Gwinnett County, Georgia


Continually listed as one of Atlanta’s fastest-growing counties, Gwinnett County is prized for its access to bustling city life, booming communities, a nationally recognized school system and gorgeously maintained natural spaces. Only 30 minutes away from Downtown Atlanta, Gwinnett’s economic opportunities span far and wide for area workers.
Major Employers:

  • Gwinnett County Public Schools
  • Gwinnett County Government
  • Publix Super Markets
  • Gwinnett Health Care System
  • Walmart
  • Primerica Inc.

Gwinnett County Main Attractions

  • 1. Lake Lanier

  • 2. Southeastern Railway Museum

  • 3. Château Élan Winery & Resort

  • 4. Infinite Energy Center

  • 5. Freeman Mill Park

Gwinnett County, Georgia Demographics

Familes & Kids

Families 75%
With Kids 37%

Median Age


Total Population


Male 452,307
Female 475,474

Travel to Work

Drive Alone
Public Transit
Work at Home

Big Gwinnett County Employers

Gwinnett County Area Cities

Berkeley Lake

In 2017, Berkley Lake was recognized among the Top 10 Best Suburbs to Live in Georgia by


Home to Château Élan Winery & Resort, Braselton rests in four counties, including Gwinnett, Hall, Jackson and Barrow.  


A city where recreation and art abound, the streets of downtown Buford are filled with art shops that show off local talents in every medium.


Dacula is best known for its large Memorial Day Parade and Little Mulberry Park and has experienced immense growth over the years.


Duluth is home to retail and cultural centers, top-notch healthcare facilities and a high quality of life and was named the number six safest city in Georgia by the National Council for Home Safety and Security.


Grayson is a popular city for families, with excellent schools, quality housing, parks, restaurants and plenty of shopping.


Gwinnett’s oldest city, Lawrenceville’s mixture of recently established buildings co-exist with antebellum homes, the town’s original town square and the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse.


Lilburn has a small-town, neighborly feeling that sets it apart from other urban cities and was named the number one diverse place to live in Georgia by


The unique blend of hometown-feel combined with modern conveniences draws companies and organizations to open their doors and prosper in Loganville.


Norcross has restored many of the town’s historic sites to their full glory and boasts an array of businesses, restaurants and recreational venues that help the city remain dutifully progressive.

Peachtree Corners

Known for its picturesque parks, lush green spaces and plenty of outdoor activity, Peachtree Corners offers residents unparalleled quality of life.


Snellville is a hub for arts and recreation, including the highly anticipated annual Snellville Days Festival, which draws crowds from all over the Southeast and has been ranked as one of the top 20 tourism events by the Southeastern Tourism Society.

Sugar Hill

Considered one of the premier communities in metro Atlanta, Sugar Hill is mere minutes away from Lake Sidney Lanier and the North Georgia Mountains.


With an array of housing options, the largest school system in Georgia, stellar green spaces, and more, Suwanee is a great place to work, play and live.

Gwinnett County Services & Contact

More info also available on Gwinnett county official website.

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