Stone Mountain is a city in DeKalb County, Georgia, in the United States. The population was 5,802 at the 2010 census. Stone Mountain is located in the eastern part of Dekalb County and is a suburb of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area. It was host to some 1996 Olympic Games events and is home to Stone Mountain.
|Stone Mountain, Georgia|
Main Street in Stone Mountain Village
|Motto: "A City of Vision"|
Location in DeKalb County and the state of Georgia
Stone Mountain is located at (33.805255, -84.171413).
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 1.6 square miles (4.1 km2), of which 0.62% is water.
While the city of Stone Mountain itself is in DeKalb County, some of the town's mailing addresses are in Gwinnett County.
Stone Mountain is the site of a famous giant carving commemorating the military leaders of the Confederacy, as well as a state park and museum, including a tourist railroad. The City of Stone Mountain is also home to the ART Station Contemporary Arts Center and Theatre Company as well as the Stone Mountain Arts Incubator Program.
Wade-Walker Park is located at the intersection of Rockbridge Road and Stone Mountain Lithonia Road.
The schools serving the City of Stone Mountain and nearby areas in DeKalb County are operated by the DeKalb County Public Schools. Nearby areas in Gwinnett County are served by the Gwinnett County Public Schools.
The Administrative and Instructional Complex of the DeKalb County School District is located in an unincorporated area near Stone Mountain. The DeKalb County Public Schools East DeKalb Campus, a district facility, is also located in an unincorporated area near Stone Mountain.
DeKalb County Public Library operates the Stone Mountain-Sue Kellogg Library