About Prince George’s County Maryland
Prince George's County has a stable, business friendly county government lead by County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III.
Prince George’s County is the second largest county in the state of Maryland, with nearly 900,000 residents, which make up 203,520 households.
The median household income for Prince George's County is $76,741 compared to a United States median household income of $56,516.
We have 27 local municipalities and a workforce of more than 300,000 workers. With maximum brain power, Prince George's County is proud to be home to seven Colleges and Universities, including the University of Maryland, Bowie State University and Prince George's Community College.
|Persons age 5+ who speak a language other than English at home||19.8%|
|Number of persons per household||2.78|
Median Household Income
|Prince George's County||$76,741|
Educational Attainment (age 25 and older)
|< High School||14.2%|
Prince George's County Households by One Race
- 65.4% Black
- 26.6% White
- 1.0% Native American
- 4.3% Asian
- 0.2% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
- 2.5% Two or more races
- 15.0% Hispanic or Latino
Colleges and Universities
- University of Maryland, College Park
- University of Maryland University College
- Bowie State University
- Prince George’s Community College
- Capital Bible College
- Capitol College
To learn more about Prince George's County, visit the Prince George's County Government official website.
To learn more about doing business in the state of Maryland, visit Chose Maryland.