Welcome to the website of the City of Jackson, Georgia! Located in historic Butts County just 40 miles south of Atlanta, Jackson is a progressive and diverse city, rich in history and culture. Historic homes, big city amenities and small town charms abound as you drive through our downtown area. Stop for coffee on the Jackson square, take your pick from many different restaurants around town, shop in family owned stores or just enjoy the scenery-Jackson has something for everyone. /DocumentCenter/View/32
he 2013 Jackson Farmers Market will be on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of June, July and August from 8AM to 12 Noon in the City Hall Parking lot. There is no charge to be a vendor but you must fill out a vendor registration form. For more information please consult the links below or call 770-775-7535.
2013 Jackson Farmers Market
2013 Jackson Farmers Market Vendor Application
2013 Jackson Farmers Market Rules and Regulations
Deadline for Jackson Memorial Park Plaque Purchase
In order for a plaque to be included in the 2013 dedication ceremony, it must be purchased by October 1, 2013. Plaques may be purchased at City Hall, 134 S Oak Street in Jackson and cost $175. Anyone who is serving or has served honorably in the US Armed Forces and has ties to Butts County are eligible to purchase a plaque. For more information, please contact City Hall at 770-775-7535
Click the link below and download the order form. Mail completed form and a check for $175 to:
Jackson Veterans Memorial Park
PO Box 838
Jackson, GA 30233
Download Plaque Order Form
City Hall has Moved
City Hall has moved to their new facility located at 134 S. Oak Street. The police department is located at 135 S. Mulberry Street.
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Welcome to the website of the City of Jackson, Georgia! Located in historic Butts County just 40 miles south of Atlanta, Jackson is a progressive and diverse city, rich in history and culture.
The History of the City of Jackson The Mayor and Council of the City of Jackson commissioned Marshall Avett, former Publisher of the Jackson Progress Argus, to compile a history of the City of Jackson.