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Cobb County, Georgia
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Long regarded as one of the best places to live in metro Atlanta, Cobb County captures the best of all worlds with growing businesses, neighborhoods and more just beyond the I-285 Perimeter. It provides easy access to recreation and entertainment opportunities, as well as a thriving commercial center.
- WellStar Health System
- Cobb County School District
- Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company
- The Home Depot
- RaceTrac Petroleum
- Aaron’s Inc.
- Genuine Parts Company
- Truist Park/The Battery Atlanta
- Six Flags Over Georgia/White Water
- Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
- Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History
- Silver Comet Trail
- Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area
Learn more about Cobb County Government and the services it offers residents by visiting cobbcounty.org.
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Cobb County Cities
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. It was once a busy trade center on the Western and Atlantic Railroad and was incorporated in 1860.
Located just 18 miles from Atlanta, Austell was once a popular getaway spot for those seeking rest and relaxation in its hot springs. Its revitalized downtown area and population of nearly 7,000 also give it a small-town feel.
Best known as home to Kennesaw Mountain, site of an important Civil War battle, Kennesaw is now a bustling business center in Cobb County. Home to more than 5,000 companies and Kennesaw State University, it is also known as a great place to raise a family.
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.
Just 15 minutes from Atlanta, the “Jonquil City” is home to a wealth of clean, family-friendly neighborhoods, upscale dining establishments, pristine public parks and a vibrant Village Green. With a never-ending calendar stacked with festivals, fairs and events, it’s no wonder that Smyrna ranks as the second largest city in Cobb County and one of the fourth fastest-growing cities in metro Atlanta.
Cobb County Neighborhoods
Situated 10 miles northwest of downtown Atlanta, this unincorporated community has 103,000 residents and serves as the region's fifth largest business district. It also is home to SunTrust Park.
At more than 20 square miles, Mableton is the largest unincorporated community in the metro area. It boasts 37,000 residents and is also the hometown of former Georgia Governor Roy Barnes.
Located just inside the I-285 perimeter, unincorporated Vinings has become a go-to spot for a city-meets-the suburbs experience. Upscale boutiques, exceptional restaurants and the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre are just a few local offerings.
Featured Neighborhoods in Cobb County
Powder Springs, GA 30127
Marietta, GA 30067
Marietta, GA 30066
Smyrna, GA 30082
Smyrna, GA 30080
Smyrna, GA 30080
Featured Schools in Cobb County
- - Primrose School of Wade Green
- - Primrose School of Smyrna West
- - Primrose School of Providence Pavillion
- - Primrose School at Oregon Park
- - Primrose School of Lassiter
- - Primrose School of Kennesaw North
- - Primrose School at East Lake
- - Primrose School at Brookstone
- - Primrose School of Bells Ferry
- - Primrose School of Sprayberry
- - Primrose School at Macland Pointe