Norcross is Gwinnett County’s second oldest city and has played many roles in local history and development. Georgia’s first rail tracks were laid in the mid-1830’s, and during the years of post-Civil War Reconstruction, rail expansion led to town expansion. Today, Norcross has the distinction of being the only location in Gwinnett County to have a district listed in the U.S. Register of Historic Places. Norcross was incorporated in 1870 and has an estimated population, as of 2010, of 9,116 and a total area size of 4.2 square miles.


Norcross Georgia Subdivisions