Guides

    • Braselton

      Welcome to Braselton The Town of Braselton, Georgia has a rich heritage and the unique characteristic of being located not only in one county, but spanning into four: Jackson, Hall,…

    • Hoschton

      Welcome Home! The City of Hoschton is a small community and a wonderful place to call home.  It is located just off Interstate 85 in Jackson County in north Georgia, about 35…

    • Flowery Branch

      Flowery Branch, Georgia Flowery Branch was established in 1874, one year after the Richmond and Danville Air-Line Railroad Railway System built a rail line through the city connecting Charlotte to…

    • Buford

      About Buford The City of Buford has come a long way since its beginnings in 1872 as a depot on the railway line between Atlanta and Charlotte, North Carolina. Major…

    • Dacula

      Dacula, Georgia Dacula Is at the Center of Georgia’s Innovation Crescent The innovation crescent is a geographic area and a coalition of fifteen counties and other entities. It includes Gwinnett…

    • Gwinnett County

      Welcome to Gwinnett County – one of America’s fastest-growing counties for the past 20 years! Gwinnett County was created on December 15, 1818, and named for Button Gwinnett, one of the…

    • Dawsonville

      Dawsonville Dawsonville, incorporated December 10, 1859, is the county seat of Dawson County.  The city was named after William C. Dawson, a compiler of the laws of Georgia and commander…

    • Hall County

      Welcome to Hall County, Georgia Newcomers to Hall County quickly discover what residents have known for generations: Northeast Georgia generally – and Hall County specifically – offers the best quality…

    • Gainesville

      Gainesville, Georgia Established as “Mule Camp Springs” near the crossing of two Indian trails followed by settlers in the 1800s, the City of Gainesville has maintained and built upon its…

    • Habersham County

      About Habersham County Resting in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, roughly 90 miles north of Atlanta, is Georgia’s forty-sixth county. Officially created in 1818 from the lands of the…

    • Jefferson

      Jefferson, Georgia Only an hour’s drive from Atlanta, Jefferson was designated the county seat of Jackson County on November 24, 1806. The city, named for President Thomas Jefferson, was the…

    • Jackson County

      Jackson County History Settlement of this area began in 1784 with a small group of Revolutionary War veterans and other pioneers who ventured into the newly ceded lands of Franklin…

    • Lake Lanier

      Lake Lanier Lake Lanier is popular with boaters, houseboats, jetskiers and others, particularly around the summer holidays. Over 7.5 million people per year visit the lake, including its marinas and the Lake Lanier Islands waterpark. The rowing and sprint canoeing events during the 1996 Summer…

    • Banks County

      Banks County, Georgia Banks County, established in 1858, carved itself from tracts of Habersham and Franklin counties’ lands. Since the Treaty of Augusta in 1783, the county’s territory had bordered…