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Chamblee Today

The City of Chamblee is 4,928 acres or 7.7 square miles. According to the 2019 U.S. Census, at that time Chamblee was comprised of:

30,307 people, of which:
  56% are Latino
  24% are White
  14% are Asian
  03% are African American
  02% are Two or more races
  01% are other Ethnic Minorities

Approximately 12 different Asian/Pacific countries and 18 Latin countries are represented within the City, with almost 30 varied languages and dialects spoken as a first language. Latinos and Southeast Asians are the largest ethnic groups within the City.

Points of Interest:

Antique Row
Chamblee's Antique Row in the historic central business district is the South's largest antique area. In this unique neighborhood, there are more than 150 dealers offering quality antiques and collectibles that can fit any budget, decor or lifestyle.

DeKalb-Peachtree Airport
The DeKalb-Peachtree Airport is the second busiest airport in the State of Georgia. Located on the site of the WWI installation, Camp Gordon, and the WWII Naval Air Station, the airport now serves the corporate community of metro Atlanta as a general aviation reliever airport.

International Village
As part of DeKalb's International Corridor stretching along Buford Highway, this special Chamblee zoning district is one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the country. With more than 30 different nationalities represented within this 394 acre community, the International Village provides visitors with a unique opportunity to discover new cultures through a variety of businesses ranging from restaurants to book and music stores.

Mt. Zion Cemetery
This African-American cemetery is located on Pierce Drive near the intersection of Peachtree Boulevard. There are many unmarked graves and tombstones without inscriptions. The oldest marked grave is that of Mollie Black, October 1912. The oldest birthdate, March 1836, is of a person with the surname Holmes.

Nancy Creek Cemetery
Nancy Creek Primitive Baptist Church was organized in 1824. The Nancy Creek area was named for an early settler, Nance Jett Evins, wife of John Evins. Both graves can be found in the church cemetery located on 8th Street along with many other early residents.

Prospect Cemetery
The Prospect Methodist Church (later Chamblee First United Methodist) was organized in 1826 with the cemetery located directly behind the church on Peachtree Road. The church building was sold in the 1970s and is now home to Biggar's Antiques. Entrance to the cemetery is on North Peachtree Road and it is still maintained by the Chamblee First United Methodist Church now located on Chamblee-Dunwoody Road.