Snellville is a community that is changing and a community that is routed in southern charm. Facts and Figures Date of Incorporation August 20, 1923 Land Area 10.4 square miles 5,843 acres Total Population Snellville: 19,439 Gwinnett County: 805,321 Population Density 3.4 persons/acre Total Housing Units 7,069 units Housing Tenure Owner-occupied housing units: 84% Renter-occupied housing units: 16% Median Gross Rent $1,225 Average Family Size Snellville: 2.82 Education High school graduate or higher: 93% Bachelor’s degree or higher: 31.2% Business Firms (2012) Number of firms: 3,827 Men-owned firms: 1,847 Women-owned firms: 1,684 Minority-owned firms: 1,981 Veteran-owned firms: 471 Average Commute Time 35 minutes Race of population (Snellville) White: 61.0% Black or African American: 30% Hispanic: 7.4% Asian & Other: 3.7% Business Resources Whether you are an entrepreneur, a start-up, a growing business or a business owner just looking to find a few answers, the city partners with these folks to encourage your success: SCORE North Metro Branch Facebook (Gwinnett) SCORE North Metro Branch (Gwinnett) - You may schedule an appointment with a SCORE Mentor by clicking the BOOK NOW button on the SCORE Web Site. Small Business Development Center (SBDC) - Gwinnett Snellville Business Toolbox - This is a free resource provided by the City of Snellville Office of Economic Development. Additional Resources The Gwinnett Report Strategic Action Agenda Competitive Profile for City of Snellville For additional questions, please contact the City of Snellville’s Economic Development Director, Eric Van Otteren. Contact Us Eric G. Van Otteren Economic Development Director 770.985.3502 firstname.lastname@example.org Snellville...where everybody is proud to be somebody.