Voted #10 in the 2007 CNN Money’s Top 100 Places to Live, Suwanee is a small city in Gwinnett County. In addition, Suwanee was more recently rated the third best place in America for raising families by Kiplinger in 2012.
The most widely known park in Suwanee is the Town Center Park. It is a ten acre park on Buford Highway and Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road. The park holds the community’s special events, and many people gather around in the park whenever something special is going on. The park also has an amphitheater that holds up to 1,000 people. Many concerts and other performances are done on the amphitheater. The Town Center Park has Gwinnett County’s largest interactive fountain called “Big Splash”, which runs on recycled water. There is also a 4-mile trail with wooded areas and a wildlife habitat called the Suwanee Creek Greenway, great for walking, jogging, or bike riding. Connected to the Greenway is the The Suwanee Creek Park, an 85-acre park mostly for family picnics and gatherings. The Sims Lake Park was opened in 2008, and it has a 7-acre lake with a looping trail around it.
The zip code for Suwanee is 30024.
Popular Subdivisions Include:
Baxley Point | Baxley Ridge | Bayswater Common | Bears Best | Belmore Estates | Morningview | Richland | Rivermoore Park | Settles Bridge | The River Club
- 3860 Baxley Pine Trail Suwanee GA 30024 – SOLD – $238,000 (8/28/2015)
- 4590 Settles Point Rd Suwanee GA 30024 – SOLD – $174,900 (1/14/2013)
- 201 Woodcliff Court Suwanee GA 30024 – SOLD – $409,710 (8/27/2002)
Suwanee Utility and Service Providers
Currently, Suwanee residents and businesses contract with private companies for sanitation services. We encourage you to ask each company about their recycling program options; some offer these services in addition to standard refuse collection. Among the contractors serving Suwanee residents are:
|Advanced Disposal Services
|Red Oak Sanitation
Suwanee’s millage rate for 2012 is 4.93 mills, a reduction of 0.72 mills from last year. This marks the third consecutive year that Suwanee has reduced its millage rate.
This year’s reduced rate was made possible, in part, by terms of the service delivery agreement reached earlier this year between Gwinnett County and its cities.
This rate means that the owner of a $216,200 home, which represents Suwanee’s median value, would pay $426 in City taxes, that’s $63 – or about 13 percent – less than last year.
City of Suwanee tax bills typically are mailed in the fall with payment due by the end of the year.
Gwinnett County bills separately for county (including school) taxes. For county tax information, call 770/822-8800 or visit Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner’s website. For questions related to City of Suwanee property taxes, call City Hall at 770/945-8996.
2012 Millage Rates
|City of Suwanee||4.93 mills|
|Gwinnett County||33.77 mills|