WICOMICO COUNTY, MARYLAND

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[Government Office Building, 125 North Division St., Salisbury, Maryland] Wicomico County has eight municipalities: Delmar, Fruitland, Hebron, Mardela Springs, Pittsville, Salisbury, Sharptown, and Willards. The oldest of these is Salisbury, the county seat, incorporated in 1854. Thereafter, Sharptown formed its own government (1874), as did Delmar (1888), Mardela Springs (1906), Pittsville (1906), Willards (1906), Hebron (1931), and Fruitland (1947).

  • Map of Urban Areas in Wicomico County, 2010
  • Government Office Building, 125 North Division St., Salisbury, Maryland, August 2012. Photo by David R. Herron.


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