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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. 
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.
View COVID-19 resources, helpful links Read more
View winners of JCPD's Halloween Costume ContestView winners
City Council Work Session, Regular Meeting sett for Monday, Nov. 2View agendas & watch meetings online
Stay safe this Halloween Read more

City breaks ground on Medlock at State Intersection Phase 1 TSPLOST project

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Council members Brian Weaver and John Bradberry joined city staff in marking the groundbreaking of the Medlock Bridge Road at State Bridge Road Phase 1 TSPLOST project on Sept. 30.

Johns Creek receives multiple awards from Georgia Recreation & Parks Association Read more
Register for Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day Read more
Community invited to provide input on police chief hiring processRead more
New traffic signals installed along Old Alabama RoadRead more
Learn tips on how to pay property taxes Read more