Cherokee County

Cherokee County, Georgia

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Dubbed the place “Where Metro Meets the Mountains,” Cherokee County benefits from its status as a region that’s business savvy, environmentally alluring and undergoing tremendous growth.

Major Employers:

  • Georgia Northeastern Railroad
  • Inalfa Roof Systems
  • Pilgrim’s Pride
  • Adidas
  • Yanmar Amer

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As the county seat of Cherokee County, Canton was once famous for its “Canton Denim,” which was produced at the nearby Canton Cotton Mills. Now, Canton has a revitalized downtown with a museum, arts center, heritage center and theater.

Ball Ground

A growing community that is home to more than 1,500 residents, Ball Ground is a beautiful city in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains that's home to quaint shops, eateries and a mix of residential options.

Holly Springs

Located in the heart of Cherokee County, Holly Springs was incorporated in 1906 and quickly began building up around a busy train depot established by the L&N Railroad. The depot was restored in the late 1990s and now serves as the Holly Springs Community Center.


Incorporated in 1889 and home to Reinhardt University, which offers 43 different degree programs, Waleska is a small community of fewer than 1,000 residents and the area is still alive with industry, including the lumber business, as well as agriculture.


With a busy event calendar and vibrant downtown, it’s easy to see why Woodstock has been so prosperous in recent years. An assortment of retail shops, residential properties, a new outlet mall and restaurants set Woodstock apart from other communities in metro Atlanta.

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