Nestled in the northern area of Fulton County Georgia, Roswell is bordered by the towns of Milton, Alpharetta, Johns Creek and Peachtree Corners as well as Sandy Springs. It is considered to be Georgia’s most populous city with under 100,000 people. As with so many of the southern towns, Roswell is rich in historic landmarks including the old 1839 Roswell Presbyterian Church, Bulloch Hall, Barrington Hall, and the Archibald Smith Plantation Home.
The town’s origins began with Roswell King’s 1830 trip into northern Georgia. His vision included the idea that this area would be perfect for a cotton mill along Vickery Creek. He returned to build the Roswell Mill that would eventually become the largest in north Georgia and, as many plantations and industries of the time, he brought with him African slaves as well as skilled carpenters. The slaves brought their Geechee language, culture and religion which heavily influenced the area.
With his success, King invited investors as well as one of his sons to work the land and each of these individuals brought additional African American slaves that worked in both the residences and the plantation. By 1854 the local residents wanted to incorporate their town. As the Civil Union Forces captured the city and mill workers were prevented from returning to work by sending them to the north. After the war was over Barrington King returned to rebuild the mills and established paid labor in both the town and the plantations.
Roswell has gone through many of the nation’s problems, including the Great Depression, leading them to make concessions by merging with Fulton County. However, this historic southern area has achieved a number of recognitions and honors, including:
2017 GMA Live, Work, Play Award; Named a Gold Certified Green Community by the Atlanta Regional Commission for leadership in its environmental and sustainability efforts; Named One of the Top Three Cities in the Nation to Raise Your Family: Roswell was listed third in the book, “Best Places to Raise Your Family,” released by Frommer’s; Roswell is ranked as the 18th Safest City in the United States according to City Crime Rankings; Named the 6th Best Place to Retire in the United States by Black Enterprise Magazine; City of Excellence: Only 50 cities in the state have been honored with the designation by the Georgia Municipal Association; Designated as a Bicycle Friendly Community in 2006 by the League of American Bicyclists; “Money Magazine’s” 19th Best Eastern U.S. City to Live: Roswell was ranked 19th for cities with populations under 100,000; “Atlanta Magazine’s” Best Place to Live in Metro Atlanta: Roswell was honored twice by “Atlanta Magazine” as the best place to live in the metro area; Internationally Accredited Police Department: Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA); State of Georgia Law Enforcement Certification: Roswell Police Department; Nationally Accredited Recreation and Parks Department: Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies; Preserve America Community Designation: Honored for its efforts in preserving our historic, cultural, and natural heritage;
Trendsetter Award 2006: Roswell received the award for the Big Creek Wetlands demonstration project from the Georgia Municipal Association; Create Community Award 2005: The Atlanta Regional Commission’s most prestigious award. Roswell was honored for its efforts in environmental sustainability; Achievement of Excellence in Procurement: The National Institute of Governmental Purchasing 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting: City of Roswell has received a Certificate of Achievement for the last 24 consecutive years, since June 30, 1989
Georgia Recreation and Parks Agency of the Year: 1974, 1979, 1984, 1988, 1990, 1998, 2000, 2004 and 2011; Budget Presentation Award: Government Finance Officers Association 10 consecutive years since June 30, 2004;Tree City USA Award: The National Arbor Day Foundation.
The sheer number of awards and honors that are devoted to history, culture and the environment demonstrates that the city of Roswell and its residents are devoted to health and wellness. The community takes pride in their independent and private medical organizations as well as clinics and hospitals that include: Wellstar North Fulton Hospital and St. Joseph Hospital of Atlanta. As with all medical facilities, Roswell institutions face the same challenges for medical waste disposal as their larger associations in urban areas. Medical waste has a broad description of anything that comes into contact with bodily fluids. The safety and efficacy of the community, staff and patients is paramount and MedPro takes pride in working within the medical institutions to bring peace of mind and ease of disposal.
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