The Cities and communities of Meriwether County, Georgia *
Gay , Greenville (county seat)
Lone Oak , Luthersville
St Marks, Stovall
Warm Springs , Woodbury
*This list of cities may not be complete. The list may contain towns, cities, villages, boroughs, neighborhoods, townships, ghost towns and other populated places.
If you have information about any of these unlinked communities, please send it to us and we will add a page for that community. Some of these places above may only be neighborhoods or local area names and are not listed with the census at all or just included in a larger surrounding designated census area.. .
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& Facts about Meriwether County, Georgia
126 N. Court Square
Greenville, GA 30222
County Courthouse website
This site is about the building itself
1990 - 22,411
1995 - 23,041
1999 - 23,043
2000 - 22,534
2004 - 22,623 (estimate)
Population Density: 44.8 persons per square mile (2000)
southwest of Atlanta in west-central Georgia.
Borders: Coweta County is to the north. To the Northeast is Spalding County. On the east is Pike County with Upson and Talbot Counties on the Southeast. To the Southwest is Harris County and on the west is Troup County.
The county climate is basically mild. Summer temperatures average about 68 degrees. In winter, temperatures rarely go below 20 degrees. Average rainfall is about 49.4 inches per year with rain falling evenly throughout the year.
Here is a Current weather
page for the county.
Other Facts & Figures:
36.5 years (2000)
The county was formed on 14 December 1827 from an area of Troup County. It was originally spelled Merriwether. It was named for David Meriwether (1755-1822), a former member of Congress from Georgia.
Little White House - President Franklin Delano Roosevelt stayed often at the Little White House, a simple, but comfortable house that he had built on his farm. He took advantage of the healing waters of the warm springs that flow from Pine Mountain. Before FDR, Native Americans used the springs and later resorts were built for visitors.
Learn about the history of the area from links on this history page. Here is another history page for the county.
Land area: 505.4 square miles
The Political Graveyard for Meriwether County
Meriwether County Genealogy links
US GenNet page for Meriwether County
GenWeb page for Meriwether County
County School System
2100 Gaston Street
Post Office Box 70
Greenville, Georgia 30222
Business information for the county
Main sectors of
the local economy are apparel,
textiles, wood products. Printing, publishing and lumber. Other major products
include pecans, melons, peppers; cattle and hogs.
Organizations & Groups:
County Chamber of Commerce
91 Broad St
Post Office Box 9
Warm Springs, GA 31830
Attractions & Other Information:
Covered Bridges of Meriwether County
to visit in the area
Learn all about Meriwether County at this informative site
Also try this Meriwether County site
Cotton Pickin Fair
held the first weekend of May and October each year
One of the Top Ten Festivals in America
Butterflies of Meriwether County
National Registry of History places in the County
Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park
Little White House State Historic Site
Pine Mountain Wild Animal Park
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