Fallston mostly consists of farms or residential housing. There is, though a strip of Belair Road (Rt 1) running through the south-east side of the town (technically outside of Fallston proper, in an area once known as 'Benson') which has a concentration of businesses and car dealerships. As of early 2007, plans for a construction of a Walmart Super Store and other businesses were planned. It was not until mid-2007 that this massive project was undertaken and given a name, 'Fallston Commons'. It covers a mass of over 800 acres. Approximately 300 senior citizen town homes are being built in addition to an assisted living retirement home. Besides the Walmart Super Store, a Starbucks, a WaWa, and a Wendy's are planned in addition to numerous other businesses.

The center of the community is generally considered to be Fallston High School, Fallston area churches or the Parks and Recreational complex. A multi-use Senior Center/Recreation Facility named for former County Councilwoman Veronica L. "Roni" Chenowith was opened in the summer of 2010 as an addition to the Parks & Rec. complex. Also part of the Fallston Parks & Rec. is "Annie’s Playground". A new extension of the Ma & Pa Railroad Heritage Trail has a terminus at "Annie's Playground" and leads into the County Seat of Bel Air.

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