Georgia is a great place to live, and it’s no surprise that the state is home to some of the wealthiest communities in the country. In fact, several richest cities in Georgia —including Rome, Evans and Snellville —are actually among the top 25 richest places in America. Here are even more!

Rome

Rome is the richest city in Georgia, with a median household income of $59,037. Located in Floyd County, Rome’s population is about 53,000 people and it has a land area of 9.5 square miles (24 km2). The City Hall building was built in 1870 and houses city offices as well as community events such as an annual fair held each year on Labor Day weekend.

Rome has many attractions including Heritage Park which commemorates the heritage of its residents; a museum featuring exhibits on local history; several historical buildings that date back to the colonial era; a public library where you can borrow books or use computers if you don’t have one at home; several churches including St Peter’s Episcopal Church which was founded during Colonial days when slavery wasn’t outlawed yet but still existed within society everywhere else so those who wanted freedom couldn’t leave their homes without risking arrest from their owners or worse yet death by hanging depending upon how much money they had left over after paying taxes etcetera. 

Evans

The city of Evans, Georgia is home to approximately 127,000 people. It’s also the wealthiest city in Georgia—with a median household income of $100K and a median house value of $270K.

The average age of residents in Evans is 38 years old, which makes it one of the youngest cities on our list (along with Columbus). The racial makeup of this area is almost entirely white: 97% Caucasian or European versus 2% African American or African/Black/African-American descent and 1% Asian descent (1%).

Buford

Buford is a city in Gwinnett County, Georgia, United States. The population was 7,853 at the 2010 census. Buford is a suburb of Atlanta and located in the northeastern part of the county.

Buford was founded in 1854 as “Bouffville” by John Bryan Williams (1817–1895), who named it after his wife’s family name. It was incorporated as a town on December 9th 1924; it became an independent city on July 1st 1944.

Gainesville

Gainesville is the richest city in Georgia, with a population of about 65,000. It’s known for its golf courses and parks, which are home to some of the oldest municipal parks in the country. The University of Georgia is also located here—and if you’re lucky enough to be attending college there right now as well as taking part in one of their many extracurricular activities like sports or performing arts then maybe your campus life has been less than fulfilling since graduation? Maybe it feels like everyone else has had better summers than you? Well then maybe it’s time for some fun!

Gainesville has plenty of things to do aside from going on adventures around town or hitting up its many bars and restaurants (which we’ll get into later). There are tons of museums located within walking distance from each other; this means that even if you don’t want to go somewhere specific there’s still plenty left on your list after seeing one museum today would have taken up all day yesterday afternoon before heading back home tonight without having seen any new sights along the way–which would have been fine except now we’ve come back into town again tomorrow morning instead.

Newnan

Newnan is the county seat of Coweta County, which also includes the city of Social Circle. The town has a population of 43,085 people according to the 2010 census.

Newnan’s economy is mostly centered on agriculture and manufacturing. It was once known as the “Crossroads City” because it was located between two major highways: Interstate 75 and Interstate 20 (now called State Route 40). In addition to being home to several large industrial plants at one time or another over the years—including Union Carbide—Newnan also served as an important railroad junction during its heyday in the mid-20th century when train tracks passed through town from southward toward Chattanooga; northward toward Atlanta; east/west through Atlanta itself; and finally back again toward southwest Georgia via Birmingham or Savannah via Macon/Statesboro/Augusta. 

Snellville

Snellville is a city in Gwinnett County, Georgia, United States. The population was 19,966 in the 2010 census. It is a suburb of Atlanta and part of the Atlanta metropolitan area.

Snellville has been named one of America’s best places to live by CNN Money magazine for three years running (2008–2010). In 2007 it was named one of America’s top 100 small towns by CNN Travel magazine as well as being recognized among “America’s Top 50 Places To Live Today” by Forbes magazine..

Johns Creek

Johns Creek is the wealthiest city in Georgia, with a median household income of $91,600 and a home price of $392,000. The town has a population of 50,000 and 69% of its residents have college degrees or higher.

Peachtree City

Peachtree City is a city located on the banks of Lake Lanier, in Fulton County. The average household income is $103,000 and the median home value is $300,000. With 2.5% unemployment rate and 93% high school graduation rate, Peachtree City has become one of the richest cities in Georgia.

Milton

Milton is the second richest city in Georgia, and is home to a population of about 30,000. It’s located in Fulton County and is considered one of the fastest-growing areas in the state.

Milton has many high-tech companies that employ thousands of people throughout its workforce. The Lake Lanier Islands are located near Milton’s shores and are perfect for recreation or relaxation on weekends when you’re not working at one of these companies!

Hoschton

Hoschton is a city in the U.S. state of Georgia, located in southern Hall County. It is part of the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 8,555 at the 2010 census and it has since grown to 12,434 according to 2016 estimates by [US Census].

Poorest Cities In Georgia 

Eatonton, GA

Eatonton is a city in Georgia with a population of 8,821. The median household income there is $36,958, which makes it one of the poorest cities in the state. According to job search engine Indeed, the unemployment rate for Eatonton is 10.4%.

On average, commuters spend 26 minutes getting to work each day by car or public transit—a long commute time compared to many other U.S cities that have shorter commutes (like San Francisco). According to Zillow’s affordability index calculator , home values in Eatonton hover around $102k on average—which means homeowners pay more than 30% of their monthly income on housing costs alone!

Oxford

Oxford is a city in the U.S. state of Georgia with a population of 9,600 and median household income of $31,865. It has one public high school, Oxford High School; four private schools (Bishop 2016). The town was founded around 1819 as “Maytown” by John Irvin and his son John Jr., who brought it to prominence by building mills along the Coosawattee River that powered cotton gins throughout the South for generations (Miller 2017). In 2013-2014 there were 887 people living below poverty line making up 15.7% percent compared to national average which is 16%. 

Bainbridge

Bainbridge is a city in Decatur County, Georgia, United States. The population was 1,744 at the 2000 census. It is the birthplace of former U.S. President Jimmy Carter (1924-), who served as governor and president of the United States from 1974 to 1980 and then again from 1986 to 1992. Bainbridge has been designated by USA Today as one of “10 Top Small Towns You Should Visit During Your Road Trip”

Lavonia

Lavonia is a small city in Georgia. It’s located in the west central part of Georgia and has a population of about 1,400 people. The city was founded by Alexander Stephens in 1841 and named for his father-in-law, Colonel James Lavender (1792–1861), who was also known as “Lavender Phil” because of his love for horses and thoroughbred racing. In 2016, Lavonia had an unemployment rate of 5%. That same year it had an average household income which was $35k for every 1% increase over its median household income from 2010-2015 at $32k per capita (U.S.).

Monroe

The city of Monroe is the poorest city in Georgia. Its population is just under 5,000 and its median income is $23,000 per year. The unemployment rate here is 18.3%, and about one third of residents live below poverty line. The national average is 14%. Homes in Monroe cost an average $73,200. About 10% less than average for all other cities. But it’s still not enough to keep up with the rising housing costs that have popped up across America over recent years due to an influx of people moving out from places like Los Angeles or San Francisco looking for cheaper living situations while they try to make ends meet themselves.

Lawrenceville

Lawrenceville is a city in Gwinnett County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 32,000.

The unemployment rate for Lawrenceville was 8.8% as of March 2016 according to figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). This ranks Lawrenceville as having one of America’s poorest populations by median household income at $27,500 per year (or $10 per hour).

Sylvester

Sylvester is a city located in the northern part of Georgia, USA. It’s population is 10,000 people and it has an annual per capita income of $15,000. The poorest city in Georgia is Sylvester with an average family income of $24,000. Compared to other cities such as Columbus which has an average family income of over $58 thousand dollars per year!

Sylvester is a small city, but it does have some amenities that other cities don’t. There are many restaurants and stores that offer fast food, groceries and clothing.

Hapeville

Hapeville is a city in Fulton County, Georgia, United States. The population was 4,818 at the 2010 census. It lies along the eastern shoreline of the Chattahoochee River. Hapeville sits on top of an ancient civilization that dates back to 2300 BC. It is one of the oldest cities in North America.

The Richest Families In Georgia 

The Ferst family

The Ferst family is the richest family in Georgia and one of the largest real estate empires in America. They own more than 70 properties across their native state, including many hotels and casinos that cater to travelers from all over the world. In fact, if you can imagine the building process, chances are good that a member of this clan has had a hand in its construction or renovation!

The patriarch of this clan—named John—was born during World War I to parents who owned several businesses together. His father was killed during battle when he stepped on an enemy grenade; his mother died shortly thereafter due to heart trouble brought on by grief over losing her husband and son at once.

As for young John himself: after graduating high school at age 16 years old, he went right back into business with his sister Mary Anne (who became known as “the Queen”). Together they opened up their first restaurant called “The Horseshoe Lounge” which quickly became popular among locals looking for something different than typical steakhouse fare served up inside those establishments located further south towards Alabama/Florida line.”

The Berry family

The Berry family is a prominent family in Georgia. They have been around for generations and make up one of the wealthiest families in the state. Their wealth comes from their business interests and investments, which include real estate development, farming, timberland management and even music (the Berry brothers are musicians).

Mr. Berry has two sons: John and Mikey who run their father’s companies together as co-CEOs; Mr. Berry also has two daughters: Jamie (the oldest) who runs her own cosmetics company; Becky (youngest) who works as an event planner for large corporations like Coca Cola Enterprises Inc., Mercedes Benz USA LLC., UPS Store Incorporated among other companies across America where she travels regularly on behalf of these clients presenting them with unique opportunities to grow their brand image while also increasing awareness about their products among consumers at large!

The Alexander family

The Alexander family is a leading business dynasty in Georgia, with a net worth of $1.2 billion as of 2018. They are the owners of the Coca-Cola bottling company and Hooters restaurant chain. The latter being one of their many investments. Alexanders currently live in Atlanta, Georgia; they also own a winery there that produces wine under their own label (founded by Alexander himself).

Conclusion

With a population of more than 50,000 residents, Rome is the richest city in Georgia. The city’s economy is driven by retail and service sectors. There are also many high-tech jobs in this area.

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