Your Bin There Dump That franchise operator serving Roswell GA are Kurt and Alisha Anderson. If you are looking for a Roswell dumpster rental service we would be happy to provide our local dumpster rental service and answer any dumpster rental questions you might have before renting a dumpster in Roswell or any of the surrounding areas. We are local family owned dumpster rental service helping families and businesses with their junk removal and garbage removal needs. When is comes to dumpster rental in Roswell GA call Bin There Dump That Roswell for all your roll of dumpster rental needs.
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The city of Roswell is located in north Fulton County and became a city on February 16, 1854. With an estimated population in 2014 of over 94,000, it is Georgia's seventh largest city. Although, the city of Roswell is in Fulton County unincorporated reaches in to east Cobb County.
The city is named after Roswell King, who in 1830 while visiting North Georgia decided it would be a great place for a cotton mill, and built what would soon become the largest mill in North Georgia, the Roswell Mill.
It is home to some historic landmarks such as Barrington Hall (home of Barrington King), The Smith Plantation (home of Archibald Smith) and Bulloch Hall (childhood home of Theodore Roosevelt). Other notable tourist attractions are Faces of War Memorial, Primrose Cottage, Archibald Smith Plantation Home, Bulloch Hall, Barrington Hall, Teaching Museum North, Roswell Mill, and the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area (https://www.nps.gov/chat/index.htm); a great area for those who love to fish, as the river is a trout stocked stream, with over 23 species of game fish! Even CNN has discovered the city of Roswell, declaring it #76 in the top 100 places to live in the US! It has also been named the 18th safest city in the US. The city has also been home to many well known people. Jeff Foxworthy calls Roswell home, two-time National League MVP, former Atlanta Braves baseball player Dale Murphy, lived in Roswell in the 1980s, as did the family of our 39th President, Jimmy Carter.
Yearly events include: Roswell Memorial Day Ceremony (largest in Georgia), Roswell Roots, Roswell Criterium Bicycle Race and Historic Roswell Kiwanis Kids Bike Safety Rodeo, Rosell Magnolia Storytelling Festival, Riverside Sounds Concert Series, Roswell Youth Day Parade & Festival, Keep Roswell Beautiful Duck Race, Roswell Annual Fireworks Extravaganza July 4, and Roswell Wine Festival.