The northernmost city in sprawling Fulton County, Milton’s leadership aims to offer some of the best quality of life around through a focus on a strong sense of community and place.
Named after John Milton, the Revolutionary War hero and prominent figure in Georgian history, Milton is one of the newest destinations in northern Georgia, having been founded in 2006 with the land in the northern tip of Fulton County. It how has a population of over 38,000.
The city’s focus is on blending its history with a passion for growth and accommodation. Milton’s dedication to providing a high quality of life through community and history has paid off. The Atlanta Business Chronicle recently recognized Milton as having the highest quality of life in the state of Georgia and ninth-highest quality of life in the southern United States.
Milton’s schools are in the Fulton County Public School network, which was recently listed as one of the Top 100 School Districts in Places You Can Afford by Money Magazine. On top of that ranking it hosts a number of private schools for families that want a more tailored education.
With its current amenities and wide array of planned improvements to its development and parks and recreation upgrades, Milton will be a hotspot for a long time to come.