Even though it stretches over 12 miles, Tucker's Main Street is the central part of every resident's life. Outdoor community events are held frequently throughout the year by their various organizations. From the Tucker Day celebrations to Tucker Chili Cook-Off to Taste of Tucker, there is always something happening on Main Street. Amateur sports also keep residents busy as both participants and fans. Soccer and football are the largest sports organizations in the area, but cycling takes the stage in a 42-mile Tucker Ride. Due to the high volume of residents who use the public transport system, air pollution is low, making outings and the area's several natural parks that much more enjoyable.

Only 15 miles northeast of Atlanta, Tucker is a small railroad community in Georgia. 1960s and 70s-era split-level and ranch style homes make up most of the homes available in the area. Multi-story single family homes from the 70s and 80s are also available. The small town was designed to keep homes near community schools and parks, giving the city a very community-centric feel. Religion being a key factor for many residents, Tucker has a wide variety of churches and religious groups woven throughout the area.

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