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About Alpharetta

The History of Alpharetta

Like many cities of the American South, Alpharetta boasts a long history. It first began as a settlement along a former Cherokee Native American trail. A trading post was established, and the surrounding village became known as New Prospect Camp Ground. Eventually, it became the county seat of Milton County in the mid-19th century and took on its current name, Alpharetta.

Jobs in Alpharetta

Families choose to move to the Atlanta region for several reasons, including the area's abundance of employment opportunities for qualified professionals. Alpharetta's unemployment rate is below the national average. Several large companies, including Coca-Cola and Delta Airlines, have operations in the area. There's also a handful of major retail developments that supply sales and customer service jobs to Alpharetta locals, such as North Point Mall and a downtown mixed-use development called Avalon.

If you're planning to look for a job in Alpharetta, the city has many companies that may offer good prospects. The largest employers in the area include Verizon Wireless, McKesson, ADP, LexisNexis, Comcast and UPS.

Alpharetta Schools

The Fulton County School System manages the public schools of Alpharetta. In addition to its traditional elementary, middle and high schools, the district also oversees public charter schools, such as Amana Academy and Fulton Science Academy (located in the neighboring community of Roswell). Private schools in the city include parochial, college-prep and special needs campuses.

Resources for Moving to Alpharetta

Here's some handy information to help you prepare for your move to Alpharetta:

  • Utilities: Utilities companies serving the Alpharetta area include Sawnee EMC, Georgia Natural Gas and Fulton County Water.
  • Garbage and Recycling: All residents receive trash, recycling and yard waste collection services. Bulky waste pick-up is also available on an as-needed basis.
  • Transportation: Alpharetta is part of the Atlanta metro area's major transportation system, called MARTA. The transit network includes a number of bus routes that offer transportation throughout the area.

Alpharetta Housing

Because Alpharetta is such a desirable suburb of Atlanta, it has a fairly high median home price. Prices are also rising steadily, and there's no sign that they'll level off anytime soon. Many of the homes in Alpharetta feature the classic red brick style that's common in the South, and you can find some with amenities such as swimming pools and large backyards. The housing market in Alpharetta is large and varied, so your options will range from brand-new construction to older, established communities.