About Gwinnett County
Gwinnett County takes pride in the exceptional award-winning amenities offered to a population of over 950,000 that encourage and support personal growth along the way to success. Located just Northeast of Atlanta City Limits in the heart of Georgia’s Piedmont Region, the county proudly inspires with natural beauty, through reddish soil, exposed bedrock, waterways, protected green space and the award-winning Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation facilities.
There's so much more to share about how we Live, Work, Learn and Play in Gwinnett County, the offerings at our public library system, community centers, park systems, specialty stores (TRADER JOE'S, THE FRESH MARKET, WHOLE FOODS just outside of the county line, LIDL, others) and other resources that help us achieve personal and professional growth. If you are considering a relocation into the Metropolitan Atlanta area, Gwinnett County, Georgia is a fine choice and Vibrantly Connected. After all, Success Lives Here. Welcome!
Gwinnett County offers a wide variety of educational choices that meet requirements for any stage of life, including two award-winning public school systems, Buford City Schools and Gwinnett County Public Schools (search for homes by public school). In addition, there are several Montessori schools and facilities available around the county for loved ones with special needs. Please call for a list of private schools, accredited colleges, universities and day cares that offer Georgia's popular Bright from the Start Programs.
Health and Wellness
Gwinnett County offers beautiful trails, award-winning parks (both city and county), ADA-compliant walkable communities, along with healthy food options, pharmacies, fitness centers and more to affordably keep wellness a priority. There's access to the highest quality of care by the most compassionate, highly regarded providers. Four county health centers accompany at least five main health systems in service to the area with clinics and associated physicians all around the county.
Connect to destinations within the City of Atlanta and Dekalb County (Centers for Disease Control, Emory University) through the various local public transit options. For instance, multiple Gwinnett County Transit and GRTA Xpress Bus Routes connect with the MARTA Doraville Station where riders can connect with Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, downtown sports facilities and more from Norcross, Peachtree Corners and Sugarloaf Mills. A Greyhound Bus Station is in Norcross while Briscoe Field near Lawrenceville is home to the Gwinnett County Airport. The public school systems offer transportation to and from most local residential destinations.