The official website of the Upson County Government.
On behalf of the Board of Commissioners and staff, we welcome you to
Thank You for visiting.
The Upson County Citizen Alert Notification System
will Go-Live at 8:00am on Friday March 1, 2013. Read below for
details about the system and how you can sign up to receive
What is the Citizen Alert Notification System and how do I sign up?
The Upson County Board of Commissioners would like to introduce to
its citizens a new "Citizen Alert Notification System
This system is designed to contact all citizens in the event of an
emergency (severe weather, etc.) or certain non-emergency situations
such as road closures, utility outages, etc.. The success of
this program relies on YOU. Please sign up (opt-in) and provide
current contact information in order that you may receive alert
notifications by the method you choose. All citizens that have
a land line telephone will receive Emergency alerts automatically
without having to sign up but you must
you want to receive any non-emergency notifications or add/change
the method in which you are contacted (cell phone, text message,
email, etc.). Your information will be kept strictly confidential
and there is absolutely no cost to you to sign up or to receive
notifications. Click HERE
for more information and to begin
the sign up process.
Facts About Property Taxes
Learn more about the roles and responsibilities of county government
and how these services are funded. The Association of County
Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG) has developed a website to educate
citizens. The site can be accessed at
. In addtion to the
website you can also
to view an educational video.
Committed to Industry
Upson County has a Speculative Building
ready to be customized to your industry needs.
Upson County has always been known for
Prior to the War Between the States, Upson County was known for its
schools and railroad. After the war, Upson County rebuilt as a
center for agriculture and textiles. The area continues to flourish
in manufacturing. Upson County lies approximately 60 miles
south of Atlanta, 45 miles west of Macon and 50 miles east of
Columbus. Please visit the
Thomaston-Upson Industrial Development