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Why Capitol Heights, MD Could be Your Next HometownOverview of the city
Capitol Heights is one of the towns in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States, and being one of the least populated places in the United States, it has recently been attracting new families looking for a place to settle. One good thing about the town is that it has eateries and medical facilities to support the community.
Capitol Heights has a population of about 4,500 people, and it has been growing annually at a rate of 6.58%. In terms of the cost of living, the median cost of homes is $138,800, with an appreciation of roughly 8% every year. The town is one of the cheapest in the country, being 2% lower than the average in the country.
Most Americans find Capitol Heights as a good place to work, and this is why the rate of unemployment is very low, being 5.60% while the national average is 6.3%. Therefore, there are many jobs waiting for those who are willing to make the town their new home.
Location and Neighboring Cities
These are some of the neighboring cities of Capitol Heights: Maryland Park, Northeast Boundary, Greater Capitol Heights, Capitol View, Marshall Heights, Seat Pleasant, Lincoln Heights, Hillside, Coral Hills, Benning Heights, Fairmount Heights, Deanwood, Carmody Hills, Cedar Heights, Boulevard Heights, Fort Dupont, Deanwood Park and Central Northeast.
What the City is Known For
- Over the years Capitol Heights, has been known as:
- One of the Best Cities for Teleworking - Extra Large Metro Areas
- One of the Most Secure Large Cities in the United States
- One of the 5 Healthiest Cities
- One of the Cities With the 4 Best Airports to Make a Connection
- One of the 7 Cities on the Edge of Greatness
- One of the 9 Most Secure Places to Live in the U.S. (Large Metro Areas)
- One of the 9 America's Most Playful Cities
- One of the 14 The Most Single Cities
- One of the Cities Having the Most Competitive Private Colleges
- One of the Cities With the 19 Most Competitive Public Colleges
- One of the 22 Most Popular Cities for the Holidays
- One of the 23 Best US Cities for Seniors
- One of the 26 Best Places to Live
- One of the 29 Most Romantic Cities for Boomers
- One of the 36 Best Baseball Cities
- One of the 50 Most Energetic Cities
- One of the 87 Best Green Cities
Main Transportation System
Capitol Heights is one of the few places you have a large number of the residents depending on the mass transit system for traveling within and outside the city. About 59% of the residents use their own cars, while the US average is 76%. However, only 5% of the people use the carpool and 35% use mass transit, with the national average being 10% and 5% respectively.
To the people, the mass transit system is very important, and has served them for decades. For instance, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) operates the Blue and Silver Lines, transporting hundreds of thousands of people every year. Recently, Capitol Heights was added to the Silver Line route.
Capitol Heights has a superb economy, making the residents to have a higher standard of living than the average US city, even though the cost of living there is high. With the rate of unemployment lower than the US average, future job growth is expected to be at the rate of 35%. Also, the household income in the town is $65,800 while the national average is $53,000 and family median income of $76,000 against the US average of $65,600.