Snellville is a community that is routed in southern charm and encompasses the beauty of diversity. A Tapestry Segmentation Area Profile can be viewed here. 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: 907,135 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 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 email@example.com Snellville...where everybody is proud to be somebody.