East Cobb County Snapshot
Cobb County is a vibrant residential and commercial community located a mere 10 minutes northwest of Atlanta, just across the mighty Chattahoochee River.
Once a small bedroom community, Cobb County today is home to more than 648,000 residents. Real estate options consist of single-family residential homes, townhouses, condominiums and land for custom building. A suburban megaplex encompassing 340 square miles and six municipalities, the county is divided into regions because of its size.
East Cobb is defined as the area east of I-75 and south of Town Center at Cobb. Prosperous and fast-growing, East Cobb remains proud of its historic roots while welcoming modern high-tech companies including IBM and Lockheed Aeronautical. The communities of East Cobb are affluent and residents are well educated, enjoying a sophisticated infrastructure, a strong diversified economy, numerous recreational and cultural amenities, and excellent public schools.
The Cobb County School District is the second largest school system in the state, serving more than 100,000 students. Almost 50 schools within the district have been designated as Schools of Excellence state- or nation-wide. The areas two public universities — Kennesaw State University and Southern Polytechnic State University — are units of the University System of Georgia.
East Cobb also maintains more than 40 public parks. Water sports are popular and The Appalachian Trail is just minutes away. Cultural opportunities are numerous, from the free concerts at Piedmont Park to the Georgia Ballet, the Cobb Symphony Orchestra, the Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art and Theatre in the Square
Cobb County Web Site
Cobb Chamber of Commerce
Cobb County Convention & Visitors Bureau
Cobb EMC- Electricity,Natural Gas, Local & long Distance Telephone, Satellite TV
Cobb County Water System
Cobb County Public Library