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 About Anne Arundel County
 A Great Place to Live

Home to a diverse population of more than 500,000 residents, Anne Arundel County boasts more than 500 miles of shoreline along the Chesapeake Bay. Anne Arundel County is a short distance from the urban cities of Baltimore and Washington, D.C., which have an array of arts, theater, cultural, and sports attractions.

Anne Arundel County’s access to water is unmatched by other Maryland counties, with aquatic options including boating, water sports, fishing, crabbing, sailing, and swimming to name a few. With two state parks, 70 county parks and several natural preserves, the county suits nature lovers, as well. Anne Arundel County is also home to the US Naval Academy and the state capital, Annapolis, which has a wonderful mix of historical buildings, boutique shopping, marinas, and great seafood. Anne Arundel County is a great place to work, live, and raise a family!

Nearby Attractions

  • Historic Annapolis
  • Baltimore Inner Harbor
  • Sandy Point State Park
  • The White House, The United States Capitol, The Washington Monument

Living in Anne Arundel County

Several local apartment rental communities offer reduced monthly rent, waiver of security deposit, and/or waiver of application fees to county teachers.  You may contact local apartment communities directly to determine any discounts that may apply..

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