Suwanee, Georgia was named for a Shawnee Indian tribe that settled in the area in the latter part of the 18th century. Until recently, Suwanee was a small agricultural town with strong ties to the railroad. And just as the railroads brought growth in the late 1800s, so has Suwanee’s convenient access to Atlanta fueled growth over the past 20 years.
Suwanee was one of the fastest-growing cities in Georgia throughout the 1990s and is today home to about 15,000 residents. Suwanee, GA has worked hard to retain its charm and sense of neighborliness. The City has recently used voter-approved bond funds to preserve open space and create new parks.
In addition, Suwanee is committed to preserving and enhancing its historic area, providing outstanding services to citizens and businesses, and fostering a true sense of community. Not only is Suwanee an excellent place to live, work, and play, it’s a great place to call home.
Attractions and Entertainment
Discover Mills - Discover Mills is located in Gwinnett County at the junction of I-85 (SR120 – Duluth Hwy) and Sugarloaf Parkway.
Gwinnett Place Mall - Gwinnett Place Mall serves northeast metro Atlanta from its location at I-85 (Exit 104) and Pleasant Hill Road.
Mall of Georgia - The Mall of Georgia is located on Buford Drive, GA State Route 20, between I-85 (at Exit 115, S.R. 20 West) and I-985 (at Exit 4) in the Mill Creek district of Gwinnett County, just 30 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta.
Lodging – Suwanee, Georgia - Hotels & Motels
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Suwanee, Georgia City Web Site - The SuwaneeGeorgiaCity web site offers information about Suwanee, Georgia.
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