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Woodlawn is located in Baltimore County, Maryland, and in the 2010 census, the population was counted at 37,879 people, continue reading below for more demographics. Woodlawn is directly west of Baltimore City and is approximately 9.6 miles. It is a census-designated area and dates back to 1904.
Quite a few notable people have called Woodlawn home over the years. This includes Oscar and Golden Globe-winning actress and comedian, Mo'Nique, The Muppets Elmo voice actor, Kevin Clash, astronaut Robert Curbeam, Jr., and actress Nancy Travis among others.
The 2010 census also recorded the following data about residents in Woodlawn.
There are 14,618 households, and a population density of 3971.4 people per square mile. Of the households here is some data that the census recorded:
There are 7.3% of households with a person living alone who was 65 or older. As for the rest of the community, the majority of residents were aged 25-44 years old. For every 100 women age 18 and over, there were 84 men.
The Social Security Administration and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services are both headquartered in Woodlawn. Security Boulevard and Security Square Mall are both popular business areas. Woodlawn also features easy access to the Baltimore Beltway 695, for access across Maryland.
In 1941 the Woodlawn Volunteer Fire Company was founded for civil defense during World War II. After the war ended, the fire company started serving the local community. This volunteer department is joined by 32 other volunteer companies in Baltimore county.
The Lorraine Park Cemetary Gate Lodge is a historic gatehouse in Queen Anne-style stone. It was constructed in 1884 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. Also listed on the register in 1985 is St. Mary's Episcopal Church. It was built in 1873 and featured Carpenter Gothic styling.
The Woodlawn Museum is also a must-see for visitors. The building also dates back to the 1800s and the property features gardens, hiking trails, picnic areas and antiques to view. Continue reading to learn more about the history and shopping at Security Square.
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