Most numbers within Area Code 443 are located in the following cities: Gwynn Oak, Westminster, Baltimore, Harwood, Pikesville, Cambridge, Perryville, Elkton, Havre De Grace, Salisbury, Sparks Glencoe, Annapolis, Chestertown, Dundalk, Reisterstown, Nottingham, Port Deposit, Middle River, Severna Park, Odenton, Rosedale, Pittsville, Vienna, Snow Hill, Whiteford, Chesapeake Beach, Parkton, Easton, Sparrows Point, Joppa, Union Bridge, Stevensville, Catonsville, North East, Columbia, Centreville, Kingsville, Glenwood, Darlington, Towson, Glen Burnie, Windsor Mill, Sykesville, Cockeysville, Elkridge, Ellicott City, Hampstead, Gambrills, Prince Frederick, Halethorpe, Aberdeen, Pasadena, Bel Air, Brooklyn, Mardela Springs, Taneytown, Solomons, Millersville, Delmar, Edgewood, Ocean City, Pocomoke City, Churchville, Princess Anne, Federalsburg, Trappe, Queenstown, Denton, Jarrettsville, Berlin, Directory Assistance, Chesapeake City, New Windsor, Bivalve, Intralata Pic Validation, Crisfield, Bishopville, Standard Plant Test Code.
Westminster, Baltimore, Harwood, Pikesville, Cambridge, Perryville, Elkton, Havre De Grace, Salisbury, Sparks Glencoe, Annapolis, Chestertown, Dundalk, Reisterstown and Nottingham
About Gwynn Oak, Maryland
Gwynn Oak is an unincorporated community in the northwestern part of Baltimore City, Maryland, United States. It is near the Baltimore city line. Gwynn Oak is mostly in the areas of Liberty Road and Windsor Mill Road paralleling until city limits. It is similar [ clarification needed ] to Woodlawn, Milford Mill, Windsor Mill, and Garwyn Oaks (in the city). The western edge of the community lie just outside of Woodlawn, MD town center, north-east of Windsor Mill Road where Woodlawn Drive (formerly MD-126) becomes Gwynn Oak Avenue. The community is home to Gwynn Oak Park.Significant roads and approximate road borders of the community consist of:Gwynn Oak (Baltimore County)A Muslim enclave has been created in Gwynn Oak, consisting of Muslim immigrants and African-American converts. The project is led by John Yahya Cason, director of the Islamic Education and Community Development Initiative.