Urban planners call this “livability.” Longtime residents just call it “home.”
Welcome To Grady County
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The total regional population for Grady County Georgia is 25,359.
Every day people discover Cairo and Grady County in the heart of southwest Georgia.
Cairo, conveniently situated on the Georgia-Florida state line, was incorporated in 1870 and has a rich history of explorers, pioneers, and settlers who have made the area home for hundreds of years.
The Red Hills region’s farmland and timber provide a scenic backdrop for a quaint small town, outstanding quality of life, friendly neighbors and community spirit.
Whether you are a business owner, prospective resident, new employee or first-time visitor, we know you will love the Cairo and Grady County area.
- A wide range of affordable housing
- Excellent schools, a technical college
- Modern hospital and medical facilities
- Public & private employment opportunities
- Diverse religious offerings
- Parks and recreation programs
- Public library, Museum & History Center
- Downtown shopping
Our Quality Of Life
Known as “The Hospitality City.”
Grady County and is located 30 miles north of Tallahassee, Florida. Our area offers the best of two worlds: Our citizens are within traveling distance to the amenities of a college town and capital city as well as the surrounding national forests, wildlife refuges, and gulf coast beaches.
Things To Do In Grady County
- Lake Seminole (~45 minutes)
- Gulf of Mexico & Beaches (~60 minutes)
- Golf (Cairo Country Club & Valley Pines Golf Club)
- Hunting & Fishing
- Hiking, Paddling, Biking
- Birdsong Nature Center
- Trout Lilies Bloom – February
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