Traveling across Johns Creek today, one can see remnants of the original crossroads communities (1.3 MB) that dotted the rural landscape for more than 100 years. Ocee, Newtown, Shakerag and Warsaw are still with us in the names of our parks and some of our streets, churches, buildings and businesses.Neighborhoods

Historically those early crossroads served as centers of social and business activities and united the sparsely populated area, giving its residents a sense of community still evident today.

It was those early communities that built the foundation upon which the City's nearly 300 neighborhoods stand and they continue to provide an inclusive approach to making Johns Creek a quality community of safe and healthy neighborhoods.