Boulevard: This historic neighborhood is the heart of Athens' independents. Walkable from downtown and Normaltown, Boulevard praises local establishments and healthy living.
Chicopee-Dudley: Bordering the Oconee river, Chicopee-Dudley touches the edge of downtown and is about to grow. Although the area is mostly residential, Chicopee-Dudley faces a transient stage as more businesses start to arrive.
Downtown: Athens' most famous neighborhood is known for its proximity to UGA's campus, live music, and bar scene. However, downtown is also home to great restaurants and many local businesses.
Eastside: This highly residential area is home to several schools and parks. The eastside is close to downtown and UGA's campus, but separated enough to not feel bound by it.
Normaltown: Normaltown is booming as a result of UGA's new medical school. Many new Athens restaurants, bars, and local businesses populate Normaltown.
Outer Athens: Bogart and Watkinsville exist outside the Perimeter highway. Although most of the businesses in Bogart are franchises of chains, more local establishments are starting to appear. Watkinsville is somewhat rural and provides much of Athens' local produce.
Westside: Many university students make their home in this residential area. The westside is close to a wide array of restaurants and shopping centers.