Fulton County, Georgia


Stretching across the heart of metro Atlanta, Fulton County is broken up into several main areas and offers an array of options for its more than one million residents. The county is home to an ever-growing economy, thriving industries, renowned universities, significant cultural opportunities and much more.
Major Employers:

  • Delta Air Lines
  • UPS
  • Emory Healthcare
  • The Home Depot
  • Piedmont Healthcare
  • Publix Super Markets

Fulton County Main Attractions

  • 1. Atlanta Botanical Garden

  • 2. Georgia Aquarium

  • 3. Piedmont Park

  • 4. World of Coca Cola

  • 5. High Museum of Art

  • 6. National Center for Human Rights

  • 7. College Football Hall of Fame

Fulton County, Georgia Demographics

Familes & Kids

Families 55%
With Kids 25%

Median Age


Total Population


Male 508,879
Female 541,235

Travel to Work

Drive Alone
Public Transit
Work at Home

Big Fulton County Employers

Fulton County Area Cities


As the Peach State’s capitol and county seat of Fulton County, Atlanta serves as the regional, national and global headquarters for many Fortune 500 and 1000 corporations.


Named one of the best suburbs to live in Georgia by Niche.com, Alpharetta offers a full spectrum of attractions, excellent schools, sensible housing costs and growing industries.

Johns Creek

Nestled along the banks of the Chattahoochee River, Johns Creek’s beautiful landscape offers additional aesthetic appeal to an already beautiful metropolis.


A highly affluent city, Milton is a city that strives to maintain its rural heritage while looking to the future and offering residents an exceptional quality of life.

Mountain Park

Mountain Park is an officially designated wildlife refuge that protects all wildlife, including birds, animals and reptiles — some rare.  


With 13 parks, many well-preserved historical sites and a ranking of the 14th safest city in Georgia, Roswell is a family-oriented community.  

Sandy Springs

Located just outside of the 285 perimeter, Sandy Springs is the second largest city in the metro Atlanta area and offers varied real estate options, competitive schools, outstanding outdoor recreation and more.

South Fulton

South Fulton elected its first mayor in March 2017 after the Georgia General Assembly voted in 2016 to approve the creation of this new city.

Chattahoochee Hills

Chattahoochee Hills is home to Serenbe, an agrarian community that is close to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and makes it the ideal place to live, work and play.  

College Park

Top employers in College Park include the Federal Aviation Administration and Woodward Academy, one of metro Atlanta’s top-performing independent schools.  

East Point

In recent years, East Point has flourished due to its proximity to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, restaurants, hotels and shopping.  


Fairburn has a rich cultural heritage enjoyed by residents and visitors alike and has the feel of a city coupled with small-town sensibilities.  


Hapeville is home to the busiest airport in the world, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, as well as being the location for Delta Air Lines’ corporate headquarters.  


Palmetto is located 25 miles south of Atlanta right on the former Atlanta and West Point Railroad, which is now owned by CSX Transportation.

Union City

Some of Union City’s leading national firms include Newell Rubbermaid, General Electric, Costco, Caterpillar, Dendreon and Kraft Foods.  

Fulton County Services & Contact

More info also available on Fulton county official website.

Atlanta Georgia Metro Counties