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Designated one of the fastest growing cities in the state of Georgia Douglasville was established in 1875 by the Georgia General Assembly. Today the city is home to Arbor Place Mall and the Douglas County Aquatic Center that includes both an indoor heated pool and an outdoor saltwater pool. The downtown area is listed as a Nationally Registered Historic Place due to its example of turn-of-the-century southern railroad towns. Oprah Winfrey is said to be a part time resident of the city.

Population: 32812
Local Newspapers: The Douglas County Sentinel
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Zip Codes associated with douglasville, georgia: 30134 30135
Towns/Cities near douglasville, georgia : Lithia Springs Villa Rica Winston Austell Mableton

Douglasville News
Ida Virginia Cox

Mrs. Cox was born August 26, 1919 in Cumberland, Maryland the daughter of the late James E. Smith and Ella Smith. Mrs. Cox worked in food service management prior to retiring in 1989, after which she began a second career with Six Flags Over Georgia.

Michael Wayne Pritchett

Mr. Michael Wayne Pritchett, age 61, of Winston, passed away Tuesday, August 15, 2017. He was born in Douglasville, Georgia on June 21, 1956, the son of Jimmy Pritchett and Joyce Curbow Cook.

Habitat holding meeting Aug. 29 on house for vet

An informational meeting will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 29 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Douglas County Chamber, 6658 Church St. in Douglasville, where representatives from Habitat will outline their plans for the start of the build, as well as recruit sponsors and volunteers.

State program helping to keep rural hospitals afloat

Two decades of laying tile left him with lungs full of cement dust. He admits his history of smoking didn't help things.

Three city parks may be getting renovations

Douglasville Parks and Recreation Director Travis Landrum presented concept plans for renovations for Mill Village Park, Willing Workers Park, and Jessie Davis Park at the Aug. 3 Douglasville City Council meeting. The concepts were developed by Lose & Associates, Inc. A big theme of all three park concepts is basketball courts.

Officials: No plans for standalone Driver Services center in Douglas

Special Local and state officials gathered in July of 2016 for a ribbon-cutting to officially open the new Department of Driver Services Center in Paulding County on the campus of the Watson Government Complex in Dallas. The addition of the Paulding DDS office means every county bordering Douglas has a Driver Services center.

Yard litter a concern in Douglasville

Douglasville resident Beth Bennett has had enough. Bennett, along with a number of other Douglasville residents, has seen more trash than they desire around the city.

Two injured, one arrested after Lee County wreck

A man speeding and trying to improperly pass a car that was turning left caused a severe crash in Lee County at Buckston Trace and Philema Road, according to the State Patrol. Trooper David Fretwell said that Bruce Kennedy, 32, of Douglasville, tried to pass the car driven by Edward Hill, 59, of Leesburg, and T-boned that car about 7:30 Saturday evening.

The faces of UGA's Class of 2021

On Monday, August 14, more than 5,800 freshmen from the University of Georgia Class of 2021 will start their first day of classes as Georgia Bulldogs. While 87 percent of these new students are from Georgia, each bring with them a wide range of experiences and perspectives, and each have different plans for their time at UGA.

Douglasville City Council proposes raising taxes

The Douglasville City Council is expected to adopt millage rates for Fiscal Year 2018 on Thursday that could lead to higher taxes for many property owners in the city. The $27.4 million budget passed by the council in June was based on the city's maintenance and operations millage rate staying at 6.911 mills, which is 4.38 percent over the rollback rate.

BOC plans to cut tax rate by 4.43%

The Douglas County Board of Commissioners plans to roll back its millage rate 4.43 percent Tuesday, which will have the effect of preventing a tax increase for county property owners. Jennifer Hallman, finance director for the county, said the BOC plans to adopt the rollback millage rate of 10.768, which is 0.499 mills lower than last year's rate of 11.267.

Mildred Rebecca Berry Chapman

The family will receive friends at Jones-Wynn Funeral Home in Douglasville, Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017 from 10:30-11 a.m. A Memorial Service will be Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017 at 11 a.m. at Midway United Methodist Church in Douglasville with the Rev. Francisco Artley and the Rev.

Sewer lines on Dawn Avenue being replaced

The Douglasville-Douglas County Water and Sewer Authority is replacing the sewer line that runs between Dawn and Lynn avenues, located between Melrose and Katherine streets. Right of Way crew chief Mike Bryant with the city of Douglasville said that most of the work is focusing on Dawn and that a two-inch water line is also going to be added in the project.

DCSS will delay dismissal of students for solar eclipse

The path of totality for the Aug. 21 eclipse is a relatively thin ribbon, around 70 miles wide, that will cross the U.S. from West to East, according to NASA, and will cover only the northeast corner of Georgia. In Douglasville, the eclipse will be a partial solar eclipse.

Charles - Marvin' Morgan

Charles "Marvin" Morgan, age 62 of Villa Rica, Georgia, passed away August 08, 2017. He was born August 25, 1954 in Douglas County, Georgia to the late Willy G. Morgan and Velma Strickland Morgan.

New Hilton hotel on Thornton Road OK'd

Rashad Milligan/Douglas County SentinelThe Douglasville City Council will be voting whether to approve the development plans for the Tru Hotel by Hilton on 1270 Thornton Road Monday night. The hotel would be right in front of the Hilton Gardens Inn West Atlanta/Lithia Springs Hotel.

Ruby S. Hickox

Mrs. Ruby Ann Stockhoff Hickox, 79, of Ashland City, Tennessee, formerly of Douglasville, Georgia passed away Sunday, August 6, 2017 at Hillcrest Healthcare Center in Ashland City, Tennessee.

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