The town of Union Bridge is a tiny area with town limits of only 1.05 square miles and a population of approximately 1000 residents. The town was named by the US Postal Service after a bridge was built over Little Pipe Creek. The bridge was built to unite the north and south sides, hence the name “Union Bridge”. Prior to that, the area was known as Buttersburg. Before the Revolutionary War, the area was a farming community. After the war, land was purchased and the community was gradually formed. Today, the majority of the town is on the National List of Historic Places and known as the Union Bridge Historic District. Interesting fact: Union Bridge was the first municipality in Maryland to have electric street lights.
The town limits are located in Carroll County MD. However, the outer limits extend into Frederick County MD.
Maryland Route 75 (also known as Green Valley Road) is the only primary highway serving the town. Depending where you’re traveling from, you’ll ultimately end up on Route 75 if you’re traveling into town.
Lehigh Concrete / Lehigh Cement Company LLC is the primary employer in Union Bridge MD. The parent company, Lehigh Hanson, is a leading producer of poured and bagged cement in North America. The Union Bridge cement plant, located on Quaker Hill Road, makes masonry cement, colored cement and bagged portland cement, and is one of many plants throughout the United States and Canada. Search for jobs at this Maryland cement plant.
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This is a county park, located on Peace and Plenty Road, which is off Bark Hill Road. It features 2 multiple purpose playing fields. You’ll also find a nature-themed playground.
This family restaurant can be found at 9 N. Main Street. Dine-in and curbside pick-up is available. Sorry, no delivery is offered by the restaurant. Due to the rural location of this town, you’re not likely to find Door Dash or any other delivery options either. But, for local home cooked meals that you don’t have to prepare yourself, traveling to this quaint restaurant might just be worth your time. Curious what’s available today? Check out the daily specials!
Located at 50 N. Main Street in a historic building, this newer addition to the area does not disappoint. Don’t be fulled thinking this is strictly a brewery. Inside you’ll also find a marketplace and the Food Spot. But if you enjoy a good beer, their own brewed selections are definitely worth trying. Both indoor and outdoor seating are available. Cool off on a hot day by sitting along the Big Pipe Creek which runs adjacent to the property. Live music is often available outdoors as well.
Located at 35 N. Main Street is the locals spot for playing pool, drinking cold beer, ordering liquor and eating food.
Feeling active? Walk or jog along this .8 mile walking trail on the edge of town.
Like most businesses here, this is a family-owned business serving pizza (with home-made dough), subs and yummy desserts. You’ll easily find it at 2 S. Main Street. In a hurry? Order online using their QR code.
The local fire company not only provides fire and EMS services, but also provides community fundraisers and occasional fun events for all ages.
This historical railway station, located at 41 N. Main Street, was built in 1902 as a stop for the Western Maryland Railway. Today, it is a museum.
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