FREDERICK COUNTY, MARYLAND

MUNICIPALITIES

Frederick County has twelve municipalities: Brunswick, Burkittsville, Emmitsburg, Frederick, Middletown, Mount Airy, Myersville, New Market, Rosemont, Thurmont, Walkersville, and Woodsboro. Frederick was the first locality to incorporate in Frederick County in 1816. It was followed by Emmitsburg (1824), Thurmont (1831), Middletown (1833), Woodsboro (1836), New Market (1878), Brunswick (1890), Walkersville (1892), Burkittsville (1894), Mount Airy (1894), Myersville (1904), and Rosemont (1953).

BRUNSWICK
(formerly Berlin)

Incorporated 1890 (Chapter 577, Acts of 1890)
Population (1990 census): 5,267


BURKITTSVILLE

Incorporated 1894 (Chapter 652, Acts of 1894)
Population (1990 census): 191


EMMITSBURG

Incorporated 1824 (Chapter 29, Acts of 1824)
Population (1990 census): 2,073


FREDERICK

Incorporated 1816 (Chapter 74, Acts of 1816)
Population (1990 census): 45,564


MIDDLETOWN

Incorporated 1833 (Chapter 143, Acts of 1833)
Population (1990 census): 2,053


MOUNT AIRY

Carroll & Frederick Counties
Incorporated 1894 (Chapter 91, Acts of 1894)
Population (1990 census): 3,730 (in Frederick County: 2,410)


MYERSVILLE

Incorporated 1904 (Chapter 94, Acts of 1904)
Population (1990 census): 780


NEW MARKET

Incorporated 1878 (Chapter 90, Acts of 1878)
Population (1990 census): 329


ROSEMONT

Incorporated 1953 (Chapter 262, Acts of 1953)
Population (1990 census): 305 (est.)


THURMONT

Incorporated 1831 as Mechanicstown (Chapter 111, Acts of 1831).
Incorporated 1894 as Thurmont (Chapter 16, Acts of 1894).
Population (1990 census): 4,396


WALKERSVILLE

Incorporated 1892 (Chapter 351, Acts of 1892)
Population (1990 census): 4,506


WOODSBORO

Incorporated 1836 (Chapter 299, Acts of 1836)
Population (1990 census): 656

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