Welcome to Roswell
Charming and historic suburb with beautiful residential neighborhoods and lush greenspace
Overflowing with calm, charm, and history, Roswell is an idyllic place to call home. It is one of the northernmost suburbs of Atlanta, situated just over 22 miles from Downtown. The city is located in Fulton County and has a population of 94,498 residents. Those who are seeking a family-friendly community with top-rated public schools, convenient shopping, and spacious homes should consider relocating to Roswell.
Locals love living in Roswell for a number of important reasons. First, commuters can easily access all of the area’s major roads leading into (and around) Atlanta. Next, residents can drive to stores, schools, essential businesses, and restaurants within minutes. Additionally, Roswell is brimming with gorgeous parks that feature everything from playgrounds to community pools.
Many of the neighborhoods in Roswell are highly desirable and sought-after. The median list price for homes in the city is $479,900 — a bit lower than surrounding suburbs, thanks to the wide range of available property types. You can find everything from quaint ranch-style homes to luxurious residences with 6-7+ bedrooms.
What to Love
- Convenient access to shopping, dining, and major roads
- Peaceful parks
- Highly-rated public schools at every grade level
- Located along the Chattahoochee River
People & Lifestyle
Roswell can most accurately be described as being cozy, family-friendly, and community-centric. The tight-knit feeling among residents is hard to replicate.
The city is the perfect fit for anyone. Those who will find Roswell to be exceptionally suitable are Atlanta-area commuters looking to live in the suburbs, families with school-aged children, and outdoor enthusiasts.
Dining, Shopping & Entertainment
Any store you need to visit — and almost every kind of dining experience — is always close to home when living in Roswell. This suburb is packed with an outstanding selection of shopping establishments and restaurants.
If your plans include eating at a local restaurant, you won’t have to travel far to find outstanding dining options. Roswell locals can’t get enough of the menu offerings at places such as Table and Main
, Hugo’s Oyster Bar
, Lazaro’s Cuban Cuisine
, Brookwood Grill
, Peach & The Porkchop
, VAS Kouzina Roswell
, The Mill Kitchen and Bar
, Adele’s On Canton
, Osteria Mattone
, and NOCA Eatery & Bar
Things to Do
Need ideas for how to spend your days off as a new resident in Roswell? With everything from permanent favorites to seasonal events, you can fill your calendar every day of the week.
When the weather begins to warm up, residents and visitors alike flock to the Roswell Spring Arts and Crafts Festival
. The two-day outdoor event features an amazing selection of food vendors, local artists, and great entertainment. Another big community event is the GA 400 Century
bicycle ride. Each year, avid bikers attempt the lengthy 100-mile ride along GA 400.
On top of the city’s one-of-a-kind festivals and events, Roswell is home to many other notable spots. Upon moving to the area, you can explore the Roswell Riverwalk Trail, Riverside Park, Vickery Creek Waterfall, Roswell Town Square, the Roswell Area Park, Azalea Park, and Sky Zone Trampoline Park.
Roswell is home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include: