Olney, Missouri Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

There are many great reasons to live in Olney City, Maryland. Affordable homes in excellent condition, great schools, and unbeatable parks are just a few reasons. You'll also enjoy the community's vibrant downtown. And if you're like many Olney residents, you'll be happy to know that you're not alone. You can get involved in community organizations by joining the Olney Youth Advisory Council (ONA).

The town center of Olney is located at the intersection of Route 108 and Georgia Avenue. It is smaller than its neighboring towns of Brookeville and Sandy Spring, but larger than nearby cities Rockville and Gaithersburg. According to the 2010 Census, 41.7% of households included children under 18 years old, 67.2% were married couples, and only 3.1% were single people. There are also many homeless people in Olney, including those in the area's nursing homes.

There are also low populations near parks and major airports. This may make crime seem lower in a safe park, but the truth is that crime happens wherever people are. Crime rates are often higher than they appear in areas with less population. The average commute time for residents of Olney is 15.3 minutes, while the national average is 26.4 minutes. Despite the low crime rate in Olney, residents can rest easy knowing that their community is safe compared to other parts of the United States.

The Brooke family owned some of the largest tracts of land in Olney, and the central village of the city was located near the Rockville to Baltimore and Washington to Westminster roads. To the east, the Quaker community of Sandy Spring thrived, and now is home to a museum with exhibits and educational programs. The town's St. John's Episcopal Church is a local landmark, established in 1842. Although the town's boundaries are unofficial, the area covers thirteen square miles.