We are home to more than 30,000 residents that enjoy a family-friendly environment with the benefits of a major city nearby. Our community offers excellent schools, a variety of cultural activities, great civic amenities, and a local community that welcomes everyone.
"Freedom Island" is Douglasville's commemoration of September 11th.
Douglasville is home to Dorothy (Dot) Padgett - author of "Jimmy Carter: Elected President with Pocket Change and Peanuts."
Douglasville is home to the largest Shopping Mall in West Georgia.
Douglasville is home to a State Park - Sweetwater Creek State Park.
Douglasville is home to two Olympians - Elana Meyers Taylor, Bobsled Bronze Medalist in Vancouver (2010), Silver Medalist in Sochi (2014) and Kristi Castlin Track and Field, Bronze Medalist in Rio (2016).
Douglasville was founded in 1875.
Douglasville was originally known as "Skint Chestnut."
Douglasville's motto is, "New Growth, Old Charm, Always Home."
Downtown Douglasville is a nationally designated Main Street city and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
One of Google's data centers calls Douglasville home.