Today, Alpharetta is one of the fastest growing communities in
Georgia. The environment and style of life is considered ideal for raising families and living a quieter lifestyle outside of the hustle of the big city.
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Alpharetta was chartered in December 1858. It was one of the first settled lands in north Georgia after the Indian Removal Act.
2010 Census Results:
- Density: 2,775.5/sq mi
- Population: 57,551
- Households: 13,911
- Median Household Income: $95,888
- Median Family Income: $111,918
- Per Capita Income: $42,431
Top Employers: Employer / Approximate Number of Employees
- McKesson / 2,050
- ADP / 1,463
- LexisNexis / 1,289
- Comcast / 1,000
- UPS / 941
- Hewlett-Packard / 906
- Verizon Wireless / 3,598
- E-Trade / 765
- Cox Communications / 726
- RedPrairie / 672
Education: Fulton County Schools
- Elementary / 16
- Middle / 11
- High / 11
- Private / 7
Library: Alpharetta Branch of Atlanta – Fulton Public Library System
Things to Do around Alpharetta:
- Alpharetta Family Skate Center (The Cooler) –
- Alpharetta Brew Moon Fest – held the first Saturday in October.
- Scarecrow Harvest – held the first Saturday in October
- Alpharetta Farmers Market – a weekly farmers market that opens every Saturday from April to October
- Downtown Alpharetta Historic District
- Mansell House and Gardens
- Milton Log Cabin
- Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park
- Walk of Memories
- Alpharetta Big Creek Greenway
- Taste of Alpharetta
- Top Golf Alpharetta
- Wire and Wood Alpharetta Songwriters Festival – held in October.
- Avalon – Living Community
Wikipedia city information is believed to be accurate, but not warranted.
Alpharetta, Georgia. (2015, July 24). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 00:19, August 6, 2015, fromhttps://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Alpharetta,_Georgia&oldid=672874057