You are now visiting the geographic center of one of the fastest-growing states in the nation - Georgia! Twiggs County is located south of Macon along I-16, a pristine, wooded area that is ripe for residential, commercial and industrial development. The county's two towns - Jeffersonville and Danville, along with the Dry Branch community, are home to some of the nicest people you'll ever call neighbors. With our close proximity to Savannah and the Georgia Ports, we are a prime location for companies looking for flat, easily-developed land. Our history includes 200 years of agriculture, mining and recreation along the Ocmulgee River. We hope you'll spend some time on this site learning more about what awaits you on your next trip to Twiggs County, Georgia.
Two new facilities located here in 2008-2009, bringing almost 500 jobs. Located within 25 miles of Macon, Robins Air Force Base in Warner Robins, Milledgeville, Dublin and Cochran, we have 3 universities, 3 colleges and 3 technical colleges all within easy commuting distance.
Local company wins state award - KaMin president accepted award in Atlanta
KaMin Performance Minerals won the Small Business Administration's 2011 Small Business Exporter of t
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This guide presents the 7 locations for access to the blueway, starting at Bullard Landing in Twiggs County and extending 54 miles downstream to Sandy Hammock Landing in southern Pulaski County.