About Alpharetta, GA From the Web…
“FROM THE NORTH GEORGIA MOUNTAINS to the Chattahoochee River along a Cherokee Indian trail, a tiny village named New Prospect Camp Ground was formed. This village, made up of tents, a log school, and arbor became a trading post where Indians and white settlers exchanged their goods. The surrounding countryside provided excellent farming land, especially for cotton. On December 11, 1858, the town was chartered and became the county seat of Milton County. The town was renamed Alpharetta from the Greek words “alpha” meaning first and “retta” meaning town. In 1932, Milton County was merged into Fulton County.”
“With a vibrant sensibility and urbane pedigree, Alpharetta is the very embodiment of what it claims itself to be: Awesome! And this city of approximately 54,000 residents, located in metropolitan Atlanta less than 25 miles from the city, isn’t shy about celebrating this most auspicious trait. Even its slogan, “Enjoy, Experience, Explore; Everything’s Possible!” celebrates the exceptional gifts with which the “first city” has been blessed. Alpharetta has high expectations for itself, possibilities that are richly fulfilled through a thriving culinary scene, luxury accommodations, exciting recreation, trendy entertainment and endless shopping opportunities.”
We serve the following cities:
Alpharetta, Roswell, Mountain Park, Dunwoody, Duluth, Norcross, Sandy Springs, Doraville, Chamblee, Suwanee, Woodstock, North Atlanta, Sugar Hill, Lilburn, Canton, and Tucker.
We serve the following counties:
Fulton, Carroll, Douglas, Cobb, Cherokee, Forsyth, Gwinnett, Dekalb, Clayton, Fayette, and Coweta.