Chamblee, Georgia 


Chamblee is a city located in DeKalb County, Georgia, just 30 miles south of Atlanta. The population is estimated to be around 50,000, and the city itself has grown rapidly over the past few decades.

According to the United States Census Bureau, Chamblee, Georgia is situated at 30.5343° North and 84.4444° West. The distance between Tucker, Georgia, and Chamblee, Georgia is 14 miles.

Chamblee, Georgia is a city of approximately 30,000 people and is the seventh-largest city in the state of Georgia. Located about 30 miles north of Atlanta, Chamblee is a vibrant community with lots to see and do. The city is served by Chamblee-Dunwoody MARTA Station and it’s convenient to both interstate and surface streets. The city is not far from northern Atlanta, and it is bordered to the east and north by Druid Hills, to the west by Decatur, to the south by Doraville and the city of Stone Mountain, and to the southeast by Chamblee. Chamblee is part of the Atlanta metropolitan statistical area, which is the 58th largest in the United States with a population of 5.8 million and the 12th largest metropolitan statistical area in the country.

It is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. The city is north of Atlanta, southwest of Decatur, and northeast of Stone Mountain. Chamblee has a population of 16,929. Chamblee is named for Nathaniel Chamblee, a landowner of the area. The city was incorporated in 1967, after having been a census-designated place (CDP) since 1950. Chamblee is the home of the Chamblee Civic Center. The city has a branch of the Clarke School of Law, and Chamblee Baptist Church.

Chamblee, Georgia, is a rural town comprised of a few high-density subdivisions with a population of approximately 12,000. While Chamblee is a relatively small town, it has a high population density and is an excellent example of the perfect small town.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution recently announced the winners of its 2017 Best of the South contest, the annual competition that spotlights the best of the region.
The winner in the “Best Neighborhood” category, Chamblee, was just awarded the title of “Best of the Best” in recognition of the area’s strong strong economy, its low unemployment rate, and its diversity.

Chamblee is the latest of three Atlanta neighborhoods to receive the award, with Dunwoody and Vinings both being named “Best of the Best” in 2007 and 2012 respectively.

Chamblee, Georgia, has an alarmingly low crime rate, with a few low-profile incidents and no major problems to report in the last three years. The home of Marietta, Georgia’s Buford Highway, Chamblee has maintained its low-profile crime profile in the last three years and hasn’t had any major problems to report in the last three years.

According to the 2010 Census, Chamblee, Georgia, is the home of the second greatest number of people in the United States who speak Spanish as a primary language. There are more than 90,000 Spanish-speaking Chamblee residents who can speak and understand Spanish.

One of my favorite Instagram accounts, @atlantablog, shares some of their best shots from around the Atlanta area, and Chamblee is one of them. It’s a sleepy little suburb that’s home to some interesting sites like the Chamblee Factory, which manufactures trucks and ambulances, and the Chamblee Post Office, which is the only one in Georgia.

Chamblee, Georgia, is a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, where we’ve lived for the past four years. It’s a nice place to live, with numerous parks and a nice downtown area.