About Loganville, GA
The City of Loganville, first incorporated in 1887, was the last stop on the railroad from Atlanta to Lawrenceville. The city, named for James Harvie Logan, a Tennessee farmer, and shoemaker who bought 62.5 acres for $150 at a sheriff's sale in 1842, is now an up-and-coming municipality of over 12,500 around the center point between Athens and Atlanta, in both southeast Gwinnett and Walton Counties. Go back to Gwinnett County, GA Communities.
Living in Loganville, GA means enjoying charming homes, events such as AutumnFest, the Groovin' on the Green Concert Series, Annual Tree Lighting and Christmas Parade around the Loganville Town Green, convenient access to the Emory University area, the Centers for Disease Control and other Metro Atlanta Points of Interest. Walton Regional Medical Center, Eastside Medical Center, and multiple medical offices are nearby and the city's dedicated police department is committed to keeping the city safe.
More about Loganville, GA (Gwinnett County)
Loganville Events Calendar
Public High Schools: South Gwinnett, Grayson
Transit: Bus service to Downtown Atlanta starts at First Baptist Church with another stop at the Hewatt Road Park & Ride both in Snellville.
Zip Codes: 30052
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Where is Loganville, GA? Loganville, GA is 34 miles away from Cheshire Bridge Road in Northeast Atlanta.