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Conveniently located just southwest of Atlanta, less than an hour away from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, you’ll find a welcoming business climate, modern infrastructure and affordable cost of living in Troup County, Georgia. Whether you are looking to relocate your business or your family, Troup County invites you to START HERE!

Our History

Since its establishment in 1826, Troup County has earned a warm reputation as a premier, family-friendly community, as well as a growing destination for commerce. Read More

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Hours of Operation

  • Monday 8.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
  • Tuesday 8.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
  • Wednesday 8.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
  • Thursday 8.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
  • Friday 8.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
Holiday Schedule 2020 BOC Meeting Schedule

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Latest News in Troup County

Public Notices
Court Services Opens Accountability Store to Benefit Family Treatment Court Participants
Troup County Kicks Off Holiday Toy Drive
County Hosts Interactive Public Input Meetings for Parks & Recreation Master Plan, Community Survey to Follow
Kinnersley Named as New Road Superintendent
Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Serves as Keynote Speaker at Cattlemen’s Association Meeting
REMINDER: County to Host Parks & Recreation Public Input Meetings on Monday, 11/18 & Tuesday, 11/19
County to Host Parks & Recreation Public Input Meetings
Touch-a-Truck & Big Machines Event Draws Hundreds
Troup County Conducts Canned Food Drive for Local Salvation Army
Troup County Fire Department Investigating Structure Fire on Pine Hill Road
County to Host Touch-a-Truck & Big Machines Event
County Lifts Outdoor Burning Ban
Fire Department Promotes National Fire Prevention Month
County Continues Road Resurfacing Project
Keep Troup Beautiful Partners with Troup County for Community Beautification Project
Troup County Launches Canned Food Drive
Troup County Has Extended the Outdoor Burning Ban
Firefighters Undergo 911 Communications Training
William J. Griggs Center Beautification Project
County Clerk Honored for Completion of Masters Education Management Development Program
Litter Pick-Up Scheduled for September 21st
Grand Opening of Extended Runway & Dedication of Spinks Field Scheduled for September 19th
GA Bass Nation Fishing Tournament Brings Tourism to West Point Lake
Bill Taylor Road Reopened to Traffic, Cook Road to Follow

Community Services

2018 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

To view previous reports, please visit our Finance department here.

The Strongest Link Award

Larry Nommensen

Facilities Maintenance Manager

November 2019

He always has a smile on his face if you see him, no matter what. If you need anything, he is always eager to help, and he will go out of his way to check on you if you have something going on.

FY 2020 Budget

FY2020 Troup County Budget Adopted by the Board of Commissioners on May 21, 2019

Meet Your Commissioner

The Troup County Board of Commissioners is comprised of one chairman, who is elected in a county-wide election, and four commissioners, who are each elected from a specific district, serving four-year terms.

District 1 Commissioner, Patrick Crews

Patrick Crews

District 1

District 2 Commissioner, Ellis Cadenhead

Ellis Cadenhead

District 2‎

District 3 Commissioner, Lewis Davis

Lewis C. Davis

District 3

District 4 Commissioner, Morris Jones

J. Morris Jones

District 4

District 5 Commissioner, Richard English

Richard English

District 5

Troup County, Georgia : Commissioners Districts Interactive Map

Who is my Commissioner?

Interactive Map

Open Meetings

In accordance with O.C.G.A. 50-14-1 the Troup County Board of Commissioners announces changes to the meeting schedule. The informal work session meetings that were previously scheduled on the Friday preceding a regular Tuesday Board meeting have been changed to the preceding Thursday. Work sessions are held in the third floor Commissioners’ Office Conference Room in the Troup County Government Center at 100 Ridley Ave. These informal work sessions begin at 9:00 a.m. & are open to the public. While the work sessions are generally informational only, if circumstances require it, votes may be taken.

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