Category: Johns Creek
Johns Creek was originally a “sacred place” for tribal meetings between the rival Cherokee and Creek tribes. Today Johns Creek has been established as a municipal leader in the metro-Atlanta area. The region of Johns Creek provides a very high quality of life for its residents, and keeps up a safe lifestyle. State-of-the-art public schools are located in Johns Creek, and some of them have won awards such as the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence that was awarded to Chattahoochee High School. The Ciba Vision world headquarters, State Farm Insurance regional headquarters, and Macy’s Technology Systems and Saia, Inc. national headquarters are all located in Johns Creek. The Autry Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center offers 46 acres of Georgia woodlands in addition to the beautiful three city parks in the area. Johns Creek is bordered by the Chattahoochee River, which provides recreational opportunities such as canoeing, kayaking, and trout fishing. The Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra is a major cultural attraction, as well as the Johns Creek Art Center.