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- Washington County’s entire southern border is comprised of the Potomac River which eventually empties into the Chesapeake Bay.
- Washington County has limestone and shale geology which has led to an abundance of related industries such as brick making and quarries.
- The east side of the County is bounded by South Mountain.
- A fertile Hagerstown Valley area comprises the center of the County and has led to a rich tradition of agriculture still supported today.
Washington County, Maryland is represented by nine (9) municipalities. Eight (8) are incorporated towns and one (1) city which is the City of Hagerstown. As shown on the map, the nine (9) communities that represent Washington County are: