Powder Springs in Cobb County, Georgia

Cobb

The town motto, “Small enough to know you, large enough to serve you,” speaks volumes about Powder Springs. Once a gold mining town, the city now boasts several parks, as well as a museum that chronicles its rich history.

Powder Springs, GA Drive Times

Entertainment
Atlanta Braves - Truist Park
28 mins - (14.3 mi)
Mercedes Benz Stadium
39 mins - (26.7 mi)
Infinite Energy Center
56 mins - (43.4 mi)
Work Life
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Int. Airport
43 mins - (34.2 mi)
Quick Interstate Access
I-75
Average Commute Time
38 minutes
Shopping & Dining
Buckhead Shops/Dining
39 mins - (21.1 mi)
Lenox Square
41 mins - (27.9 mi)
Ponce City Market
42 mins - (25.6 mi)
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Powder Springs, Georgia Demographics

Familes & Kids

Families 74%
With Kids 33%

Median Age

39

Total Population

14,945

Male 6,678
Female 8,267

Travel to Work

Drive Alone
75%
Carpool
13%
Public Transit
1%
Walk
2%
Other
2%
Work at Home
7%

Powder Springs, Georgia Properties for Sale

Powder Springs Area Schools

Private Schools       Elementary Schools       Middle Schools       High Schools
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    Harrison High School

    4500 DUE WEST ROAD; Kennesaw, GA 30152
    Public 9th-12th  |  2,206 students
    Metro Atlanta School Rank: 13th
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    Hillgrove High School

    4165 Luther Ward Rd; Powder Springs, GA 30127
    Public 9th-12th  |  2,465 students
    Metro Atlanta School Rank: 22nd
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    McEachern High School

    2400 MACLAND ROAD; Powder Springs, GA 30127
    Public 9th-12th  |  2,345 students
    Metro Atlanta School Rank: 83rd
  • 3 / 5
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    East Paulding High School

    3320 EAST PAULDING DRIVE; Dallas, GA 30157
    Public 9th-12th  |  1,685 students
    Metro Atlanta School Rank: 99th

Nearby City & Neighborhoods

Cartersville

Offering access to an array of North Georgia’s natural wonders and a beautiful historic downtown, Cartersville blends the best of yesterday and today.

Acworth

Known as “The Lake City,” Acworth makes good use of its prime location on the banks of Lake Acworth with a full calendar of events centered around the water.

Austell

Although it’s located just 18 miles from Downtown Atlanta, Austell’s revitalized downtown and population of just over 7,000 still give it a small-town feel.

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