• Welcome to Pike County


    Welcome to Our Home

    Build here, Work here, Live here…


    Just an hour’s drive from Atlanta, Macon or Columbus lies peaceful Pike County where there is a simple, rural and relaxing lifestyle waiting to be discovered. Comprised of the cities of Zebulon, Concord, Meansville, Molena & Williamson, the county boasts an excellent school system and an active recreation department. With a number of business/industrial parks and sites, as well as a desire for quality economic development, Pike County is an ideal place for commerce. Building strong working relationships with local, county, and state government officials, agencies and departments the Pike County Chamber of Commerce is ready to assist existing and potential business with their location and expansion plans.


    Historically, the county has been an active agribusiness community. Today 96 percent of the farms are privately owned; typically these farms are considered large, averaging 134 acres. Pike County values these beautiful, rolling hills and intends to plan for growth that will protect their heritage. In addition, Pike County is home to a number of businesses and industries as well as unique retail shopping on the square.


    The county also features unique historic buildings, including the courthouse on the square in Zebulon, the old train depot, the Whiskey Bonding Barn, the circa 1900 jail in Molena and the Strickland Building in Concord to name a few.


    The Meriwether-Pike County Scenic Byway celebrates the unique legacy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt in west-central Georgia. During the 1920’s, 30’s, and ‘50’s, FDR came to Warm Springs in hoped the therapeutic warm springs would help improve the condition in his legs, damaged by polio. This highway, a 55 mile route from Meriwether to Pike County, is intended to provide an alternate route through the more beautiful areas of the state. This allows travelers to get off of the interstate and enjoy the rural atmosphere and hospitality that is definitive of this region of Georgia.


    We invite you to enjoy the music in the area. On Saturdays, the Hollonville Opry House boasts a mix of country, bluegrass and gospel music. The Williamson Music Barn also offers music nights of bluegrass, gospel and country music on Friday nights.


    We are also a popular destination for filmmakers who have come to Pike County to shoot the likes of “Murder in Coweta County”, “Cold Sassy Tree”, “Tank”, the classic “Fried Green Tomatoes”, and most recently the movie “Lawless”.


    Come and enjoy Pike County…peace and quiet just a short drive away.


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  • New Members

    Kacie Edwards, Chair

    Jessica Dix, 1st Vice Chair

    Laurie Holmes, 2nd Vice Chair

    Ricky Shepherd, Past Chair

    Bobby Bickley, Treasurer

    Jeneen Andrews, Director

    Heather McLendon, Director

    Derek Mills, Director

    Kathryn Green, Director

    Michael Powell, Director