Loganville, GA


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Loganville, GA

About Loganville, GA

Loganville is an incorporated city located in Walton County, Georgia offering plenty of attractions such as exploring its multiple trails ideal for biking or jogging plus nearby Tribble Mill Park provides amazing views close by. There are also numerous shops and eateries providing unique items or delicious cuisine perfectfor anyone looking to have a meal out during their visit here! Regional center - North-central Georgia at the southern tip of the Appalachian Mountains.

State: Georgia
County: Walton County
Metro Area: Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta Metro Area
City: Loganville
Zip Codes: 30052
Cost of Living:
Time zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Elevation: 1034 ft above sea level

The large, energetic and cosmopolitan Atlanta is a booming regional center for the growing and increasingly prosperous American South. Originally Atlanta was founded as a transportation crossroads, as railroads converged on its end-of-mountains location and radiated in all directions. Today’s Atlanta still plays that role, both for ground and air transport, as it originates more flights than any city except Chicago. But more generally, Atlanta has boomed, first as home to such giants as Coca-Cola and Delta Airlines, and more recently as a vital regional and headquarters business center for large corporations. Home offices for Home Depot, UPS, CNN and Bellsouth are in the area, and almost any company you can think of has an operation here, and some are quite large.

Culturally, Atlanta sits at the crossroads between the old and new South, as old economy and agrarian interests mingle with modern corporate America and numerous technology and research interests. Atlanta has a rich diversity of socioeconomic backgrounds, and is full of northerners drawn by the booming economy, pleasant climate, activities, and cultural diversity. Some locals call it the “northernmost southern city,” but make no mistake—despite the corporate towers and fast pace, Atlanta retains its southern roots.

The commercial downtown is modern, but not as impressive as most large American cities. It has undergone several renewals, with the development of the notable “Underground” many years ago, which has faded from the limelight somewhat, but more recently with growth of residential towers, some new parks and a new aquarium complex. But the real story is suburban growth: the city has spread primarily to the north and northeast into the wooded areas of Dekalb, Cobb and Cherokee counties, where the most desirable residential neighborhoods are found. Most new commercial development is also north along the I-285 beltway known locally as the “Perimeter.”

The regions to the east and south are more industrial, while the west is a mix. Some are inside the Perimeter (“ITP”) around the upscale Buckhead, more are outside it in suburbs such as Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, Roswell, and Norcross and Marietta, spread along the major radii running north across and outside the Perimeter (“OTP”). The sprawl is going still further north, beyond Marietta to Kennesaw, beyond Roswell to the more upscale Alpharetta, and so forth. Most people commute to somewhere along the Perimeter, not downtown.

Housing is one of Atlanta’s most attractive features. The area has some of the highest quality residential properties anywhere per dollar spent, particularly for a city of this size. Nice family-style homes are affordable thanks to inexpensive labor, materials, and business costs. Generous, well-built houses on attractive wooded lots are the rule, not the exception. The area looks more attractive than most, but some areas are starting to get crowded.

There is plenty to do in Atlanta and surrounding areas, with an abundance of rich cultural amenities and nightlife; the list is too long to share here. Atlanta has some of the country’s best restaurants, and eateries in general are plentiful and reasonably priced, and professional sports are an obsession even if performance has been spotty. Atlanta is a particularly strong choice for families and career-minded middle class seeking good single-family housing in a lively big-city environment. But those residents must increasingly be willing to tolerate the side effects of rapid growth.

Physically, Atlanta is located in a transition zone between forested hills to the north and more level agricultural areas to the south. Nearby mountains and distant water moderate the climate somewhat resulting in a mix of subtropical and continental types. Summer temperatures are warm but moderated by elevation. There may be prolonged periods of late summer heat. Winters are mild with short cold spells. Active precipitation occurs during spring with thunderstorms, some severe, lasting into July, with frequent dry periods into late summer and fall. Most winter precipitation is rain with occasional snowfall. Ice storms and freezing rain with newsworthy damage and travel disruption occur 2 out of every 3 years. First freeze is mid-November, last is late March.

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Loganville Cost of Living
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Excellent housing, entertainment, and education make Loganville a great place to live.

$370,500
+8.7% higher than avg
$72,820
+5.2% higher than avg
$1,240 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
+7.4% higher than avg
Loganville Crime
40.5 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
Minimum annual income
To live comfortably in Loganville, Georgia
$70,920
for a family
$57,600
for a single person
Pros & Cons of Loganville
   Excellent housing
Growth and sprawl
   Entertainment
Traffic and commutes
   Education
Summer heat
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I tried to rate Loganville five stars but there was some sort of glitch and could only do four stars. I lived in Loganville for almost 25 years. Originally from Long  More

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Loganville is a great small town to raise a family in. It has the old time values you see in small towns. People are respectful and kind and it reminds me of stepping  More

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Moved from the new jersey to Georgia 1 year ago. Life in Georgia is horrible deprsssing and will deplete your savings if you have one before you know it. The only  More

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