Brunswick, GA

Population: 15,997 livability score shield

Key findings

  • Brunswick has a Livability Score of 63/100, which is considered below average
  • Brunswick crime rates are 42% higher than the Georgia average
  • Cost of living in Brunswick is 8% lower than the Georgia average
  • Brunswick real estate prices are 37% lower than the Georgia average
  • Rental prices in Brunswick are 22% lower than the Georgia average

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      Top Rated Schools in Brunswick

      Name Grades Students Proficiency
      Satilla Marsh Elementary SchoolPK - 583562%
      Glynn Middle6 - 882458%
      Greer Elementary SchoolPK - 576158%
      Glynn Academy9 - 121,96058%
      Brunswick High School9 - 121,69447%
      Jane Macon Middle6 - 880745%
      Risley Middle School6 - 863144%
      Sterling Elementary SchoolPK - 583643%
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      Brunswick Reviews

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      My Bad Experience Living In Brunswick
      Brunswick is very nice looking town, but a lot of residents have bad habit of bullying and harassing other residents. It’s worst, if you’re single woman living by yourself (Btw, I’m single because I choose to be for personal reasons. I don’t want to get married. I not interested in dating or being in any relationship. I love being alone and I learn to love it that way). They will attack you everyday. Doesn’t matter if you mind your own business, because they will attack you anyway. You can’t shop, run errands, talk to your friends, or go anywhere without some thugs harassing you. Sometimes, they follow you home or sit in their vehicles and wait until you get home, so they know where you live. Men and women thugs are bullying and harassing me. If you report it to the cops, some cops will help you and some will stick up for those thugs who harassing you, either though they’re wrong. Years ago, most of the residents was nice, mind their own business, helpful, kind, understanding, and respectful to each other. The crime rate back then wasn’t bad either. A lot of residents then had either move away or passed away. Now it’s all new people here and they don’t have any respect for anybody. Yes, the crime rate increase too. That’s a darn shame. I have a lot to say, but I can’t say it here. I can’t afford to move away at this moment, but once I’m able to, I will be moving out very quickly where. If you do move here, you’re single woman and alone, be very very very careful.
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      A Modern City with a Taste of History
      Living in Brunswick is, in a word, incredible. Living here has taught me the importance of having a little history built into your experience of city life and that is exactly the balance that Brunswick strikes.

      Brunswick, initially founded by the British colonists that settled there in 1738, is now a hub for a progressive economy based on tourism and logistics thanks to its port-based geography. However, the colonial roots still influence daily life from the gorgeous Victorian architecture to the various arts and cultural events like the theatrical performances hosted by the Ritz Theatre.

      As an avid golfer, Brunswick is the ideal place for me to live. All I need to do is grab my clubs, a couple friends, and head off to Sea Island which has numerous golf resorts that are open year-round thanks to the amazing climate. And when you are hungry, just head back into the clubhouse and you'll be treated to some famous Brunswick stew that includes lima beans, corn, okra, and if you're lucky, rabbit meat.
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      Source: The Brunswick, GA data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).