As the industrial center of Northeast Georgia, Elbert County is a prosperous community boasting an economy that is rock solid – the area's granite monument production accounts for one-third of total production nationwide. In fact, Elberton, the county seat, is known as ″The Granite Capital of the World!″
About the Area
Elbert County was established in 1790 when it was divided from Wilkes County. Lying along the border with South Carolina, Elbert County is situated on 374 square miles of rolling hills, and is bound on three sides by five other counties: Hart, Lincoln, Madison, Oglethorpe, and Wilkes.
Elbert County has a population of more than 19,000 people who enjoy the various attractions for which the county is known: granite buildings, statues and monuments, colonial homes, Arrowhead Pointe Golf Course, Richard B. Russell and Clark's Hill lakes, Bobby Brown Park and, of course, the 20,000-seat Granite Bowl, home of the Elbert County Blue Devils.
- Dec. 7 Commissioner Work Session 5:00pm
- Dec. 11 Commissioner Public Hearing 5:15pm
- Dec. 11 Commissioner Regular Meeting 5:30pm
25-26 Office Closed for Christmas
- Dec. 28 Planning and Zoning Public Hearing 5:00pm
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Clerk of the Court
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Chief Financial Officer
Community Development & Code Enforcement