Living in Roswell

The City of Roswell is in north Fulton County, and is Georgia’s eighth-largest city. A young, family-friendly suburb of Atlanta, Roswell has an affluent historic district wonderful small town feel in a largely urban area. The city has been chosen twice by “Atlanta Magazine” as the best place to live in the Metro-Atlanta area, and is known for its low crime rates. Life in Roswell offers residents a dense suburban feel with lots of great restaurants, coffee shops, parks, highly rated schools, and desirable central location.

Whether taking hikes at the Roswell Mill, mountain biking at Big Creek Greenway, tubing down the Chattahoochee River, eating at any of the amazing restaurants in downtown Roswell, or visiting any of the brewery/craft beer restaurants there for live music… residents love its wonderful small town feel in a largely urban area.

Roswell hosts many events such as beer festivals, art festivals, free concerts, block parties on Canton Street during the summer months (Alive in Roswell), and many other wonderful community activities.


Parks & Recreation



On The Map

Roswell is located in North Fulton County, with Alpharetta northeast, Milton to the north, and Johns Creek is east. Johns Creek covers 42 square miles, and with a population of approximately 95,000 people, Roswell is the eight largest city in Georgia.

Fun Fact

Roswell has received multiple recognitions and honors including “Live, Play, Work Award, Gold Certified Green Community, “Top Three Cities in the Nation to Raise a Family”, and many more!

Bonnie's Bottom Line

Roswell is a city rich in history with a dedicated Historical Society to ensure preservation efforts in maintaining historic buildings. Roswell’s Tag Line (Slogan) is “Modern Spirit. Southern Soul” which is an apt description of this beautiful town.