Doing Business in Macon County
Macon County offers numerous advantages to locating a new business or expanding an existing business including a motivated work force, fast-track permitting, properly zoned and ready-for-building industrial sites, location and much more.
These advantages, along with the vision and support of the Macon County Commissioners, have strengthened the county’s pro-business environment and continue to confirm its position as a primary center for business and industry in this area of Georgia.
Small business is the lifeblood of our economy. In Macon County, in addition to our cooperative leadership and dedicated workforce, you will find a favorable climate and a quality of life you won't find anywhere else. For these reasons and many others, your choice to embark on a new business enterprise in Macon County is a sound business decision.
The current estimated population is 14,000 and the Georgia Department of Labor estimates our labor force to be 5,650 people. Macon County covers 406 square miles and is the 57th largest county in the state. Macon County is located in RAC Region 8 and is served by the River Valley Regional Commission in Americus and the Cordele Career Center in Cordele.