Suwanee, GA Town Center
About Suwanee, GA
Suwanee, GA is a friendly, progressive Northwest Gwinnett County City with old-fashioned charm, contemporary conveniences, and a commitment to maintaining a high quality of life. Established in 1838, Suwanee, GA is a Main Street USA Community that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places with Old Towne Suwanee serving as home to antique shops, period architecture, and other comforts of a historical hometown. Follow Suwanee, GA on Pinterest.
Victorian and regional farm-style homes adorn many parts of Suwanee along with the finest in new and newer construction communities that include one of only a few mixed-use developments in Gwinnett County. The city of well over 19,000 with a median household income of $90,436 and a five-year unemployment rate of 3.4% hosts a wide variety of free community-building events at the 10-acre Suwanee Town Center, including live entertainment, free concerts, movies under the stars, festivals, Food Truck Fridays and marathons. The Suwanee Academy of the Arts, Masterpiece Masters, and Suwanee SculpTour, the city's flagship public art initiative, are all part of the cultural landscape that makes Suwanee unique.
The Suwanee Creek Greenway Trail Head makes its home here along with other city parks and recreation, the Harvest Farm Community Garden at White Street Park, and more. Further, Suwanee's commitment to the preservation of 27 percent of its land as green space has contributed to the city's designation as Tree City USA.
More about Suwanee, GA (Gwinnett County)
Suwanee Calendar of Events
Continuing Education: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM Georgia)
Public High Schools: Collins Hill, North Gwinnett
Public Libraries: Collins Hill Branch, Suwanee Branch
Transit: Ride Gwinnett offers bus service to Downtown Atlanta Destinations from the Park & Ride on Buford Drive at I-985. Bus service is also available from the Sugarloaf Mills Park & Ride to Emory University and the Doraville MARTA Station where buses connect to Buckhead, the Centers for Disease Control, Dekalb-Peachtree Airport and Tucker, GA. In addition, the MARTA Gold Line Train Route starts at the Doraville Station and terminates at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport with stops at popular Metro Atlanta business, entertainment and other hubs.
Zip Codes: 30024
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Frequently Asked Questions about Suwanee, GA
Where is Suwanee, Georgia?
Suwanee, GA is in Northwest Gwinnett County, about 26 miles Northeast of Cheshire Bridge Road in Northeast Atlanta. The city is easily accessible by Interstate 85 and Buford Highway.
What county is Suwanee GA in?
Suwanee is primarily in Gwinnett County with parts of the city in Forsyth County in Northeast Metro Atlanta, GA.
How far is Suwanee from Atlanta?
The Suwanee City Hall is 26 miles Northeast of Cheshire Bridge Road in Northeast Atlanta, GA when traveling I 85.
What are some things to do in Suwanee GA?
In addition to the many events in the surrounding areas, Suwanee is the venue for several public things to do including local dining, shopping, the Wine Fest, Suwanee Fest, and Arts Festivals. The Chili Cookoff & Music Fest is here along with the Taste of BBQ & Music Fest, Food Truck Fridays, car shows, free concerts, Movies Under the Stars, and marathons. Please see the Peachtree Ridge, North Gwinnett and Collins Hill High School Cluster for area amenities.