Learn about Woodstock, GA – City Info
- Woodstock, GA is located about 24 miles north of Atlanta.
- The city’s current population as of 2007 was about 14,239.
- Crime levels are way under the state and national averages.
- Humid, Hot summers and mild-cold winters, average rainfall.
- Parks, shopping, and excellent schools compliment this great city.
Shopping & Entertainment
Woodstock, Georgia is close enough to Atlanta for the residents to enjoy all that the big city has to offer. Concerts, shows, museums, and more are plentiful in downtown Atlanta. Along with everything Atlanta has to offer, a quick look around Woodstock will take you through, plenty of parks, shopping, and beautiful homes in a suburban settings. Hobgood Park and JJ Biello Park are two very popular parks that have everything a family needs for a great day of fun. The city also has it’s own planned greenbelt, which currently has a mile long bike trail along the Little River. The Down Town Woodstock area is filled with boutiques and excellent restaruants, that will satisfy any type of taste.
Education and Schools
The public school system is managed by the Cherokee County School System. Many of the schools in Cherokee County, including Woodstock, have enjoyed great ratings on GreatSchools.org and have even been featured in Newsweek Magazine. High attendance, low student-teacher ratios, and high test scores have all contributed to the success. The two high schools of Etowah and Woodstock are all tops in the state of Georgia. The city is also the home to the Woodstock location of Chattahoochee Technical College, which is one of the top technical colleges in the North Georgia area.
Woodstock Real Estate information
Homes for sale in Woodstock typically sell within 4-6 months, depending on the real estate market at the current time of the year. Homes are usually built with a traditional look, brick and siding, and craftsman styles are becoming very popular. Woodstock real estate really took off during the the housing boom due to a large population increase. Home prices have finally started to decrease along with the rest of the country. I would highly recommend this great city in Cherokee County.