Top 10 Richest Cities In Georgia 2020

These are the richest cities in Georgia presently. Georgia is located in the south-eastern part of the United State of America. According to the 2019 U.S census bureau, Georgia’s population is around 10.2 million. Georgia is the 8th most populated area and also the 24th largest by landmass. Georgia is surrounded by Tennessee and North Carolina in the North, in the northeast by South Carolina, southeast and also, to the west by Alabama. Georgia is the eighth-most populous area and it contains about 56% of the total state population.

Georgia has a plush, rich and prosperous economic growth. Georgia has at least 98 cities. Besides, out of all these 98, the top ten wealthiest cities in Georgia will be listed below; 

Top 10 Richest Cities In Georgia 2020

  • 1. Milton

Milton city is the richest and the best place to live in Georgia. Milton was incorporated effectively on December 1, 2006. This city’s estimated population as of 2014 was 38,171 with an average household income of $107,140. Milton is a city that was created out of the whole unincorporated Fulton northern county’s part.  The unemployment rate in Milton city is 3.2%.

Milton has a landmass of 39.2 square miles and it is surrounded by cities like Roswell and Alpharetta on the south, foreign county by the east and Cherokee county by the north and west. The city has four elementary schools, two middle schools, two high schools, and three private schools.

Furthermore, the Neighbourhood Scout’s analysis of FBI crime analysis shows that Milton is more secure than 73% of the cities and towns in the US of all population sizes.

  • 2. Braselton

Braselton city has a population of 10,509 residents and an unemployment rate of 1.5%. Braselton resident’s household median income is $102,522. In recent years, the city’s job growth rate has risen rapidly with 2.9% and the predicted future job growth is 46.7%. Braselton city employs up to 4,418 people. The poverty rate in Braselton is 6.7%. Also, the biggest industries in Braselton are; Retail trade, Educational service, and Professional, scientific and technical services. In 2013, the median house value in Braselton city is $288,000 which is 1.25 times more than the U.S average of $229,700.

  • 3. Roswell 

Roswell is a city located in North Fulton County, Georgia. According to the 2010 U.S census, it has a population of 88,346. In 2017, its estimated population was 94,786 which made it one of the state‘s eight largest cities. Roswell city has a prosperous economy and historical background.

Milton city surrounds Roswell by the north, Alpharetta by the northeast, Johns Creek by the east and Peachtree city by the southeast. Roswell city has a total land area of 42.0 square miles. Roswell has a poverty rate of 7.4%, an unemployment rate of 3.3% and a household median income of $87,911.

  • 4. Alpharetta 

Alpharetta is a city in north Fulton County, Georgia. It is a suburb of Atlanta and its recent estimated population is 63,038. It has an unemployment rate of 4.6%, 6.2% poverty rate and a household median income of $87,837.

  • 5. Peachtree City 

Peachtree city was established in 1959 and also, it is an award-winning master-planned community. Peachtree in Fayet County, Georgia is located in the South Metro Atlanta. The city is well known for its diversified residents and provision of exquisite residential areas, commercial areas, and community services to its citizens. Peachtree city has a population of 34,988 residents and $299,800 as of its home median value. In Peachtree city, the median household income is $86,352. The unemployment rate is 3.1%.

In 2005, Peachtree city was ranked eight by the Money Magazine on the list of the ‘100 best places to live in the United States’. Also, according to ‘Bloomberg Business Week’, Peachtree City was ranked number one for the ‘Best places to raise kids in Georgia’. Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America (PASA) has its arch operations based in Peachtree city and it is the highest employer in the city. The education system in Peachtree city is wonderful. It has seven elementary schools, two middle schools, three high schools, and about seven private schools.

  • 6. Suwanee

As of the 2010 census, Suwanee has an estimated population of 15,355 people. This city has a total landmass of 11.0 square miles. In Suwanee, the median income for a household is $85,306 and the per capita income for the city is $29,712.

Out of the 15,355 people in Suwanee, 67.4% are white, 10.8% are back American, 0.1% American indigenes, and 18.0% are Asians. Pacific Islander is 0.001% and 0.72 from other races. According to Kiplinger, Suwanee city was rated as the third best place in America for raising families. In addition, Suwanee was presented with the award of the best city with the nicest public schools by Niche. This city offers the best spot for recreational activities as well as relaxation spots.

  • 7. Dunwoody City 

Dunwoody has a population of 49,459 residents and is located in DeKalb County, Georgia. Dunwoody city is a northern Atlanta suburb. This city was incorporated effectively on December 1, 2008. There are multitudinous top-class restaurants, schools, recreation parks and shopping malls in this city.

Dunwoody city is one of the best places to live in Georgia; it is well secured and beautifully planned.  Some of the notable people from Dunwoody city are Kip Pardue (an actor), Ryan Seacrest (host of American idol) and Erin Andrews (an ESPN reporter). Dunwoody city has a 3.4% unemployment rate, a 7.5% poverty rate and a household median income of$78,063.

  • 8. Woodstock 

Woodstock city is located in Cherokee County, Georgia. According to the 2010 census, its population is 23,896. In 2007, Woodstock City became one of the tenth fastest-growing cities in the United States. Woodstock city has a household median income of $68,499, an unemployment rate of 2.9% and also, a poverty rate of 7.3%.

  • 9. Flowery Branch City

Flowery Branch has a population of 7,151 people and a landmass of 2.49 square miles. Flowery Branch is located in Hall County, Georgia. The city’s poverty rate is 7.2%with an unemployment rate of 1.8%. The household median income in Flowery Branch city is $62,863. The public education system in Flowery Branch is made by Hall County Schools. All the public schools are rated above average. Flowery Branch in Hall County is really a great place to live. Its dense suburban environment creates a great sensation on its residents. The white alone population is 73.7%, the Hispanic is 13.8%, Black alone 8.9%, Asian alone 2.7% and other races are 1.82%

  • 10. Bremen 

Bremen is a city in Haralson and Carroll Counties, Georgia. According to the U.S 2010 census, the city has a population of 6,311. The city has an unemployment rate of 1.9%, 6.5% poverty rate and a household median income of $56,107.


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