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Welcome to Johns Creek, Georgia, a suburban municipality in metro Atlanta and emerging leader in health, wellness, and innovation.

Our city embodies a welcoming environment that celebrates achievement, cultural diversity, natural beauty, and so much more.

As the 10th largest City in Georgia, Johns Creek is home to nationally-ranked schools. Consistently ranked the safest city in Georgia; Johns Creek ranks high in cultural diversity (25% international population); has premiere municipal services, and abundant recreational opportunities providing a high quality of life for our community.

Johns Creek strives to support its residential community with exceptional parks and greenspace, innovative infrastructure and connectivity, a burgeoning Town Center and a vibrant business community.

Our Vision

Johns Creek strives to provide for an exceptional residential community with ease of movement throughout, an alive town center, and a vibrant business community.

Our Mission

To be an exceptional city.


In 2023, ranked Johns Creek as the #1 Best Place to Live in the U.S.


In 2022, ranked Johns Creek as the Safest City to Raise Children in the U.S.


Johns Creek is the 10th largest city in Georgia.


25% of our population is international. India, China, and South Korea make up our largest international populations.

Live, Work & Play in Johns Creek

The City of Johns Creek, Georgia, is the 10th largest city in Georgia with nationally-ranked schools, consistently ranks as the safest city in Georgia, ranks high in cultural diversity, and has premiere municipal services, and abundant recreational opportunities.


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Cultural Diversity

Johns Creek offers a community of inclusive neighbors and friends who are strengthened by the diversity in cultures and perspectives.

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Health, Wellness, & Innovation

Synergies with our community and businesses are at the heart of the City’s branding and Economic Development efforts enabling Johns Creek to be a premier City of Health, Wellness, and Innovation.

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Enriching the quality of life for our community

Johns Creek is committed to enhancing the well being of its residents and visitors through comprehensive recreation and park programs, facilities, and services. Recreation & Parks maintains over 400 acres of parkland and nature reserve, including five access points to the Chattahoochee River.

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We’re one of the safest cities in the U.S.

Johns Creek is routinely recognized as not only one of the safest cities in Georgia but also in the nation.

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Explore the History of Johns Creek

Johns Creek became a municipality when it was incorporated December 1, 2006, but our past began in the early 19th century in the trading posts along the Chattahoochee River in what was then Cherokee Indian territory.

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JC History 1

19th Century

Johns Creek’s past began in the early 19th century in the trading posts along the Chattahoochee River in what was then Cherokee Indian territory. Through the years, the trading posts grew slowly into crossroads communities where pioneer families – Rogers, McGinnis, Findley, Buice, Cowart, Medlock and others – gathered to visit and sell their crops. Today, reminders of those early farming families are still with us as we travel along streets and bridges named after them.

Creekside Park pond
Creekside Park pond


The founders of Technology Park/Atlanta (a technology business park established in 1970 by Georgia Institute of Technology graduates) bought 1,700 acres of rural land along McGinnis Ferry Road and Medlock Bridge Road / GA 141 to build a second campus/master planned community.

Aerial image of Johns Creek
Aerial image of Johns Creek


Spotting tiny Johns Creek on an old map, they named their mixed-use community Technology Park/Johns Creek. It was the first reference to Johns Creek as a place and it grew over the years to become the home of 200 companies – many of them Fortune 500 firms – with nearly 11,000 people spread over six million square feet of office, retail, and industrial space.

Shakerag Park overlook onto pond
Shakerag Park overlook onto pond


By 2000, a grassroots movement to incorporate the Johns Creek area into a city was slowly developing. It was only one of three main communities north of the Chattahoochee in Metro Atlanta that was not incorporated by that time. (Today, all of Fulton County north of the Chattahoochee River is incorporated).

Creekside Park pond
Creekside Park pond


Following Sandy Springs’ successful incorporation in 2005, a legislative campaign was begun to incorporate the Johns Creek community. House Bill 1321 was passed and approved by the residents of northeast Fulton County in a July 2006 voter referendum.

The front entrance to Johns Creek City Hall
The front entrance to Johns Creek City Hall

December 1, 2006

The City of Johns Creek officially incorporated on Dec. 1, 2006.

Strategic Priorities

In 2024, City Council agreed to focus on five strategic priorities: Arts & Culture, Economic Development, Public Safety, Recreation & Parks, and Transportation/Connectivity.

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Arts & Culture

From community partnerships to public art, City Council is focusing on a strategic plan for arts, culture, supporting performing arts, and creating an arts district.

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Economic Development

City Council is interested in seeking appropriate redevelopment and encouraging adaptive reuse, as well as the continued focus on retention and expansion of existing businesses.

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Public Safety

In addition to continued investment in staff, equipment, and vehicles, City Council is focused on innovative technologies and expansions of existing technologies used.

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Recreation & Parks

City Council continues investments in existing programs, and is exploring additional projects such as trails, an indoor recreation facility, and healthy living initiatives.

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Transportation / Connectivity

City Council continues to invest in transportation projects such as trails, pedestrian and cycling connections, multi-modal transportation, as well as innovative technologies for traffic calming and traffic control.

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About Mayor

John Bradberry

John was elected as Mayor in November 2021. His message for his campaign included three important priorities; Safety First, Building Greater Community, and Forward Together.

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Johns Creek Elected Officials

Council members are elected to Posts 1-6, which are not geographically designated as districts traditionally are. Therefore, each Johns Creek Council member represents the city at-large.

Visiting Johns Creek

About 25 miles north of Atlanta, Johns Creek covers 32 square miles in the northeastern part of Fulton County. Johns Creek has become a popular destination for young families seeking great schools, busy professionals seeking great jobs, and anyone looking for an excellent overall quality of life.

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City Management

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