Loganville is a city in both Walton and Gwinnett counties, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, Loganville had a population of 10,458 nearly doubling what it was in 2000. An early name for the area was «Buncombe,» before the name was changed to what we know it as present-day, after James Harvie Logan, an early settler. In 1887 the Georgia General Assembly incorporated Loganville as a town.
Loganville is in western Walton County, with the city limits extending into southeastern Gwinnett County. U.S. Route 78 passes through the middle of town, main east 5 miles to Monroe, the Walton County seat, and west 32 miles to downtown Atlanta. Georgia State Route 20 leads northwest from Loganville 10 miles to Lawrenceville, the Gwinnett County seat, and southwest 15 miles to Conyers. Georgia State Route 81 leads northeast 16 miles to Winder and south 18 miles to Covington.