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Cities of Gwinnett

World-class schools, strong economic opportunities, award-winning parks, affordable housing, diverse entertainment – there’s so much to love about Gwinnett!

But ask a resident their favorite thing about our community, and they’ll likely mention one of our distinctive cities or neighborhoods. Each has a specific personality, from Buford’s charming main street to Suwanee’s 10-acre Town Center. You’ll know you’re in Norcross by the historic train depot and who wouldn’t recognize Lawrenceville’s iconic courthouse? There’s The Bowl in Sugar Hill, the Town Green in Duluth, and the Lake in Berkley Lake. Each and every one of our cities has its own charm, its own personality and its own history.

Diverse and vibrant, our cities and neighborhoods are home to the people that make Gwinnett so special. Throughout Gwinnett’s distinctive cities and neighborhoods, you’ll find more than 900,000 uniquely different individuals united by an equally exceptional sense of community. We speak scores of languages and celebrate an incredible variety of cultures, but all find commonality in this place we call home.

No matter where you’re from, no matter how you got here, no matter who you know – in Gwinnett, we’re all neighbors. #LoveGwinnett.

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Buford - Guide to Gwinnett Cities
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Duluth - Guide to Gwinnett Cities
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Norcross - Guide to Gwinnett Cities
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Suwanee - Guide to Gwinnett Cities
Sugar Hill - Guide to Gwinnett Cities