Loganville is located halfway between Athens and Atlanta in Walton and Gwinnett counties and sits about 45 minutes to either of the bigger cities.
Originally named Buncombe, but later renamed for early settler James Harvie Logan, Loganville was incorporated in 1887. Today, Loganville’s tagline is “Where People Matter,” reminding us of the community’s values.
Loganville is conveniently located near several major universities and technical colleges, including Athens Technical College, Gwinnett Technical College, and the University of Georgia. The city offers a unique blend of modern conveniences, antique shops, and a southern hometown feel in an urban environment. Come check it out for yourself!
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The Loganville Development Authority (LDA) is an integral part of the local business community, acting as a go-between for your business with the City and other business resources- becoming a one-stop-access to:
The Development authority's mission:
The Loganville Development Authority acts as a community liaison for economic development initiatives throughout the city. As the main source for community networking, the Authority will offer technical support for local business development, bolster community branding for the City of Loganville, and facilitate programmatic community projects.
The City of Loganville proudly serves as the gateway between the hustle and bustle of Gwinnett County and the more relaxed and rural nature of Walton County. Named after a prominent early businessman, the City of Loganville is keeping true to its roots, serving as a home to more than 1,200 businesses both big and small. With three state highways traversing the city, Loganville combines its small-town atmosphere with close proximity to Atlanta as well as the University of Georgia in Athens to create an ideal locale to live, work and play.