The Top 25 Hard-to-Count Areas in Georgia

June 18, 2019

Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget (OPB)

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T he Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget has compiled a list of the top 25 hard-to-count areas in Georgia. Local officials and staff can use this publication to plan outreach and marketing activities for the 2020 Census.

The list features maps, demographic data, and information on community leaders (including notable individuals and state legislators) for the following areas:
  1. Military Installations
  2. College Towns
  3. River Valley Regional Commission Service Area
  4. Rural Central Georgia
  5. “Old” City of Macon
  6. Rural South-Central Georgia
  7. Downtown Columbus
  8. Downtown Valdosta
  9. Rural Southeast Georgia
  10. Darrien-McIntosh County
  11. Hurricane Affected Areas
  12. Rural East Georgia
  13. Downtown Savannah
  14. Downtown Augusta
  15. Downtown East Athens
  16. Downtown Atlanta
  17. I-75 Corridor in Southwest Cobb
  18. Southeast Dekalb
  19. Stone Mountain Freeway Corridor (Stone Mountain to Clarkston)
  20. Southside Atlanta
  21. North Fulton
  22. I-985 Corridor (Gainesville to Oakwood)
  23. I-85 Corridor (75/85 Split to Pleasant Hill Road)
  24. SR 316 (From I-85 to Dacula)
  25. North Metro Area with Greatest Diversity of Languages Spoken

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