Situated approximately 30 miles north of Atlanta, the city of Suwanee, Ga., has received numerous accolades for being family-friendly - and between its more than 500 acres of parkland, array of community events and high-quality education system, it's not hard to see why. If you're interested in relocating to this Gwinnett County municipality, chances are there'll be a residence that fits your needs, as people in the market for local homes for rent have an assortment of housing options from which to choose.
Useful Facts for Suwanee Renters
Suwanee operates under a council-manager form of government, and has a mayor and five city councilors.
The city is served by the Gwinnett County Public Schools district.
If you don't have a car or simply want to save money on gas, fear not - the Gwinnett County Transit bus system enables Suwanee residents to easily access downtown Atlanta, the Mall of Georgia, the Gwinnett Civic & Cultural Center and other nearby attractions.
If you're looking to travel further afield, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is approximately 40 miles south of Suwanee and is easily accessible via Interstate 85.
Resources for Suwanee Residents
Consider Suwanee.com your go-to resource to answer questions about everything from upcoming events to how to make utility payments online. The municipality also has a presence on Facebook, and its Twitter handle is @CityofSuwanee.
Suwanee boasts nine parks, including the community-built "super playground" PlayTown Suwanee, which is just down the street from the Gwinnett County Public Library. Alternatively, you can walk, jog, bike or skate the 4-mile Suwanee Creek Greenway, celebrate the local community at the annual Suwanee Day festival or head to the Town Center and Main Street areas for shopping, art and culture - and remember, Atlanta is just a short drive away.