Johns Creek

Originally settled in the early 1800s, Johns Creek was incorporated as a city in 2006. It is located northeast of Atlanta and is surrounded by Alpharetta, Duluth, Roswell, and Peachtree Corners. In 2017, USA Today ranked Johns Creek third on its list of "50 Best Cities To Live In."

Key Features

Healthy and Happy: In 2018, the city council launched the iHeart Johns Creek initiative, which focuses on health and wellness for the community, both at the individual and business level. This aspiration for betterment in social and economic spheres is indicative of Johns Creek's care for its community and excellent quality of life.

A Neighborly City: Johns Creek is the 10th largest city in Georgia, with more than 80,000 residents. Around half of the households have children, and the city is served by 19 public schools, several of which are shared with Roswell and Alpharetta.

Nest Picks

Newtown Park

Newtown Park truly has everything that residents or visitors could want. With a dog park, community garden, amphitheater, recreation fields and courts, a senior center, 13 picnic pavilions, two playgrounds, and about two miles of trails, the possibilities are endless. Newtown Recreation also manages youth programs for many sports here, including adaptive recreation.

Stoney River Steakhouse and Grill

This upscale steakhouse aims to deliver an amazing experience from top to bottom. From their award-winning wine list to their fresh and made-from-scratch dishes to their knowledgeable servers, Stoney River is a Johns Creek staple. Despite their emphasis on excellence, they're still friendly and approachable.

Newtown Dream Dog Park

This one-acre fenced dog park is truly impressive. With separate areas for small and large dogs, obstacles such as hoops and tunnels, artificial turf, and sprinklers, this will soon become your furry friend's favorite place.

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