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Roswell offers a great location to raise a family and is recognized regionally and nationally as one of the best places to live, both in the metro Atlanta and in the country. The suburb’s multimillion-dollar estates are truly a sight to behold. The city is an ARC-Certified Gold Green Community that focuses on environmental sustainability with many green and energy conservation initiatives.
Cost of Living
The cost of living in Roswell is significantly higher than the Georgia average and higher than the national average. This is proportionate to a higher average income in Roswell and is balanced by the exceptional amenities, safety ratings, education, and employment opportunities.
Roswell is accessible via many major roadways due to its location at the convergence of five state routes in northern Fulton County, linking up with SR 400. Although there are a lot of navigation options, the traffic is often congested which the city is in the process of resolving. There are two MARTA bus routes in Roswell with a total of 96 stops for access to public transportation within the city and continuing to Atlanta.
Roswell is part of the Fulton County School District, which is one of the oldest and largest school systems in Georgia. There are 10 elementary schools, two middle schools, three high schools, one charter school, and several private school in Roswell. Fulton County Schools is a high-performing district, ranking third in Georgia for overall SAT scores, exceeding the national average by 70 points. It’s also the highest of the large metro Atlanta school districts for graduation rate which continues to grow.