Living in East Cobb
East Cobb is located between Marietta and Roswell and is in an unincorporated area administered by the Cobb County Government.
An affluent suburb that has developed steadily over the last thirty years, East Cobb credits its growth to the excellent school system, and its proximity to intown Atlanta.
Prospective new neighbors can expect a bucolic setting where families easily settle into quiet routines, and enjoyment of life’s simple pleasures, with wonderful proximity to the hustle/bustle of Metro Atlanta.
Home and family direct the focus of small businesses, shopping options, and dining choices with many established stand-out venues, as well as many new ones. Youth programs bring the community together and give students plenty of extracurricular options. Hiking, biking, and outdoor exploration (including Chattahoochee River access) make East Cobb a hidden gem for nature lovers. It’s so easy to go off the grid here and immerse yourself in the wooded parks and river-side trails that are easily accessible and very much utilized by local residents. East Cobb is a tight-knit community, and quality of residential life is a priority.
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East Cobb does not technically fall within incorporated city limits. It lies primarily in the unincorporated areas near Marietta, and a significant portion of unincorporated area near Roswell. Cherokee County is to the north. Roswell is to the northeast with the Chattahoochee River and Sandy Springs are to East Cobb’s southeast.
In 2017, the Atlanta Braves left their home at Turner Field in downtown Atlanta and moved to Cobb County. SunTrust Park officially opened on April 14, 2017 with 41,000 seats. SunTrust Park was renamed Truist Park in January 2020 following the merger of SunTrust Banks Inc. and BB&T Corp. to form Truist.