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Living in Dallas, Georgia:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Dallas, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Dallas what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Dallas is a city in Georgia, however it is often mistaken for the city in Texas. It is about 45 minutes from Georgia’s capital, Atlanta. There isn’t much to do in Dallas as it isn’t as developed as surrounding cities like Atlanta or Savannah, which is closer to the Florida-Georgia border.

Stephanie, says: 2020

Dallas, Georgia, is a suburb of Atlanta. A young single person looking for an exciting, fun city with a vibrant nightlife might be disappointed in Dallas. However, a family seeking a good place to raise children, affordable real estate, and proximity to a big city with lots to do might be very happy in Dallas. Dallas is in a progressive county with good schools and governmental services and is within acceptable commuting distance of many employers. All in all, I recommend Dallas as a place.

A quaint and vibrant city, Dallas has a bustling downtown with a small town feel. Dallas is steeped with memories of the past, but still remains one of the up and coming areas in Metro Atlanta. Stop by the Eastbound and Grounds for a great cup of coffee. Then, take a short drive to Pickett’s Mill, where General Sherman first met the Confederates in battle on the way to Atlanta.

Katerina, says: 2020

Someone moving to Dallas, GA, should know that it gets very humid and hot. It may not rain very often. However, the weather is really nice, and the people within the community are very grateful and kind people. Whenever you are moving here you should also know that it is very far from places that you need to get to most or places that might be important.

There are many hilly and winding roads, large country sized acreage, and surprisingly, many suburban styled neighborhoods. Otherwise, everything else is pretty much standard to other developed cities in most metropolitan areas within the United States. However, there is one unique thing that will make any newcomer feel right at home, that being, the warm and friendly interactions received upon visiting those community stores and plazas nearby.

Nicole, says: 2020

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