Those who have settled in Suwanee enjoy the best in small-town living combined with the convenience of big city access and well-managed growth. While Suwanee's housing, population and businesses have grown exponentially over the past 20 years, city officials have worked diligently to protect and enhance the natural environment and historic areas, ensuring that commercial development reflects their "small-town-America" vision and preserves the friendly atmosphere that makes Suwanee a great place in which to live and do business.
Its blend of old-fashioned charm and contemporary convenience attracts residents, businesses and visitors, who also find many professional and recreational opportunities among Suwanee's resources. The city is proud to have been designated a Tree City USA for 10 years and has committed to preserving 27% of its land as green space.
Just 35 miles from downtown Atlanta, the city offers excellent access for those seeking the excitement of the big city or the small-town charm of Northeast Georgia's suburbs. Recreational options abound: from the Chattahoochee River, which runs through the City's western border; at Lake Lanier, 15 minutes to the north; or in the North Georgia Mountains, only an hour away. The city's own parks also offer recreational activities.
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