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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
Chattanooga 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, 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
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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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