URBANA, MARYLAND

Urbana

HISTORY

The Urbana area is in Frederick, County was first settled in 1730 and is home to the historic Landon House which was built in 1754 in Virginia along the Rappahannock River.  The Landon House was relocated to Urbana in 1840 and served as a military academy and a hospital during the Civil War.

Beginning in 1999, the Urbana community began developing the Villages of Urbana and the Urbana Highlands.  Urbana, Maryland was named “The Best Selling Community in Maryland” in 2009.

 ATTRACTIONS/TOURISM

Monocacy National Battlefield was the site of the Battle of Monocacy in the American Civil War fought on July 9, 1864.

www.nps.gov

Pine Cliff Park – www.md-frederickcountyparks.civicplus.com

Frederick Visitor Center

151 S. East St

Frederick, MD  21701

301-600-4047

www.visitfrederick.org

SCHOOLS

Urbana Elementary School

3554 Urbana Pike

Frederick, MD  21704

240-236-2200

www.fcps.org/fof/ues

 

Urbana Middle School

3511 Pontius Ct.

Ijamsville, MD  21754

240-566-9200

www.fcps.org/fof/ums

 

Urbana High School

3471 Campus Dr.

Ijamsville, MD  21754

240-236-7600

www.fcps.org/fof/uhs

 

The Goddard School

(Pre-School in Urbana, MD)

3925 Carnage Hill Dr.

Urbana, MD  21704

240-699-0006

www.goddardschool.com

URBANA PARKS

Urbana District Park – Athletic Fields & courts, a playground and a 9/11 Veterans Memorial.

www.recreater.com

Urbana Community Park – Athletic courts & fields, a playground & picnic shelter with grills.

www.recreater.com

 

URBANA EVENTS

Urbana offers something for everyone to enjoy whether you are looking for great events or want to explore or grab a bite to eat.

 

Check out www.eventbrite.com/d/md–urbana