Grayson Clock Tower, Grayson, GA
About Grayson, GA
Grayson, GA bills itself as a boutique town set among big-box cities, but it is far more advanced than the time when it was only James McConnell's Crossroads Store and Post Office. The Loganville and Lawrenceville (L&L) Railroad passed through the area originally known as Trip twice daily, prompting a need for a passenger station near Grayson School, the present site of Grayson Elementary School.
Incorporated on December 17, 1902, the City of Grayson has advanced to become among the fastest growing cities in Georgia at around 4,400+ residents, attracting large crowds to events like the popular "Give Me Shelter" Benefit Concert at the newer Grayson City Park Ampavilion, Christmas in July, Grayson Brew and Que, plays and markets. The Grayson Senior Center offers opportunities, resources and fellowship programs designed to encourage independence, personal growth and more among the local senior community. Grayson recently received a Live, Work, Play Award by the Georgia Municipal Association. At around 29 miles to north of Midtown Atlanta and 41 miles from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Grayson is easily accessible via GA 20 and Sugarloaf Parkway where spacious and affordable homes, major chain supermarkets, other national brands, healthcare providers and all of the services expected of a modern city can be found.
More about the Grayson, GA
Parks: Bay Creek Park, Grayson City Park, Vines Gardens
Public Libraries: Grayson Branch
Shopping Destinations: Barnes & Noble, DSW, Hobby Lobby, Home Depot, Kirkland's, Kroger, Pier 1, SAM's Club, Sprouts, Tuesday Morning, Walmart
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: 30017
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