Located on the northern banks of the Chattahoochee River, Roswell is named for Roswell King, an American industrialist, planter and businessman.
Originally a cotton-mill community, Roswell has thrived and grown into one of Atlanta’s most sought after suburbs. The charming village of Historic Roswell boasts many shops, restaurants and activities for the entire family; these include art exhibitions, concerts and annual events such as the Taste of Roswell.
Located at Vickery Creek, a branch of the Chattahoochee National Recreation Area and National Park System offers something for the outdoor enthusiast. There are many other parks in the area including Big Creek Park, Sweet Apple Park, Hembree Park, Leita Thomson Park and others.
As the third largest city in Fulton County, Roswell offers both residents and visitors access to their comprehensive, official website.
You can access the city of Roswell from all major highways, I-285, I-75, I-85 and Georgia 400. Peruse helpful directions and maps from the Roswell’s official website.
Mountain Park Elementary, Northwood Elementary, Crabapple Middle and Centennial High School are all located within Roswell. There are many other options for students of all ages, and you can learn more schooling in Roswell by visiting the Greater Schools Roswell website.