Duluth, Georgia is located in Gwinnett County with an estimated population of 29,331 as of 2016 with a median age of 36.2. The average household size is 2.63 people with nearly 55 % of the people being married, 36% of people are married, with children.
Duluth is located north of Interstate 85 and home to Gwinnett Place Mall, the Gwinnett Civic and Cultural Center, Infinite Energy Arena, Hudgens Center for the Arts, and the Red Clay Theater. It is also home to Gwinnett Medical Center, an 81-bed hospital constructed in 2006, as well as GMC's Glancy Campus, a 30-bed facility located near downtown. The agricultural manufacturer AGCO is based in Duluth.
Forbes ranked Duluth 26th in "America's Best Places to Move" in 2009 while BusinessWeek named it the "Best Affordable Suburb in Georgia" in 2010
Duluth was originally Cherokee territory. Cotton merchant Evan Howell constructed a road connecting his cotton gin at the Chattahoochee River with Old Peachtree Road, creating Howell's Cross Roads. The settlement later became known as Howell's Crossing. The area was renamed Duluth in 1871 after Congress funded a north-south railroad line into the community. It was named after the city of Duluth, Minnesota. The Midwestern city had gotten its own railroad connection not long before. The railroad spurred economic growth. A schoolhouse was built in 1871 on the site of what is now Coleman Middle School (formerly Duluth Middle School and Duluth Elementary School). The first Methodist church was organized in 1871, and the first Baptist congregation formed in 1886. Both churches continue today at new locations along State Route 120.
Duluth grew rapidly in the 1970s and 1980s, along with the rest of Gwinnett County. Today its top employers include Advanced Armament Corporation, AGCO, Asbury Automotive Group, General Dynamics, and Roper Industries.
The average income for a household in the city was $60,088, and the median income for a family was $69,437.
The Atlanta Gladiators of the ECHL, a professional minor league ice hockey team (formerly known as the Gwinnett Gladiators), plays in the Infinite Energy Arena, which opened in 2003 in an unincorporated area of Gwinnett County (the arena has a Duluth zip code). The Sugarloaf Country Club golf course hosted the AT&T Classic, a PGA Tour golf tournament from 1997 to 2008. The Club currently host the Greater Gwinnett Championship, a Champions Tour golf tournament that initiated in 2013.
Unincorporated Gwinnett County is home to the Berkeley Hills Country Club, Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, Partnership Gwinnett and the 1818 Club, a private dining club. There are a variety of recreational activities to choose from. The city maintains 7 parks as well as the Festival Center. Some of the sports offered are Tennis, Soccer, Ballet, Zumba.
Gwinnett County Public Schools operates public schools serving residents of the city. These schools are Berkeley Lake Elementary, Burnette Elementary (Peachtree Ridge) Chattahoochee Elementary, Harris Elementary, M.H. Mason Elementary (Peachtree Ridge), Parsons Elementary (Peachtree Ridge), Coleman Middle School, Duluth Middle School, Hull Middle School (Peachtree Ridge), Duluth High School, Peachtree Ridge High School (Peachtree Ridge)
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