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The entire town of Lisbon, Maryland, which is situated in western Howard County, is only about one square mile. The first roundabout ever to be built in Maryland is located in Lisbon. The town of Lisbon has several volunteer positions such as helping out at a few different Horse Rescue farms and working with a Volunteer Fire Company.
Caleb Pancoast founded the town of New Lisbon, which was later shortened to Lisbon, in 1810. In 1820, land was deeded for the Union Church to be built on. In 1822, the remaining land was split into 100 quarter acre lots. The National Road, which was marked at the beginning for over 100 years by a granite stone in Cumberland, Maryland, runs north through Lisbon towards Woodbine, Maryland. In 1811, toll roads were built to connect it to Baltimore.
Lisbon shares its 21797 zip code with the nearby city of Woodbine, Maryland. The population is about 7,473 residents and the racial demographics are 7,095 white people, 231 black people, 16 American Indian and Alaska natives, 58 Asian people, 2 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islanders, 41 Mixed people and 5 people of some other race. Just under 50% of the residents are female and just over 50% of the residents are men. 3.5% of the Lisbon population have no high school education, 3.9% have some high school education, 26.6 have some college education, 7.3% have their associates degrees, 31.9% have received bachelor’s degrees, and 26.8% have received graduate’s degrees. 61% of Lisbon residents are currently married, 26.9% have never been married, and the remaining percentage is occupied by people who are either separated, widowed, or divorced. The median income for different age groups is $73,500 per year for someone under the age of 25, $91,447 per year for someone between the ages of 25 and 44, $134,125 per year for someone between the ages of 45 and 64, and $84,062 per year for someone over the age of 64.
The entire state of Maryland is in what is called the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. The town of Lisbon, Maryland is located 30 miles northwest of Baltimore, Maryland, 50 miles south of Washington, DC and 23 miles southeast of Frederick, Maryland.
Maryland’s overall climate is humid subtropical. The weather conditions in Lisbon, Maryland are generally hot and humid during the summer and mild too cold during the winter. The average temperature in winter is 42.7°F, the average temperature in Spring is 49.8°F, the average temperature in Summer is 72°F, the average temperature in Fall is 57.9°F, and the annual average temperature is 55.6°F. The record high was 107.6°F and the record low was -22°F.
Lisbon, Maryland and the surrounding area are great places to go shopping. You can buy trendy clothing at Urban Chic, alcohol at Castle Liquors, flowers at Cattails Country Florist, sports clothing and equipment at South Carroll Sporting Goods and more.
Urban Chic 2873 Florence Rd, (443) 266-7050
Castle Liquors 1312 S Main St Ste 8, (301) 829-1241
Cattails Country Florist 7627 Woodbine Rd, (410) 552-3900
South Carroll Sporting Goods 7737 Woodbine Rd, (410) 552-8033
There are also a few malls in surrounding cities such as The Mall in Columbia located less than 30 minutes away in Columbia, Maryland.
There are a whole bunch of restaurants to go to in the Lisbon, Maryland area. You can get Chinese food at China Yee in Woodbine, Maryland, enjoy a selection of fine wines, salads, and meats at the Brick Ridge Restaurant in Mount Airy, Maryland, or have some tasty Japanese food at Katana Sushi Bar, also located in Mount Airy, Maryland.
China Yee 710 Lisbon Center Dr Ste G, (410) 489-2688
Brick Ridge Restaurant 6212 Ridge Rd, (301) 829-8191
Katana Sushi Bar 1311 S Main St, (301) 829-9333, 1372 Woodbine Road, Lisbon, MD 21797, (301) 854-5037
The nightlife in Lisbon, Maryland mainly consist of going out to eat or going to a bar. Some places to check out in the area are Mount Airy Tavern, Oscar’s Alehouse, Kozy Corner Sports & Ale House, and The County Cork Wine Pub.
There are a few schools in the Lisbon, Maryland area. Glenwood Academy has a 10/1 student/teacher ratio, no homework, and specializes in mutli-sensory programs. Lisbon Elementary School has 400 students in grades k-5 and has been around for 39 years. Lisbon Pre-Kindergarten is a small school with only one teacher and one assistant teacher that provide a creative and flexible way of learning. Mount Airy Christian Academy is a private school with the goals to help parents raise their children to be good adults, to help students learn at the proper rate, and to help students develop good health and personal fitness habits.
Glenwood Academy 16151 Old Frederick Rd, (410) 489-6959
Lisbon Pre-Kindergarten 915 E Watersville Rd, (410) 489-7422
Mount Airy Christian Academy 16700 Old Frederick Rd, (410) 489-4321
There are a good number of landmarks to visit in the Lisbon, Maryland area. Schifferstadt Architectural Museum has been around for 250 years and is also the headquarters of the Frederick County Landmarks Foundation or FCLF. The Strawbridge Shire is a farmhouse where Methodism was first established in America.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, DC and Lafayette Square are two more places to visit while you’re in the area.
Lisbon, Maryland is full of lots of unique sites to visit. Whether you want to grab a bite at one of the local restaurants, have a brew with some friends ate one of the local bars or visit one of the many historical sites, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Lisbon, Maryland.
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