Guide to Gwinnett Cities -  Loganville

Loganville, Georgia

Land Lot No. 186, you’ve come a long way! James Harvie Logan purchased that lot, which became the first 62.5 acres of Loganville, for only $150. Loganville was first incorporated in 1887, and around the turn of the century would become the last stop on the railroad from Atlanta to Lawrenceville.

Today, Loganville’s city limits are split between Gwinnett and Walton counties. (We don’t mind sharing.) The town “Where People Matter” counts more than 12,500 residents, and couples growth and progress with a warm community atmosphere. The Loganville Town Green draws folks to the city center for a busy calendar of events that includes AutumnFest, the Groovin’ on the Green concert series, an annual Tree Lighting and Christmas Parade.

With three state highways traversing the city, Loganville offers a unique business climate that includes large retail and restaurant chains combined with small and locally owned niche shopping and dining experiences.

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