All household garbage should be placed in city owned containers and placed on the curb by 7am on your scheduled day for collection by garbage crews once per week. All containers should be removed from the curb by 7am the next day after collection.
Finding the right home is more than just square footage and the number of bedrooms; it’s about the place that you and your family actually want to live. And in LaGrange, that life includes playing on West Point Lake and enjoying classic spicy relish dogs with your neighbors at Charlie Joseph’s.
LaGrange is an enterprise city, which means utilities like power and water come directly from the city. So, calling your neighbor who cares is a lot nicer than being put on hold with someone thousands of miles away.
LaGrange is a growing progressive city just south of the busiest airport in the world, Atlanta’s Hartsfield International. Site Selection magazine ranked LaGrange the #1 Micropolitan area in Georgia, and tied for 16th in the country. It’s a place where business gets done.
Great Wolf Resorts, Inc., North America’s largest family of indoor waterpark resorts, celebrated the grand opening of its highly anticipated Great Wolf Lodge Georgia. Located in the City of LaGrange, the resort is the 16th Great Wolf Lodge in North America and the only one in Georgia,
The final design of the proposed downtown LaGrange Skate Plaza is completed. The City of LaGrange plans to build a public plaza-style skate park at the south end of downtown, on a portion of city-owned property near the Bull and Main Street intersection, read more.
On August 29th, the Calumet Village Neighborhood Association alongside the Georgia Conservancy presented Calumet Re-envisioned, a neighborhood plan providing recommendations on how to continue revitalizing Calumet Village, view plan & read more.
On Jan. 21, the City of LaGrange received a 2018 Live, Work, Play City Award presented by the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA), in conjunction with Georgia Trend magazine, during GMA’s annual Mayors’ Day conference in Atlanta, read more.
Troup County is home to 24 international businesses, including companies representing Canada, Denmark, Germany, India, Japan, Netherlands, South Korea, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Our approach to economic development is uncharacteristically efficient and direct. And once the companies are here, their employees and families enjoy the good life. Our cost of living is low, our quality of life is high.
The City of LaGrange has many things to offer a variety of people. There's something for the tourist wanting to explore the history of LaGrange to the young couple wanting to settle down and raise their family. There's a lot of exciting things happening in the city.