The Coweta County Development Authority is the primary point of contact for economic development activities in Coweta County.
The Coweta County Development Authority was created in 1966 through a local amendment to the Georgia Constitution. The Development Authority consists of a five-member volunteer board, appointed by the Coweta County Commission. In addition, a seven-member board, the Development Authority of Coweta County, was established by legislation in 1973. These two boards work together to support and enhance economic development in Coweta County.
Working with local, regional, state and national partners, the Development Authority works to encourage and promote economic development activity in the county, whether through the location of a new company or through the expansion of an existing facility.
Business and industrial clients receive assistance in many areas of the development process, including:
· Developed industrial sites
· Available industrial buildings
· Low-cost bond financing
· Ad Valorem tax liability
· Permitting & approval
· Temporary office space
· State and local incentives
The Development Authority meets monthly, generally on the first Thursday of each month at 9:00 a.m. at the Authority office. The public is welcome to attend Development Authority meetings.
The Coweta County Development Authority and The Development Authority of Coweta County Staff and Board Members:
100 International Park
McKoon Funeral Home
United Bank (retired)
Jerry Ann Conner
Glover & Davis