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Population: 9714569

Total Males: 4747484
Total Females: 4967085
Median Household Income: $ 49604
Total Households: 3508477
   

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of Georgia in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
209024 Abbeville
Acworth Adairsville Adel
Adrian Agnes Ailey
Alamo Alapaha Albany
Allenhurst Allentown Alma
Alpharetta Alston Altanta
Alto Ambrose Americus
Ames Andersonville Aplharetta
Appling Arabi Aragon
Arlington Armuchee Arnoldsville
Ashburn Athens Athens-Oconee
ATL Atlanta Atlanta Perimeter
Atlanta-Buckhead Attapulgus Auburn
Augusta Austell Austin
Avera Avondale Estates Baconton
Bainbridge Baldwin Ball Ground
Ballground Barnesville Barney
Barrett Parkway Bartow Barwick
Baxley Bellville Berkeley Lake
Berkely Lake Berlin Bethlehem
Big Canoe Bishop Black Creek
Blackshear Blairsville Blakely
Bloomingdale Blue Ridge Bluffton
Blythe Bogart Bogart,
Bolingbroke Bonaire Boneville
Boston Bostwick Bowdon
Bowdon Junction Bowersville Bowman
Box Springs Braselton Bremen
Bridgeboro Brinson Bristol
Bronwood Brookfield Brookhaven
Brooklet Brooks Broxton
Brunswick Buchanan Buckhead
Buena Vista Buford Butler
Byromville Byron Cadwell
Cairo Calhoun Calvary
Camak Camilla Campbellton
Canon Canton Carlton
Carnesville Carrollton Cartersville
Cassville Cataula Cave Spring
Cecil Cedar Springs Cedartown
Cedertown Centerville Chamblee
Charlotte Chatsworth Chattahoochee Hills
Chauncey Cherrylog Cheshire Bridge
Chester Chickamauga Chula
Clarkdale Clarkesville Clarkston
Claxton Clayton Clermont
Cleveland Climax Clinchfield
Clyo Cobb Cobbtown
Cochran Cohutta Colbert
College Park Collins Colquitt
Columbus Comer Commerce
Concord Conley Conyers
Coolidge Cordele Cornelia
Covington Crandall Crawford
Crawfordville Crescent Culloden
Culver City Cumming Cummings
Cusseta Cuthbert Dacula
Dacula (Hamilton Mill) Dahlonega Daisy
Dallas Dalton Damascus
Danielsville Danville Darien
Davisboro Dawson Dawsonville
Dearing Dec Decatour
Decatur Deluth Demorest
Denton Dewy Rose Dexter
Dillard Dixie Doerun
Donalsonville Doraville Douglas
Douglassville Douglasville Dover
Dry Branch Dublin Dudley
Duluth Dunwoody East Atlanta
East Dublin East Ellijay East Point
East Point, Eastanollee Eastman
Eatonton Eden Edison
Elberton Elko Ellabell
Ellaville Ellenton Ellenwood
Ellerslie Ellijay Emerson
Enigma Epworth Eton
Euharlee Evans Fairburn
Fairmount Fargo Fayetteville
Fayettville Fitzgerald Fleming
Flintstone Flovilla Flowery Branch
Folkston Forest Park Forsyth
Fort Benning Fort Gaines Fort Gordon
Fort Oglethorpe Fort Stewart Fort Valley
Fortson Fowlstown Franklin
Franklin Springs Ft Benning Ft Oglethorpe
Ft Valley Ft. Ogelthorpe Ft. Oglethorpe
Funston Gainesville Gainsville
Garden City Garfield Gastonia
Gay Geneva Georgetown
Georgia Gibson Gillsville
Girard Glenn Glennville
Glenwood Good Hope Gordon
Gracewood Grantville Gray
Grayson Greensboro Greenville
Griffin Grovetown Guyton
Haddock Hagan Hahira
Hamilton Hampton Hapeville
Haralson Hardwick Harlem
Harrison Hartsfield Hartwell
Hawkinsville Hazlehurst Helen
Helena Henderson Hephzibah
Hialeah Hiawassee High Shoals
Hillsboro Hinesville Hinseville
Hiram Hoboken Hogansville
Holly Springs Homer Homerville
Hortense Hoschton Hull
Ideal Ila Iron City
Irwinton Irwinville Ivey
Jackson Jacksonville Jakin
Jasper Jefferson Jeffersonville
Jekyll Island Jenkinsburg Jersey
Jesup John's Creek John’s Creek
Johns Creek Jones Creek Jonesboro
Juliette Kathleen Kennesaw
Kensington Keysville Kings Bay
Kingsland Kingston Kite
La Fayette La Grange LaFayette
LaGrange Lake City Lake Park
Lakeland Lakemont Las Vegas
Lavonia Lawerenceville Lawrenceville
Leary Lebanon Leesburg
Lenox Leslie Lexington
Lilburn Lilly Lincolnton
Lindale Lithia Springs Lithonia
Lizella Locust Grove Loganville
Lookout Mountain Louisville Lovejoy
Ludowici Lula Lumber City
Lumpkin Luthersville Lyerly
Lyons Mableton Macon
Madison Manassas Manchester
Manor Mansfield Marble Hill
Marcon Marietta Marietta, Cobb
Marrietta Marshallville Martin
Martinez Matthews Mauk
Maxeys Maysville Mc Donough
McCaysville McDonough McIntyre
McRae Meansville Mecon
Meigs Meldrim Menlo
Meridian Mershon Mesena
Metcalf Metter Midland
Midville Midway Milan
Milledgeville Millen Millwood
Milner Milpitas Milton
Milwaukee Mineral Bluff Minneapolis
Mitchell Molena Moneta
Monroe Montezuma Monticello
Montrose Moody Air Force Base Moreland
Morgan Morganton Morrow
Morven Moultrie Moultrir
Mount Airy Mount Vernon Mount Zion
Mountain City Mt Airy Murrayville
Mystic Nahunta Nanty Glo
Nashville Naylor Nelson
Newborn Newington Newnan
Newton Nicholls Nicholson
Norcross Norman Park Norristown
Norwood NW Atlanta Oakfield
Oakman Oakwood Ochlocknee
Ocilla Oconee Odum
Offerman Oglethorpe Oliver
Omaha Omega Orchard Hill
Oxford Palmetto Parrott
Patterson Pavo Peach Orchard
Peachtree City Peachtree Corners Pearson
Pelham Pembroke Pendergrass
Pensacola Perkins Perry
Pine Lake Pine Mountain Pine Mountain Valley
Pinehurst Pineview Pitts
Plains Plainville Pooler
Port Wentworth Portal Porterdale
Poulan Powder Springs Power Springs
Prairie Village Preston Putney
Quitman Rabun Gap Ranger
Ray City Rayle Rebecca
Red Oak Red Springs Redan
Register Reidsville Rentz
Resaca Rex Reynolds
Rhine Riceboro Richland
Richmond Hill Rincon Ringgold
Rising Fawn Riverdale Roberta
Robins Air Force Base Rochelle Rochester
Rock Spring Rockledge Rockmart
Rocky Face Rocky Ford Rogers
Rome Rome W Roopville
Rossville Roswell Royston
Rutledge Rydal Saint George
Saint Marys Saint Simons Saint Simons Island
Sale City Sandersville Sandy Spgs
Sandy Spring Sandy Springs Sanford
Sardis Sargent Sasser
Sautee Sautee Nacoochee Savannah
Scotland Scottdale Scottsdale
Screven Sea Island Seattle
Senoia Shady Dale Shannon
Sharpsburg Shellman Shiloh
Silver Creek Simons Island Smarr
Smithville Smyrna Snellville
Snellville, Social Circle Soperton
Southern Pines Sparks Sparta
Springfield St Marys St Simons Island
St. Mary's St. Marys St. Simons
ST. SIMONS ISLAND Stapleton Statenville
Statesboro Statham Stephens
Stillmore Stillwell Stock Birdge
Stockbridge Stockbrigde Stockton
Stone Mountain Stone Mtn Suches
Sugar Hill Sugar Valley Sugarhill
Summerville Sumner Sunny Side
Surrency Suwanee Swainsboro
Swanee Sycamore Sylvania
Sylvester Talbotton Talking Rock
Tallahassee Tallapoosa Tallulah Falls
Talmo Tarrytown Tate
Taylorsville Temple Tennga
Tennille The Rock Thomaston
Thomasville Thomasville, Thomson
Thunderbolt Tifton Tiger
Tignall Toccoa Toccoa Falls
Toomsboro Topanga Townsend
Trenton Trion Tucker
Tunnel Hill Turin Turnerville
Twin City Ty Ty Tybee Island
Tyrone Unadilla Union City
Union Point Upatoi Uvalda
Valdosta Varnell Vidalia
Vienna Villa Rica W. Marietta
Waco Wadley Waleska
Walthourville Waresboro Warm Springs
Warner Robbins Warner Robins Warner-Robins
Warnew Robins Warrenton Warthen
Warwick Washington Watkinsville
Waverly Waverly Hall Waycross
Waynesboro Waynesville West Green
West Point Whigham White
White Oak White Plains Whitesburg
Widner Wildwood Wiley
Willacoochee Williamson Wilmington
Winder Winston Winterville
Woodbine Woodbury Woodland
Woodstock Woodstoclk Woodville
Wray Wrens Wrightsville
Yatesville Young Harris Zebulon
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: Georgia


Basic History

Georgia’s early settlers included English, Welsh, Scots Highlanders, Germans, Italians, and Swiss. Georgia flourished as a royal colony. After American independence had been won, Georgia was the first Southern state to ratify the Constitution in 1788. In 1861, Georgia seceded from the Union, but was readmitted in 1870.

Environmental History

The state lists 58 protected plants, of which 23 are endangered. They include rattleweed, smooth coneflower, two species of quillwort, pondberry, harperella, fringed campion, and two species of trillium. Prominent among Georgia fauna is the Virginia deer, black bear, musk rat, mink, common cottontail, species of squirrel. The mocking bird, brown thrasher, sparrows, white ibis, bobwhite quail are the most popular among birds. Forty three animal species are considered endangered or threatened by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Among these are the bald eagle, eastern indigo snake, five species of turtle, wood stork, three species of whale, red-cockaded woodpecker, and shortnose sturgeon.

Green Initiatives

Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority, Green Foodservice Alliance, Georgia College Sustainability Council, Georgia Ports Authority, etc, are offering ways to help Go Green as part of the green initiative. Businesses looking to offset their carbon footprint based on their natural gas consumption are encouraged to purchase carbon offsets. The state funds projects like planting trees, landfill methane recovery and renewable-energy projects. Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority aim at helping individuals, businesses, and organizations reduce energy use with no-cost, low-cost, and longer-term options. Governor’s Energy Challenge is a unique initiative to help Georgians conserve energy. Keeping Forests in Forests (KFIF) is an environmentally-friendly program that allows to offset carbon footprint by using Georgia’s forests to capture and store atmospheric carbon. Funds are granted to preserve, protect and manage Georgia’s forests. The Green Foodservice Alliance’s mission is to create and implement sustainable best practices in the foodservice industry. The Sustainability Council at Georgia College is responsible for identifying and promoting actions and initiatives that will enhance sustainability on campus. Their major program is the Green Initiative, an ongoing effort to incorporate the principles of sustainability and environmental planning into short and long term activities, and to share knowledge with the surrounding community to help make the world more ecologically responsible. As an instrumentality of the State, the Georgia Ports Authority is committed to conducting port operations in an environmentally sensitive and responsible manner to the extent feasible, practicable and consistent with its overall mission and goals.
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