Once again, Money Magazine recognized Suwanee, Georgia as one of the best places to live in America. The city was selected as number 35 in 2009 from over 2400 small towns (populations of 8,500 - 50,000). The city's commitment to historical preservation, community involvement, planned development and greenspace keep this thriving city among the best places to live in America and a premier destination for businesses and residents moving into metro Atlanta.
Highlights of Some Upcoming Events
Community Garden Plan Approved - City Council approved the master plan for Suwanee's community garden on July 28. Team Agro-Engineers created the plan with help and input from City staff members and citizens on the Founders Committee. The first 50 garden plots of the project's phase one should be available in time for planting in spring 2010.
Free community concerts - There will be two big concerts in the Suwanee Town Center Park amphitheater during the month of August.
August 15th - Suwanee will host Los Angeles-based, Grammy-nominated, platinum-selling recording artists, Tonic at the Town Center Park amphitheater. Come out to hear their new music along with their 1998 hit “If You Could Only See,” from the band’s debut album Lemon Parade.
Originally posted at SuwaneeDwellings.com