Tattnall County provides the ideal environment for businesses to start and grow. Here in our corner of south Georgia, home is defined by the small town values and quality of life that have shaped our community for generations. We are proud of our hard work ethic and spirit of self-reliance, as well as our commitment to community and to serving one another.
We are a county committed to working in partnership with our businesses to ensure that they are free from barriers and that they have the resources they need to thrive and grow. Our motivated work force, fast-track permitting, attractive tax rate, network of major highways and proximity to a major port in Savannah make us a great place for you to build and grow your business.
Tattnall County and the state of Georgia are aligned in supporting a strong business climate which aides new and existing industry by offering a variety of business and tax incentives. Our pro-business environment creates a customer-centric tax and permitting environment and provides easy access to decision makers.
Although agriculture plays a major role in our local economy, manufacturing, wholesale and retail positions account for the majority of the jobs filled by the local workforce.
Tattnall County has the natural resources, real estate, tax incentives, easy access to major highways and interstates and qualified workforce to allow you to compete globally while enjoying the benefits of a quiet, rural lifestyle.
We enjoy an exceptional quality of life thanks to a combination of affordable housing, first-rate educational opportunities, a qualified workforce and advanced medical facilities, all in an area rich in recreational activities.
The current estimated population is 24,600 and the Georgia Department of Labor estimates our labor force to be 9,513 people. Tattnall County covers 466 square miles and is the 73rd largest county in the state by population. Tattnall County is served by the Heart of Georgia Altamaha Regional Commission with offices in Eastman and Baxley.