Mile1,346|
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