Cities and Historic Downtowns

Cities & Historic Downtowns

Welcome to Gwinnett County, one of the most dynamic and successful communities in the U.S! Whether it is leading the state in job creation, education or population growth, Gwinnett is known statewide as a leader. More than ever, our cities and towns are being recognized for being some of the best places to  live (Suwanee was named as a "Top Ten" small town by Money Magazine), becoming the hubs for dining, special events and festivals, arts (Norcross and Tannery Row Artist Colony), and unique community projects (Suwanee's PlayTown or Community Garden), The best ethnic dining in metro Atlanta is the Buford Highway Corridor, much of which runs through the heart of Duluth.

Our cities are all about families, education and communities. Our 16 cities/towns that comprise Gwinnett County include Auburn, Berkeley Lake, Braselton, Buford, Dacula, Duluth, Grayson, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Loganville, NorcrossPeachtree Corners, Rest Haven, Snellville, Sugar Hill, and Suwanee. The City of Lawrenceville is Gwinnett's county seat and the heart of Gwinnett's government operations.

Each of Gwinnett County's cities maintains its own unique charms and distinctive environments. But they share commonalities such as strong local economies, top-notch public school districts, vibrant commercial districts, and serene residential neighborhoods. With so much to offer, Gwinnett County has been a popular relocation destination for singles, seniors and families alike.

Gwinnett Map!

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Gwinnett County is just 25 minutes northeast of Atlanta, and easily accessible via all major interstates. There's great shopping, dining & attractions in & around Gwinnett. more


 

Visitors Guide Teaser 2014

Visitors Guide

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