Johns Creek
(678) 512-3200

Johns Creek occupies 32.5 square miles in Northeast Fulton County. Sixty-three percent of the adults have a college degree or better, and the median home value in Johns Creek is $372,000. It is the tenth largest city in Georgia. The city was originally a “sacred place” for tribal meetings between the rival Cherokee and Creek native American Indian tribes. State-of-the-art public and private schools are located in Johns Creek, which are consistently ranked among the tops in the state, and regularly receive national recognition for academic excellence. High schoolers in Johns Creek have the highest average test scores in the state of Georgia. The city is also consistently ranked as the safest in the state and among the safest in the nation. Alcon, State Farm Insurance, Macy’s Technology Systems, Saia, Inc., and Ebix each maintain a large corporate presence in Johns Creek. The city also includes world-class health care options between the highly acclaimed Emory Johns Creek Hospital campus and other health care providers. The Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center offers 46 acres of Georgia woodlands in addition to three other beautiful city parks in the area. The city is in the process of building out five new parks, which will more than double its parks and recreation acreage. Additionally, the city is bordered by the Chattahoochee River, and includes three National Park Recreation Areas. For arts and entertainment, the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra, which is a fully professional orchestra, is a major attraction, along with the Johns Creek Arts Center. Connected by four major interstates and MARTA, the region’s only transit rail system, Fulton County is the state’s largest county in terms of population, real estate and economic activity. With 15 unique cities, including the great City of Atlanta; the State Capitol and major attractions; Fulton County is the political and lifestyle epicenter for Georgia and the Southeast. Living in Fulton County offers easy access to the region’s best, from arts and culture events, to premiere sports and entertainment facilities, to a wide variety of local and international cuisine and shopping. Visit the nationally recognized Atlanta Beltline; the new home of the Atlanta Falcons, Mercedes-Benz Stadium; Alpharetta’s luxury lifestyle center, Avalon; and Fulton’s many vibrant downtown main streets from Roswell to College Park. Outside of Atlanta, Fulton County provides high-quality living experiences with a more suburban feel and a wide range of single and multifamily residential options. Recreational choices are abundant, with thousands of acres of parks and green space. From north to south, Fulton County is a community that offers a little bit of everything, no matter your lifestyle preference.