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About Decatur

Decatur is the county seat of DeKalb County Georgia and popular city of United States of America. According to 2013 census, the population of Decatur is around 20,148. Decatur is part of Atlanta Metropolitan area in town suburb of Atlanta. The formal motto of Decatur is places of worship, schools, and homes. Decatur was originated between connections of two Native American Trails which are Sand town and Shallowford. The total area of Decatur is around 11km square.

Parks And Recreation

57 acres reserved for parks and playgrounds in Decatur. There is a number of green places and neighborhood grounds and parks also. Most popular and busiest parks are Adair Park, Ebster Park, Glenn Creek Nature Preserve, Glenlake Park and Pool, Hidden Cove Park and Parkwood. Green spaces with benches attract the people. Sycamore Park is the point of rest for cyclist’s lover. In this park, parking is available after 5 pm on weekdays.


There are many high, elementary and primary schools in Decatur. Around 4400 students get an education and 224 teachers enroll in Decatur schools. Decatur City School District is high and a public school of Decatur and grips preschool to grade twelve.  Some more well-known schools are Decatur High School, Carl G. Renfroe Middle School, Glenwood Elementary, Oakhurst Elementary and Agnes Scott College.

More About Decatur

Decatur is the most popular city of Georgia State. There are 9335 housing units. The climate of Decatur is humid, summers are hot and in winter temperature goes below freezing point. The art festival is a most celebrated event of Decatur.