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In 2017, Johns Creek Georgia was the third ranked on the list of “50 Best Cities to Live in” by USA Today. As of the 2010 census, Johns Creek, in Fulton County had a population of 76,728 and a total area of 31.3 square miles, nearly all of which is land. The elevation ranges from 880 feet above sea level along the Chattahoochee River to 1,180 feet in the Ocee area along the Alpharetta border. Johns Creek is bounded to the south by the Chattahoochee River and Gwinnett County, and on the northeast by McGinnis Ferry Road and Forsyth County. It is bounded by Roswell to the west, Alpharetta to the northwest, Suwanee to the east, and Duluth, Berkeley Lake, and Peachtree Corners to the south. Downtown Atlanta is 27 miles to the southwest. In the early 19th century, the Johns Creek area was dotted with trading posts along the Chattahoochee River in what was then Cherokee territory. The Cherokee nation was a confederacy of agrarian villages led by a chief. After Europeans colonized the area, the Cherokee developed an alphabet, and a legislature and judiciary system patterned after the American model. Some trading posts gradually became crossroads communities where pioneer families – Rogers, McGinnis, Findley, Buice, Cowart, Medlock and others – gathered to visit and sell their crops. By 1820, the community of Sheltonville (now known as Shakerag) was a ferry crossing site, with the McGinnis Ferry and Rogers Ferry carrying people and livestock across the river for a small fee. Further south, the Nesbit Ferry did the same near another crossroads community known as Newtown. In the 1820s, the discovery of gold in the foothills of northeast Georgia within the Cherokee Nation – approximately 45 miles north of today’s Johns Creek – led to America’s first Gold Rush, the eventual takeover of the Cherokee Nation by the U.S. government in 1830, and the subsequent forced exile (the “Trail of Tears”) of Cherokee Indians to Oklahoma and other areas of the American West. A few Cherokees remained, the most famous being Sarah Cordery (1785–1842), the half-blood Cherokee wife of pioneer John Rogers (1774–1851), and their 12 children. Rogers was a respected, influential plantation owner and colleague of President Andrew Jackson. Rogers’s 1828 home – today, a private residence in Johns Creek – was an overnight stop-over for Jackson. Much later, the home was also visited by famed humorist Will Rogers, the great, great-nephew of John Rogers. Johns Creek’s name comes from John Rogers’s son, Johnson K. Rogers. A local tributary was named after him, and the name “Johns Creek” eventually came to be the name of the area. In 1831, much of the land in the former Cherokee Nation north of the Chattahoochee was combined into the massive Cherokee County. When Milton County was formed in 1858, the Johns Creek area was folded into it. In the 1930s, during the Great Depression, Milton County was dissolved, and all of its land was then absorbed into Fulton County. The four main crossroad communities — Ocee, Newtown, Shakerag and Warsaw — remained the social, educational and business centers of rural, unincorporated northeast Fulton County. For the next 50 years, these communities helped bring a sense of identity to this largely undeveloped and underpopulated area, as the nearby cities of Roswell, Alpharetta, Duluth and Suwanee and adjoining Forsyth and Gwinnett counties continued to grow and develop. In 1981, a group of Georgia Institute of Technology graduates bought 1,700 acres of farmland and woods near McGinnis Ferry and Medlock Bridge Roads for a high-tech office park. The new office park was to mirror one built in 1970 in nearby Peachtree Corners, known as Technology Park/Atlanta. Spotting tiny Johns Creek on an old map, they named their mixed-use, master-planned community “Technology Park/Johns Creek”. This is the first reference to Johns Creek as a place. The area grew over the years to become the home of 200 companies – many of them Fortune 500 firms – with nearly 11,000 people spread over 6,000,000 square feet of office, retail and industrial space. With the jobs came houses and shopping centers, and the population increased to about 60,000. By 2000, a grassroots movement to incorporate the Johns Creek area into a city was slowly developing. Residents wanted more control over issues such as traffic, growth, development and quality of life. They also sought a level of service that was a challenge for the sprawling Fulton County to provide. Following the nearby city of Sandy Springs’ successful incorporation in 2005, a legislative campaign was started to incorporate the Johns Creek community. House Bill 1321 was passed by the state legislature, signed by Gov. Sonny Perdue in March 2006, and approved by the residents of northeast Fulton County in a July 18, 2006 voter referendum. In November 2006, the city’s first elected officials were voted into office, with the City of Johns Creek becoming official December 1, 2006. In 2017, an iHeartJC initiative has been growing to have the city’s residential, business and innovation ecosystem develop a long-term strength and identity in healthcare innovation and wellness. Unfortunately, the USPS does not recognize the city; however, 30005, 30022, 30024, 30097, and 30098 are from other cities and apply to portions of John’s Creek. Four area codes apply to the city: 770, 404, 678, 470.

Johns Creek is ranked #1 in Georgia and #69 in the United States with a livability score of 87, which is in the 99th percentile. The city scored best for great weather, crime, amenities, education and employment. The average summer temperature is a comfortable 77 degrees, crime is 75 percent lower than the state’s, there are many amenities in the area, median household income is 110 percent higher than Georgia’s, median home value is 129 percent higher than Georgia, and the graduation rate is 16 percent higher than the state of Georgia.

The overall crime rate in Johns Creek is 70% lower than the national average. For every 100,000 people, there are 2.31 daily crimes that occur in Johns Creek. Johns Creek is safer than 88% of the cities in the United States. In Johns Creek you have a 1 in 119 chance of becoming a victim of any crime. The number of total year over year crimes in Johns Creek has increased by 24%.

Of the factors which are used to determine the livability index, Johns Creek does well in the areas of weather, crime, amenities, Housing, Employment, and Education. It scores poorly in Cost of Living.

Mayor Mike Bodker
10700 Abbotts Bridge Road, Suite 190,
Johns Creek, GA 30097

Johns Creek Mayor

Johns Creek Mayor Mike Bodker was born in Suffern, New York. He moved to the Metro-Atlanta area when he was five and went on to graduate from Lakeside High School. He earned a BBA in Accounting from the University of Georgia. He was elected the first mayor of Johns Creek, Ga., on Nov. 7, 2006. His term began on Dec. 1 of that year. In January 2018 he was sworn into his fourth term as Mayor.

Johns Creek, Georgia Crime rates and statistics:

In 2016, the crime index in Jackson, Georgia was 48.2 which was lower the United States average of 280.5.

Johns Creek City Crime Data

The total crime rate in Johns Creek was 714 total crimes for every 100,000 residents, which is lower than the average in the state of Georgia with 3,402 total crimes per 100,000 persons, and lower than the national average of 2,837 total crimes for every 100,000 citizens.

According to our research of Georgia and other state lists there were 3 registered sex offenders living in Johns Creek, Georgia as of June 24, 2018. The ratio of number of residents in Johns Creek to the number of sex offenders is 28,380 to 1. The number of registered sex offenders compared to the number of residents in this city is a lot smaller than the state average.

Johns Creek, Georgia Police Department

Roland Castro, Interim Chief of Police
11445 Johns Creek Parkway
Johns Creek, GA 30097
Emergency: 911
JCPD Office Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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Johns Creek Police

The Johns Creek Police Department is a professional law enforcement organization that prides itself on delivering the highest level of quality service possible to more than 80,000 residents and nearly 2,000 businesses in Georgia’s 10th largest city. Since the department’s launch in April 2008, our motto is to serve the City of Johns Creek with Justice, Courage, Professionalism and Dedication.

In 2013, there were 81 full-time law enforcement employees, 72 of whom were police officers. This means that in the year 2016 in there were 0.85 police officers for every 1,000 residents in Jackson, Georgia, while the state average in Georgia that same year was 2.50 officers for every 1,000 residents.

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Johns Creek City Clerk

Allison Tarpley, City Clerk
City of Johns Creek
10700 Abbotts Bridge Road, Suite 190
Johns Creek, GA 30097
P: 678-512-3212
F: 678-512-3244

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Fulton County Court Clerk

Cathelene “Tina” Robinson, County Clerk
Lewis R. Slaton Courthouse
136 Pryor Street C155
Atlanta GA 30303
Phone: 404-613-5313
or 404-613-5314

County Sheriff, Most Wanted, Warrant Information

Sheriff Patrick Labat
Fulton County Sheriff’s Office
185 Central Ave S.W., 9th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30303

Fulton County Jail

901 Rice Street, NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30318
Jail Contact Numbers: 404-613-2024

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