- Suburb of Baltimore, MD
Rating 3.63 out of 5 136 reviews
Lots of shopping centers, great food, nice clothing store, aesthetically pleasing to look at, lots of gas stations.
Randallstown is a very affordable county to live in. The crime rate seems to be pretty low. It’s conveniently located close by Owings mills, which offers brand new shopping centers and quality markets. The schools aren’t bad but I would love to see an improvement.
I love living in Randallstown because of all the potential it possesses. Randallstown is very culturally and ethically diverse with a rich history that I feel is underappreciated. This is a small community where neighbors and businesses have great chances to recognize faces and know each other's names. Randallstown is located in the center between Owings Mills, Pikesville, Lochern, Windaor Mill, Carroll County, and Howard County with easy access to everything. The residents are predominately affluent and of African-American descent. Randallstown could benefit by being invested in by large companies. There is definitely room for entertainment, as well as shopping, and living here is quite affordable in comparison to shine of the surrounding areas. I look forward to watching Randallstown continue to grow. There is room for it.
Randallstown is a small town with some job oppurtunities. Randallstown has good public schools and a nice school system. What i would want to change is to make it seem more safe and make sure everyone is treated equal.
Randallstown is a nice area with lots of diversity and opportunities. There are decent schools here, close proximity to stores, and its very family-friendly.
Not too close to the city, but close enough if I wanted to go visit for an afternoon. I also like that it's close to Owings Mills, which is an up and coming town. I like how close it is to Carol County, as well, since I enjoy shopping there.
Randallstown is a good town, schools need to change, in the nighttime, you would likely hear police sound but as long as you can protected yourself then you will be fine.
Randallstown is very family oriented. There's plenty of shops in walking distance and very safe because there's always somebody out and watching.
I love my neighborhood. It has nice houses, is very peaceful and quiet. The neighbors are nice. I feel safe going outside my house during the day and night.
Randallstown is the city that I grew and was raised in. I have met my best friends here and always enjoyed the community. It is a pretty safe community and continuing to grow more and more every day. Housing is pretty affordable and I would not raising a family in this area.
I have had a pretty alright experience here. I don't go to the public schools here, but the neighborhood itself is safe and somewhat quiet.
I would like to see improving the environment to make it more clean and less violence. It would be nice if more kids came outside like a few years ago.
1 of the greatest moment about living out in Randallstown is discovering the Boys and Girls club. The opportunity to get some fitness in running around the indoor track with my wife, watching young men play and me also participating in some basketball ( my favorite sport) also attend a couple musicals all at the one location was and has been a true blessing for me and my family.
Living in Randallstown, Maryland was never something I imagined but the longer I live here, the more I learn to love it. Going to school in this neighborhood has brought about life long friendships and lessons. I have a sense of community and belonging. I care for my neighborhood and my neighborhood takes care of me. I am shielded from the dangers of the outside world by the security and love of my community.
Randallstown is a beautiful suburb of Baltimore at which I grew u, the community is rich with opportunity to buy a home and raise a family. This community is grown so much over the years and I am excited to see how it will continue to evolve in the near future.
Randallstown is a very decent city , my experience here is pretty okay. I like how it is a very social environment and i would love to see cleaner neighborhoods.
The neighborhood is trashy, especially living near the high school. Living in Randallstown, you will have nowhere fun to go around here. Many hotels are being built as well as grocery stores such as, Costco, Lowes, and home depot. The only benefit of living in Randallstown is being able to be near places to get food supply and outdoor materials.