- December 14, 2016 9:00 am Regular Meeting
- Canceled is Meriwether BOC meeting that was scheduled Dec. 27, 2016
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Welcome to Meriwether County, Georgia! Here we love our history and our future. The citizens of Meriwether are proud to have shared our beautiful land and soothing springs with President Franklin Roosevelt, who found inspiration and solace at the Little White House and at Warm Springs. We are equally proud to be bursting with opportunity because of our business-friendly attitude and central location between the metropolitan areas of Atlanta, Macon, and Columbus.
Meriwether County is located in west-central Georgia, where in prerecorded times the Native Americans used its paths for trading routes and its famous springs as a source of healing. With a modern-day population of approximately 21,000, we are big enough to have the resources and amenities you need, blended with small town values.
The government of Meriwether County welcomes you and invites you to explore our website for a comprehensive guide to our departments and services.
And keep up with government and community happenings and upcoming events posted on our What's Going On section and on our Facebook page!
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Meriwether under water restrictions due to drought. See announcement from Ga. Environmental Protection Division on our What's Going On page.
All five of Meriwether's Commissioners have received certification from UGA Carl Vinson Institute. For more see our What's Going On section.
The Keep Meriwether Beautiful committee Oct.31 honored winning teams and announced results of the Oct. 22 cleanup. For the complete results see our What's Going On page. For more contact coordinator Jane L. Fryer, President, Keep Meriwether Beautiful, at Meriwether County Development Authority, 17234 Roosevelt Highway, Bldg. B, Greenville, GA 30222 -- J.Fryer@meriwethercountyga.gov
Mural Grant -- Meriwether County recently received a grant from the Georgia Council for the Arts to help fund the planned Manchester mural project. It's part of the Together in Meriwether tourism effort. For details see our What's Going On page.
See photos of the destruction that 19 1/2 inches of rain can cause. Some of the roads pictured in these scenes from some months ago had only been repaired temporarily while the county waited on delivery of materials to make permanent repairs. CLICK HERE.