Where college and small town life coexist


  • Excellent for Families
  • College Living
  • Beautiful Historic Downtown
  • Delicious Local Dining
  • 5+ Parks and Gardens

Neighborhood Overview

Statesboro’s warm Southern charm and growing population has something for everyone. Whether the dream is a slow and easy family life in the South or to be in the middle of an exciting college crowd, Statesboro’s array of local restaurants, bars and shopping offer it all. Between the enchanting Downtown area, the numerous trails, parks and gardens and the abundance of wildlife in nature, Statesboro has so much beauty to offer. 

With the ever growing industry in the area or the easy commute to Savannah, having a  career in the city while enjoying the small town life is not only achievable, but practical. Then, when it’s time to relax for the evening, Statesboro houses over 20 delicious local restaurants and bars to enjoy a meal and treat yourself. 

Schools in this District

  • Elementary School
    Mill Creek Elementary School
  • Middle School
    Langston Chapel Middle School
  • High School
    Statesboro High School
  • College + University
    Georgia Southern University
  • College + University
    Ogeechee Technical College

Walk and Bike Scores

  • 32
    Walk Score®: Car-Dependent
    Most errands require a car.
  • 48
    Bike Score®: Somewhat Bikeable
    Minimal bike infrastructure.
  • 1989
    Added to National Historical Registrar

    The beautiful South Main Street Residential Historic District scored Statesboro on the the National Historic Register with it’s stunning 1910-1920’s architecture and historical value.

  • 18
    Schools Located in City Limits

    With 15 schools for primary education and 3 different colleges, Statesboro welcomes people of all ages and walks of life to learn and grow.

  • 2.75+
    Miles of Paved Biking Trails

    Lined with beautiful pine and oak trees, a few streams and easy access points, the S&S Greenway Trail takes us not only through the heart of Statesboro but into neighboring towns.