Douglas County is a special place that blends natural beauty with urban convenience and amenities. In our community, you will find an abundance of cultural and recreational opportunities, a low cost of living, a commendable education system, exceptional health care facilities, colleges and universities, and a friendly hometown atmosphere.
If you are looking for a place to call home, Douglas County can accommodate your style of living including quiet, charming neighborhoods, convenient apartment living and golf and country club communities with family amenities that include fishing, hiking trails, golf, tennis and swimming.
If you are looking for a place for your business, ample land, water and easy access to the I-20 corridor make this a prime location. Whether your plans include business, vacation or a place to call home, the Douglas County Chamber is sure you will share our passion for this community.
The Douglas County Chamber serves as the community’s New Resident Welcome Center and can provide you with resources to assist in relocating to Douglasville as well as endless resources once you make Douglas County your home.
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Learn about Douglasville and Douglas County – check out our Community Guide
Familiarize yourself with Douglas County – view our Interactive Map of Douglas County
Relocation Packet – If you would like copies of the Map or Community Guide mailed to your location, there is an $8 charge for the packet. Contact the Chamber at 770.942.5022 to make arrangements.
Each June, the Douglasville-Douglas County Water and Sewer Authority publishes an important document about water quality called the Consumer Confidence Report (CCR). The CCR is created to give the community valuable information about our drinking water system, contaminant testing, and a host of other water topics that may be of interest to you, your family, neighbors, co-workers, and friends. The digital version of the CCR can be found by clicking here. If you would like a paper copy mailed to your home or business, please call 770.949.7617 or email AskWSA@ddcwsa.com with your name and address. If you have any questions about the information contained in the CCR, please feel free to reach out to us via the phone number or email address listed above.
The City of Douglasville Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan provides a framework for understanding the parks and recreation needs of Douglasville’s residents, trends in parks and recreation facilities, programming and budget revenues and expenditures. The goal of this master plan is to assist the City of Douglasville Parks and Recreation Department in guiding its plans for future improvements to parks, recreation, greenspace and trails within the City of Douglasville over the next ten years. The City of Douglasville Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan provides a framework for understanding the parks and recreation needs of Douglasville’s residents, trends in parks and recreation facilities, programming and budget revenues and expenditures. The goal of this master plan is to assist the City of Douglasville Parks and Recreation Department in guiding its plans for future improvements to parks, recreation, greenspace and trails within the City of Douglasville over the next ten years.
The 2018 edition of the annual ‘facts & figures’ booklet for Douglas County has been published, and is available on the Commissioners’ pages of the Douglas County website.
The 14-page annual periodical by the Department of Communications & Community Relations is a ‘snapshot’ of County government and its departments. Many of the reports in the document include statistics for the past three years so that trends can be identified. The General Fund budget, millage rate, digest, and value of one mil are included for each year since 2005.
The ‘facts & figures’ booklet is downloadable from the Commissioners’ pages (provided in a .pdf format), and from the News Items on the web site home page. Limited printed copies are available from the Department of Communications & Community Relations in the Douglas County Courthouse.
Click the image below to view the 2017 Douglas County School System Annual Report, many thanks to the School System for providing the information!