Welcome to Treutlen County! Home to the over 40 year old Million Pines Festival, a bevy of historical sites, the Oconee and Ohoopee Rivers, and the Treutlen County Vikings! Come visit our historic rural area and you might just be inclined to stay a bit.
The Treutlen County Development Authority meets the Third Tuesday of each month at 6:00pm. Check back for other pertinent events and happens in the community.
The Million Pines Festival moves into Iva Park the first Saturday and Sunday of November each year, featuring arts and crafts, entertainment, and historical crafts and skills that will impress and intrigue viewers.
Created originally in 1967 with a revised resolution established in May of 2001, the purpose of this authority is to develop trade, commerce, industry and employment opportunities for the public good and the general welfare of the community.
Treutlen County is home to a variety of attractions for outdoor enthusiasts, history buffs, and those road warriors seeking the next great small town. Plan your trip to explore the natural wonders of Georgia Rivers and farms, and find historic markers along the way.
Treutlen County is home to two available industrial tracts, 25 acres and 138 acres, both under option. Utilities available include electric, natural gas, water, and sewer with capacity for industrial growth. Contact us to learn more.
Home to one newly constructed public school system, Treutlen County is proud to announce a graduation rate increase of over 10% in last several years, bumping the system well above the state average with nearing half of the student population graduating with HOPE eligibility.