About Macon, GA From the Web…
“The city of Babylon inspired Macon’s planners to create a city with multitudes of parks and spacious avenues. When James Webb, the appointed surveyor laid out the downtown streets of Macon in 1832, he gave future generations the gift of wide streets and parks. The planners designated 250 acres for Central City Park and citizens were required by ordinances to plant shade trees in their front yards. Beautiful and shady still today, Macon lies on the site of the Ocmulgee Old Fields. Cultivated long before the Norman Conquest, the fields were home to the Creeks and their predecessors for as long as 12,000 years before the white man arrived. The area, situated on the Fall Line where the Piedmont region meets the flat Coastal Plains, has been, since before written history, an ideal location for communities to thrive.”
“Macon is a city located in central Georgia, US. Founded at the fall line of the Ocmulgee River, it is part of the Macon metropolitan area, and the county seat of Bibb County. A small portion of the city extends into Jones County. Macon is the largest city in central Georgia. It lies near the geographic center of Georgia, approximately 85 miles south of Atlanta, hence the city’s nickname as the Heart of Georgia. As of the 2010 Census, Macon had a population of 91,351; in terms of population, Macon is the seventh-largest city in Georgia.”
We serve the following cities:
Macon, Centerville, Warner Robins, Perry, Milledgeville, Eatonton, Thomaston, Griffin, Dublin, Covington, Stockbridge, Cordele, Conyers, Americus, Fayetteville, and Monroe.
We serve the following counties:
Bibb, Monroe, Jones, Twiggs, Houston, Peach, and Crawford.