Perry Hall is a suburb of Baltimore, located about 10 miles northeast of the city. It is bordered by the Great Gunpowder Falls on the north, Pulaski Highway on the east, White Marsh Run on the south, and the Baltimore Gas & Electric power lines at Putty Hill on the west. Perry Hall is quintessentially suburban, with good schools, many churches, and one of the largest recreation programs in Baltimore County. Perry Hall is truly “Baltimore County’s crossroads.” The community’s growth coincided with the development of the Baltimore and Jerusalem Turnpike. In the Twentieth Century, Interstate-95 and the Baltimore Beltway helped link Perry Hall to communities up and down the Eastern Seaboard. One of Perry Hall’s greatest assets is its accessibility.