Sitting northwest of Atlanta just outside of the I-285 perimeter is Smyrna, Georgia, home of some 53,000 residents. It has been nicknamed the "Jonquil City" for its numerous yellow jonquil flowers that bloom in gardens and along streets in the spring. You'll find historic craftsman and Victorian homes with hospitable front porches along with modest hardwood-floor bungalows with fenced-in, pet-friendly backyards. Development continues with new home construction and the city's crown jewel mixed-use development: the 48-acre Belmont with its 153 single-family homes.
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In the city's oldest neighborhood, Williams Park, join neighbors for monthly happy hours, chili cook-offs and other season-specific events. In Market Village, enjoy townhome living with great walkability to shops and restaurants. Vinings Estates, which is nestled in the rolling hills above the Chattahoochee River, has been called a wooded retreat without the long drive and boasts resort-like amenities such as three swimming pools, tennis courts and playgrounds. Smyrna residents stay healthy with Monday night run and cycle meetups. The city is also home to an annual scenic 5K run/walk. Keep Smyrna Beautiful and the Smyrna Tree Board organize garden tours and volunteer opportunities to help maintain trails and plant trees at local schools. On Church Street, enjoy the fruits of area farmers' labor at the Smyrna Fresh Produce Market.
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