Area Information

 
Created in 1818, Hall County is located in North Georgia on the urban fringe of the metro Atlanta area.  The community has been steadily transforming itself from what was once largely an agricultural community to a more urban area.  The U.S. government began recognizing Gainesville-Hall County as its own metropolitan statistical area in 2003. In addition to Gainesville, the county seat, Hall County houses 5 other incorporated cities – Clermont, Flowery Branch, Gillsville, Lula, and Oakwood.   Interstate 985 directly links to Hall County, providing convenient access to Interstate 85.  From 85 visitors and residents in the area can easily access South Carolina and Atlanta.  Interstate 985 changes into state route 365, a route that provides scenic access to the Georgia mountains. Two major bodies of water – the Chattahoochee River and Lake Lanier – are accessible from Hall County.

 

Population
Hall County 164,121 (2004 Estimate)
Gainesville 28,982 (2004 Estimate)
Growth Rate 45.9% (1990 - 2000)
Vital Statistics
Median Household Income $48,250 (2004)
Per Capita Income $20,595 (2003)
Average Household $60,762 (2004)
Median Effective Buying Income $48,959
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