One of the most rapidly growing communities in middle Georgia, Houston County (pronounced “Howston”) has a population of more than 153,000, covers nearly 400 square miles and has three incorporated cities: Centerville, Perry and Warner Robins.
Residents enjoy direct access to Interstate 75, and Interstate 16 is less than 20 miles to the east. The county has a general aviation airport and Atlanta’s international airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, is easily accessed 100 miles to the north.
Houston County is home to nationally acclaimed public and private school systems as well as several colleges and universities. The county’s public school system has been recognized by both the Georgia Schools of Excellence and National Schools of Excellence programs.
Comprehensive health care is readily accessible to residents at local facilities that offer the latest in medical technology. Outdoor recreational opportunities abound, and mountains and seacoasts are a quick road trip away.
Last but not least, you’ll find ample Southern hospitality and charm in Houston County to welcome you to your new community.