Welcome to Berrien County, Georgia.
Welcome to Berrien County, Georgia! We are a unique community located just east of Interstate 75. Four municipalities are nestled within the county’s more than 450 square miles. Alapaha, Enigma, Nashville, and Ray City each play host to unique retail and dining establishments as well as business and industry.
With a population of more than 19,000 and growing, Berrien County offers a unique atmosphere, with all the convenience and technology of larger communities but loaded with southern hospitality and charm. Moody Air Force Base is conveniently located just 20 miles south of Berrien County.
The Berrien County Chamber of Commerce and Development Authority is dedicated to growing business as well as attracting new business and industry. Whether you’re a startup, entrepreneur or large industry, the Berrien County Chamber of Commerce and Development Authority has resources to assist your company. Berrien County is Work Ready, Entrepreneur Friendly, and Camera Ready. Bottom line Berrien County is open for business.
Looking for a new hometown, Berrien County is the perfect place to raise a family. From quaint neighborhoods to country living, Berrien County can accommodate your family’s taste.
Business or family, Berrien County is the perfect place to call home.
The Berrien County Chamber of Commerce announces its new board members taking office in 2017. Taking positions with four year terms with the Chamber Board of Directors are: Charles Blewett of Lovein Funeral Home, Clayton Danforth of the Danforth Company, Caitlin Giddens of Ageless Creations, Col. Nick Lacey, US Air Force, retired and Jennifer McMillan […]
The Berrien County Chamber of Commerce and Development Authority is hosting a Tax Recovery Class on Friday, January 27th at the Nashville Community Center from 11:30 am until 1 pm. Clay Miller with Advanced Tax Recovery will focus on ways companies of all sizes can maximize their refund in sales and use taxes. Miller is […]
My Georgia Hometown Magazine, located at 106 North Davis Street, will host a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Monday, December 5th at 11 am. My Georgia Hometown Magazine is owned and operated by Vickie Harsey, who is a native of Colquitt County and now lives in Alapaha. Harsey began her journalism career in 2004 after completing […]