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.

Recent Press Releases

Political Forum set for May 12

The Berrien County Chamber of Commerce and Berrien County VFW Post 5978 will host a political forum on Thursday, May 12th at 6 pm at the Berrien County VFW Post located at 801 Tifton Road.  Scott James, host of the Scott James Show and owner of Talk 92.1 will serve as the forum moderator. Prior […]

Southern Grace Farms Country Store to host Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening April 25th

Southern Grace Farms Country Store located at 3123 Vickers Church Road will host a Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening on Monday, April 25th at 12 pm. “It’s hard to know where to look first when you enter our new country store on the farm in Enigma,” said Jennifer McMillan, store manager.  “Repurposed lockers and cubbyholes […]

SPLOST: The Penny that Paves

The continuation of the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) will appear on the ballot during the May 24th election. First and foremost, a vote in favor of SPLOST will not increase the sales tax. Sales tax will remain seven cents with four cents going to the State of Georgia, one cent supporting the […]