Fulton County is a beautiful, diverse place. Situated in the north-central portion of Georgia, it houses over 1 million people. It has been home not only to native Georgians but also immigrants from around the world since 1885, when railroads made this an ideal spot for industry expansion.
Fulton County is home to the city of Atlanta. With its history as a transportation hub, Fulton has seen many changes over time and continues on this path towards progress today, with some still questioning if "it's worth it."
From the Georgia State Capitol, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, and High Museum of Art; plus large employers such as Delta Air Lines., Georgia Institute Technology (GIT), Sun Trust Banks - you'll never be bored in Fulton.
The Fulton County School System serves all portions of Fulton County outside the city limits of Atlanta. However, for those residents within Atlanta's borders, APS (Atlanta Public Schools) will serve your educational needs.
The highways surrounding Atlanta are a major thoroughfare for the county. I-85 is how you get into and out of North Fulton, while Georgia 400 passes through in between with easy access to many other cities around. The Fulton County Airport is a small airport just outside of Atlanta's city limits. It mainly serves as an airfield for private jets and business aircraft but also accommodates those with general aviation licenses.
Fulton continues to experience robust growth and remains the most populous county in Georgia. Within the county are Atlanta, Alpharetta, Chattahoochee Hills, College Park, East Point, Fairburn, Hapeville, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, Palmetto, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Union City, and South Fulton.
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