About Gwinnett County, Georgia
One of the most rapidly growing counties in the U.S. for the past 20 years, Gwinnett County features many wonderful cities and communities. For the executive homebuyer there are many luxury communities located in Duluth and Sugar Hill. Family/suburban communities are also found throughout Lawrenceville, Suwanee, Bufurd, Lilburn and Norcross. Many beautiful swim/tennis subdivisions, and even some exclusive golf communities are scattered throughout the area, plus there is a tremendous amount of shopping and commerce in Gwinnett County. There is certainly something for everyone here.
Georgia 316 gives easy access to the University of Georgia in Athens, while Atlanta's other Universities are also available to the south. Mall of Georgia is currently the second largest mall in the Southeast (a feet punishing 2.2 million square feet on 180 acres).
We have two specialists who work specifically with our Gwinnett County clients, both having spent the majority of their lives here. One is also bilingual, speaking both English and Spanish. When you've made your decision to move to Gwinnett, call us and we'll make sure to find the home that is right for you and your needs.
Located 30 miles northeast of Atlanta, the County seat is located in Lawrenceville.
Current population is 751,693 (as of 2006) with 1.2 million projected by the year 2025. Encompasses 437 square miles.
Governed by a five-member Board of Commissioners: one full-time county-elected chairman and four part-time district-elected commissioners.
Gwinnett County property records are available by contacting the Gwinnett County Tax Assessor's office at 770-822-7200. The Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center is located in Lawrenceville in the middle of the county.