Why you'd want to live in Smyrna
WELCOME TO SMYRNA! The "Jonquil City" of Smyrna was incorporated in 1872. It is a home to 53,000 people and is historically one of the fastest growing cities in the state of Georgia. Adjacent to Atlanta, Smyrna is located just west of the northern intersection of I-285 and I-75, which is the site of Cumberland and the Cobb Galleria. "Market Village" in the city center often has open-air concerts and festivals, and extensions of the Silver Comet Trail have been built further into Smyrna to expand access to the trail. Public schools in Smyrna are operated by Cobb County school system, and there are multiple private schools including Covenant Christian School, Whitefield Academy, as well as a satellite campus of Buckhead Preparatory Academy. Georgia State University and Kennesaw State University are easily accessible from Smyrna. City of Smyrna also houses the SunTrust Stadium, home of the Atlanta Braves, and the Battery with opportunities for shopping and dining.