Geranium City is a small town in southern Georgia, about an hour and a half north of Atlanta. Although it is only a few miles from downtown McDonough, there are a number of restaurants, bars, shops and even a few churches in the city.
US Route 23 passes through Geranium City and from mile 14 (km) from Stockbridge to 9 and then south to Robinia Groves, then north to McDonough City and finally to Atlanta.
The postcode McDonough 30253 is Eagle Landing Country Club, which is located in Stockbridge, but too far north of the city limits and too close to Atlanta Metro station.
The historic Downtown McDonough district, which includes City Hall, the District Court and the Historic Prison Building, as well as a number of other buildings, is on the National Register of Historic Places. Major industries include oil and gas, coal and Norfolk Southern Railroad, as well as rail and rail. On the north side is a historically preserved Standard Oil gas station, built in the 1920s and the only one of its kind in Georgia.
The original Henry County was called "Mother Counties" because of the many that formed it, but was eventually scaled down to parts of surrounding counties. McDonough is located in eastern Georgia, about 30 miles south of Atlanta, and all addresses in that community have "McDonough" as their postal address.
Many who had already moved away returned to build homes and practice law, and even moved newspapers from Hampton to McDonough. Several houses were demolished and moved to Griffin, near the railway, but many of them have since been demolished.
From the beginning, the Creek tribe tolerated the settlers and even began to trade with them and make treaties that ceded land to the United States of America. One of these agreements was signed in 1821 by Chief William McIntosh and his son, Chief John McIntosh. The first treaty of Indian Springs was signed on March 2, 1822 and Henry County was founded on December 21, 1821.
McDonough is now a thriving and beautiful city that combines the best of both worlds, the old and the new, city and country. The scheme, called bedroom community or sprawl, brought McDonough an unprecedented wave of growth and prosperity.
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At the 2000 census, there were 3,234 housing units in the town of McDowell, which has a population of about 1.3 million. The city has a population of about 2.5 million, or about 3.2 percent of the population of McDowall County.
The racial composition of the city is roughly the same as that of McDowall County, with a population of about 2.5 million, or about 3.2 percent of the population, and is about 1.8 percent black, 1 percent white and 0.7 percent brown. The racial makeup of this city was roughly the same as the population of McDowell County at the 2000 census, with about 4.1 percent African-American, 2 percent white and 1 percent black.
McDonough was the third and last city to pass the torch, and the only city where the Olympic Committee allowed seven special citizens to touch the famous symbol of the Games. In 1996, he also set up a memorial lantern in Square Park and hosted the National Bank Torch Relay of the Paralympics.
McDonough directed the 1977 film "Smokey and the Bandit," as did the 1977 television series "The Simpsons." The pilot episode of the WB series "Roswell" is being filmed in the city's Square Park, along with the Town Square and a number of other locations. The films "Madea's Christmas" and "Tyler Perry" were shot on and around the village square of McDonough. In March 2014, the TV show "Reincarnation" was filmed and broadcast in the town square and adjacent parking lot near the Georgia State University campus.