Rodgers Forge is a vibrant, close-knit community comprised of 1,777 homes in Baltimore County, just north of the City line. This site is provided by the Community Association as a resource for current residents of Rodgers Forge as well as prospective homeowners or tenants. It's also a great resource for realtors working in the area.
Rodgers Forge in Winter
Rodgers Forge was an addition in October 2009 to the National Register of Historic Places. This designation confers to homeowners in Rogers Forge the ability to receive beneficial tax treatment for certain types of repairs and renovations. Rodgers Forge has an interesting history going back over 200 hundred years to its origins as part of the acreage purchased by an Irish Immigrant named George Rogers who plied his trade in a blacksmith shop on the York Turnpike.
Rodgers Forge is a family oriented neighborhood. The community is served by three good public schools, which have been historically high performers in both Baltimore County and the State of Maryland.
A delightful tot lot is maintained in the heart of the Forge which is a wonderful place to meet other families and kids. There are many quality local merchants nearby as well as a well stocked farmers market just up the road in Towson. A wide variety of restaurants serve up many diverse cuisines within a short drive or walk.
For active individuals and families, the Towson Recreational Council provides some great opportunities to play a variety of sports. Several fitness facilities are within a short drive and the neighborhood has several athletic fields available for organized or pick up athletic activities. The Towson Recreational Council is the current home of Kelly Post Lacrosse, the nation's oldest lacrosse program. Rodgers Forge was also the youthful stomping ground of two time Olympian Michael Phelps.