Home to several distinctive parks, a dynamic public arts initiative, and vibrant Town Center, Suwanee is a community committed to maintaining the highest quality of life for its residents. Consistently named as one of the nation’s best places to live, Suwanee residents and visitors enjoy 500 acres of parks, miles of walking and bike trails, concerts, festivals, dining and shopping.
Recognized as one of the nation’s “best small communities in which to live” by Money magazine, a ‘best communities in which to raise children’ by Kiplinger.com, and named one of the country’s strongest online business communities by a little company named Google, Suwanee is also one of only a handful of Georgia cities to receive a AAA bond rating.
2,000 residents in 1990 to more than 18,000 today, Suwanee has experienced tremendous growth. The city has created a comprehensive development plan that promotes pedestrian-oriented development and mixed-use zoning. Such foresight has allowed Suwanee to retain its family-friendly charm while providing contemporary convenience.