The Johns Creek Community
Johns Creek was incorporated in 2006. It is a suburban community of approximately 80,400* people in a 32 square mile area located 30 miles northeast of Atlanta. The City government provides the majority of services, including Police and Fire. It has a City Council/City Manager form of government.
An active adult center – Park Place at Newtown School – was opened in 2011 in a renovated 1929 four-classroom schoolhouse. A variety of fun, helpful, and interesting activities are provided Monday through Saturday.
Facts about city services, permits, code enforcement, public safety, and other pertinent information are listed in City Information, including the following area guide books:
A variety of community resources – cultural, medical, active adults, volunteer – are available to serve residents, visitors and businesses.
A section on alarms and emergencies provides a cross-section of essential emergency and preparedness information.
The community enjoys a number of free and nominal cost events in the park facilities, and a Founders Day parade celebrating the city's official incorporation on Dec. 1, 2006.
The Chattahoochee River borders the length of Johns Creek, adding to a diversity of leisure activities. With a mild climate, these can be enjoyed pretty much year-round and is a popular reason why people relocate here.
For more information about each of these topics, see: