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Sumter County

 

Sumter County was created in 1831 from a portion of Lee County and was named for General Thomas Sumter of South Carolina, a soldier of the French and Indian Wars as well as the American Revolution.

The Town of Andersonville has won a Phoenix Award for Preservation, Conservation and Beautification. The site of the Civil War prison camp that bore the community's name is in nearby Macon County.

Charles Lindbergh learned to fly in Sumter County. Mr. Lindbergh bought a military surplus "Jenny" aircraft in the county and had it assembled at Souther Field. Mechanics there gave him flying lessons and saw him off on his first solo flight.

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Sumter County Courthouse

Sumter County Website

 

Sumter Chamber of Commerce

Sumter County Demographic Profile

 

 

 

   
Comprehensive Plan

Americus and Sumter County Comprehensive Plan 2017-2027

 

Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan

Sumter County 2007-2011

 

Developments of Regional Impact

Americus Motorsports Complex DRI #2203

Phoebe Sumter Hospital DRI #2047

The Village at SouthLand Ridge DRI #1543

 

Bicyle and Pedestrian Plans

Americus Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan

Connecting Americus Plan 


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