- Suburb of Atlanta, GA
Rating 4.14 out of 5 207 reviews
Snellville is overall a moderate place to live and is often the first place to look when wanting to move into Gwinnett. The schools in this area are average, but the community aspects is amazing.
Snellville is actually a welcoming place with very kind people. The community tries its best to help each other, it also works really hard to keep it’s fellow students in safe environment and the learning experience is actually pretty great.
I live in a lower-income area of Snellville, so my opinion varies based on which region you're talking about. The two regions are seperated by highway 78, and you can see the differences almost instantaneously. Upper Snellville, has so much culture. There's a variety of different restaurants you can eat from, and has a diverse demographic of people. Lower Snellville is not as diverse, and I don't particularly like that there isn't much variety as far as different foods.
Snellville is a very quiet, family oriented city. Great place to raise kids. The real estate market is thriving.
Stores and entertainment are all within 30 minutes of eachother. Always new agriculture being built.
Snellville has been a huge part of my upbringing after coming to America this is the first real city I have lived in, overall it has been very safe and it is also close to the city.
Nice diverse place to live. Very family friendly. Excellent schools. Very close to city of Atlanta (25 miles).
not that nice- some areas are nice- but my area has a lot of drugs and fighting theres also been drive bys and gunshots
Snellville is a decent place to live. Something I wish was different is the mew buildings. It seem like Snellville is becoming more urban than suburban. It is bringing more people causing the need of apartments which are tearing down the trees. The animals that habitat are in the woods will be forced to migrate to a different place or have to get used to concrete and motor vehicles.
my whole life I’ve lived in Snellville Georgia. One thing that I really enjoy about Snellville is everything is very convenient. Everything is placed altogether so you don’t have to do a lot of running around. For example, if you have to go shopping there’s more than enough shopping centers to fill your needs. There’s also plenty of places to grab a bite to eat, just about on every corner. With all the shopping centers and restaurants around Snellville, there is a lot of job opportunities, which is something else that I love about this place. However, with every good thing there’s always a downside to it and for Snellville it will most definitely have to be the traffic. There’s really not much to change to alter how much traffic there is, but that’s really the only bad thing that I can say about Snellville.
Small town feel, everyone knows everyone. Type of town where you'll probably see old classmates out and about.
Snellville has excellent schools, beautiful neighborhoods and is close to the city. We bought our house here in 2019 and love our neighbors. We feel like we really have a community here.
My overall experience with Snellville is nice. The roads are nice and not filled with potholes. The city is expanding very quickly and there are lots of stores and shopping centers in the area
Overall, it is a nice place to live. There are plenty of places to eat, and many things to do. It is also in a good location, being pretty close to Atlanta.
Great town, for singletons and families. It's close to Atlanta, and sits in the award-winning Gwinnett County Public School district!
While living in Snellville I have met and known so many people from different backgrounds. Even though the South is known to be a racist place I am very grateful I grew up around different cultures, races, and ethnicities and got to learn about different things.
I like the community events that happen on the Town Greene every once and a while. Like the Farmer's Market or Food Truck Fridays. It really makes the town feel closer and more alive. The traffic on a day to day basis is terrible though. Some days it would be quicker to walk than drive with how bad it is.