This article is sponsored by Maryland Injury Guys, the personal injury lawyers in District Heights. Our law firm supports visitors and locals in learning more about what District Heights has to offer.
District Heights is an incorporated city located 9.85 miles from central Washington. It is part of Prince George's County in Maryland. Originally farmland owned by Major Leander P. Williams, District Heights was part of Lord Baltimore's four patents – "Good Luck," "Magruder's Plains Enlarged," "the Levels," and "Offutt's Adventure" – issued by King Charles I of Great Britain. In 1925, Joseph Tepper, David L. Blanken, Henry Oxenberg, Gilbert Leventhal, Simon Gordon, and Simon Gerber bought the land and created the District Heights Company. By 1925, streets were paved. By 1936, there were officially 35 homes, two businesses, a grocery store, a water tower, a sewage system, and a free bus service.
As of the 2010 U.S. Census, the city of District Heights has a population of 5,837 people, with a population density of 6,276.3 people per square mile. The racial makeup of the census-designated place being:
The census recorded 1,505 families and 2,050 households. These households consisted of:
There was an average household and family size of 2.85 and 3.31, respectively. The median income for a household living in this city in 2019 was $78,525.
The city of District Heights strives to provide an enriching and inclusive atmosphere for the residents living in this community. The District Heights Recreation located on Marbury Dr. hosts several recreational programs for residents of all financial backgrounds. These programs were created to add to the quality of life for the citizens of District Heights. Some of the programs available are an open gym, the District Heights Boys and Girls Club, football registration, chair aerobics, a weight loss support group (TOPS), line and hand dance classes, crocheting classes, and a fitness center.
On the other side of District Heights, located on Marlboro Pike, is the Parkland Shopping Center. This is where locals and visitors of District Heights can shop and dine. Some of their best restaurants are around there. Check out Caribbean Grill LLC, NY Chicken and Grill, the Uncaged Chefs District Heights, or Hiphop Fish & Chicken if you're ever in the area. Continue learning more about the community by reading about the city of Arnold Heights.
Contact our District Heights personal injury lawyer, if you or a loved one has been hurt due to negligence. We want to help you secure the compensation you deserve. We're located in the Penn Station Shopping Center on Marlboro Pike. Schedule your free consultation today to learn more.
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