Located in Baltimore County, the city of Cockeysville is known as one of the best places to live in Maryland. It offers residents plenty of choices when it comes to dining, shopping, professional services, churches, and parks. Here you'll also find plenty of antique stores and one-of-a-kind family-owned retail shops.
Cockeysville is considered to be a very family-friendly city, with 55 percent of the city's population having children under the age of 18. It's also extremely popular among young professionals who enjoy the city's upscale suburban feel.
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With a population of 20,789, Cockeysville is a moderate-sized suburb of Baltimore. It's a diverse city with demographics that are 64.4 percent white, 18.4 percent black, 12.6 percent Asian, and 7.3 percent Hispanic. The median age here is 34.4 and residents tend to have moderate political views.
The median home value is $299,800, which is 62 percent higher than the U.S. average. Thirty-four percent of people living here own their homes. The other 66 percent pay an average monthly rent of $1,121, which is 18 percent higher than the national average. Browse the newest real estate listings in Cockeysville, MD.
Cockeysville public schools are above average. The high school graduation rate is 91 percent, which is 5 percent higher than the state of Maryland and 10 percent higher than the national average. School test scores are 10 percent higher than the U.S. average and the average student / teacher ratio is 16 to 1.
The top public schools in Cockeysville are Eastern Technical High School, George W. Carver Center for Arts and Technology, Dulaney High School, Western School of Technology & Environmental Science, and Cromwell Valley Elementary Regional Magnet School of Technology. Find homes in Cockeysville by school district.
The median household income in Cockeysville is $61,149, which is 11 percent higher than the U.S. average. The average per capita income is $35,160. The cost of living here is 18 percent higher than average, but it's also one percent lower than the average cost of living in the state of Maryland. The unemployment rate in Cockeysville is also 36 percent lower than the national average.
Some of the area's largest employers include Sylvan Learning, HealthPRO Heritage, and Sinclair Broadcast group. The most common industries for jobs in Cockeysville include professional, scientific, and technical services, construction, manufacturing, retail trade, and healthcare and social assistance.
Many Cockeysville residents enjoy spending their time outdoors, biking or running along the North Central Railroad Trail or exploring the trails at Oregon Ridge Park. During the summer, residents can enjoy swimming at the Beaver Dam Swimming Club or Deer Tree Pool. Kids also love spending their time at the Baltimore County Skate Park
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra holds a summer concert series in Oregon Ridge Park, which is extremely popular among local residents. The Pennsylvania Dutch Market provides residents and visitors with a unique shopping experience, while those looking for more of a "big city" feel can easily make the 25-minute drive into Baltimore.
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