Almost overnight in the 1960s, Olney was transformed from an agricultural area to a residential community. The once fertile farmlands located in North-central Montgomery County, that spread across the region were turned into quiet neighborhoods surrounding a commercial center at the intersection of Route 108 and Georgia Avenue that included eateries, a grocery store, a movie house, gas stations and office buildings. The Montgomer County Interconnector, Rt. 200, that connects I-270 and I95 provides easy access to Olney so residents will find it much easier to commute to Baltimore, Columbia or Washington, DC.

With a growing population of nearly 50,000, Olney is great spot to call home with the feeling of a small town but with an ideal location close to two large cities. Today, a long-standing tradition at the edge of town is the Olney Theatre, where live musical and dramatic presentations are held year-round, drawing audiences from near and far. The historic Olney Ale House also continues to serve the public on the eastern edge of town.

Olney, in addition, is home to a large hospital, a county library, a swim center and multiple golf courses and driving ranges. Many new housing developments have sprung up around Olney’s core, giving it a well-rounded population boost that helps keep the local economy growing.

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