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Dooly County

Dooly County, the 48th county formed in Georgia, was created in 1821. It was one of the original land lot counties and was later divided to make Crisp and parts of Macon, Pulaski, Turner, Wilcox, and Worth counties.

The county was named for Colonel John Dooly, a Revolutionary War hero who helped prosecute Tories in 1779 and was murdered by them the following year. Vienna (pronounced vye«-enna locally), the county seat, was named after the capital of Austria.

Historic sites in the county include the Dooly County Courthouse. It was built in 1891 of granite, slate, and brick and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Dooly Campground, which was built in 1875, is an open-air tabernacle constructed with hand-hewn timbers that still hosts many community activities.

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Dooly County Courthouse

 
Dooy County Website 

 

Dooly County Chamber of Commerce

 

Dooly County Demographic Profile

   
 Dooly County Comprehensive Plan
Greater Dooly County Comprehensive Plan 2018-2027
 
 Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan
 Dooly County 2008-2012 
 
Economic Development

Vienna Urban Redevelopment Plan

 

Developments of Regional Impact

Tyson Expansion 2015 DRI #2015


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