The City of Johns Creek, Georgia, is the 10th largest city in Georgia with nationally-ranked schools; consistently ranked the safest city in Georgia; ranks high in cultural diversity (25% international population); has premiere municipal services, and abundant golf, tennis, and swim opportunities.
Johns Creek is the 9th Most Diverse Small City in the U.S. (2017, Johns Creek is only one of two cities in the nation ranked in the top 10 that is not a suburb of New York City or Washington, D.C.

DemographicsFrom restaurants and shops to festivals and community events, there are many opportunities in Johns Creek to experience the City's cultural diversity.
The atmosphere is warm, friendly and accepting, a community of inclusive neighbors and friends who are strengthened by the diversity in cultures and perspectives.



City of Johns Creek Population:*

White: 49,754
Black or African American: 8,716
American Indian and Alaska Native: 287
Asian: 20,321
         Asian Indian: 8,454
         Chinese: 5,689
          South Korean: 3,728
          Vietnamese: 444

         Filipino: 335
         Japanese: 243
         Other Asian: 1,428
Hispanic or Latino: 4,819
         Mexican: 2,132
         Puerto Rican: 471
         Cuban: 300
         Other Hispanic or Latino: 1,916
Two or More Races: 2,242

*Source: 2015 American Community Survey