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Johns Creek is Georgia’s ninth largest city with more than 82,000 residents, located approximately 25 miles northeast of Atlanta. 
 
While only 10 years young, we are proud of the fact that we have been recognized as the safest large city in Georgia, as well as one of the best cities to live in the United States.
 
The schools within our exceptional city are not only among the top 20 in the state, but they are routinely recognized nationally for their academic excellence.
 
And, with more than 300 acres of parks and growing, we offer recreational opportunities for nearly everyone; including world class golf, tennis, swimming, and sports programs for kids and adults of all ages.  
 
Johns Creek is a culturally diverse community with nearly 25 percent of our residents joining us from India, China, South Korea and other nations.  We are also home to many Fortune 100 companies and can provide an ideal location for businesses looking to relocate or expand.
 
From our cultural arts scene, dining, and recreation, to our highly acclaimed medical facilities, and executive-style living, we invite you to come and see why top entertainers, sports figures, senior executives, and businesses from all over the globe choose to call Johns Creek home.
City Hall has MOVED! New City Hall building now open
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Calculate your 2019 Homestead Exemption
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City marks completion of Autry Mill sidewalk project

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City staff and community members marked the completion of the Autry Mill Road sidewalk project on June 12.
Summer Concert set for Saturday, August 3
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City Council appoints Police Chief Ed Densmore as Acting City Manager
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Be safe, check water release schedule before entering the Chattahoochee River

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Viewed from a distance, the Chattahoochee River looks like a languid, easy-going river, but its appearance can be dangerously deceptive. When the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers releases water from Lake Lanier, the resulting surge of water can cause the river to rise several feet in a short amount of time.

Johns Creek, Alpharetta bring Waze Carpool to local residents, employers
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Johns Creek CVB seeks community input for Public Art Gateway
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Traffic improvements underway

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The City of Johns Creek has several traffic improvement projects underway. More information can be found on our Traffic Improvements page.

City launches fifth year of Neighborhood Repaving
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