Havre de Grace named One of Maryland's Safety Cities in 2016

    HAVRE de GRACE – Maryland is home to just over six million residents and is one of the smallest but most densely populated states in America. The largest city is Baltimore and the capital is Annapolis. Between the two is Havre de Grace, which Backgroundchecks.com has named to their Top Five List of The Safest Cities in Maryland 2016, with Harford County’s City on Chesapeake Bay at #2, behind Ocean Pines in Worcester County.
    The listing declared that Havre de Grace with 12,900 residents on the head of the Chesapeake Bay and the Susquehanna River is home to Concord Point Lighthouse and the Havre de Grace Historic District home to a healthy variety of businesses, restaurants and museum. The violent crime rate is 235.5 and residents of Havre de Grace have a 2.7% chance of being involved in a property crime.
    The list was compiled based on FBI violent crime statistics and proprietary BackgroundChecks.org research data.