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Many of the 49 MEAG Power Participant communities have fully integrated public utilities, offering not only reliable, affordable, low-emissions electricity but also natural gas, water and sewer services, and fiber optic or digital communications connections. Moreover, these MEAG Power communities have: educated, skilled labor; excellent logistics; advantageous development zones; leading-edge industrial parks; and vibrant live, work, play amenities, with dynamic downtowns and myriad community enhancements for an improved quality of life.

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  • Acworth
  • Adel
  • Albany
  • Barnesville
  • Blakely
  • Brinson
  • Buford
  • Cairo
  • Calhoun
  • Camilla
  • Cartersville
  • College Park
  • Commerce
  • Covington
  • Crisp County
  • Doerun
  • Douglas
  • East Point
  • Elberton
  • Ellaville
  • Fairburn
  • Fitzgerald
  • Forsyth
  • Fort Valley
  • Grantville
  • Griffin
  • Hogansville
  • Jackson
  • LaFayette
  • LaGrange
  • Lawrenceville
  • Mansfield
  • Marietta
  • Monroe
  • Monticello
  • Moultrie
  • Newnan
  • Norcross
  • Oxford
  • Palmetto
  • Quitman
  • Sandersville
  • Sylvania
  • Sylvester
  • Thomaston
  • Thomasville
  • Washington
  • West Point
  • Whigham


Named the lake city, Acworth is a thriving community with plenty of history, pride and fun.

4415 Senator Russell Avenue
Acworth, GA 30101

(770) 974-3112 (p)
(770) 917-0590 (f)

Mayor Thomas Allegood

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Home to the South Georgia Motorsports Park, Adel has great recreational opportunities and great ideas about how to keep growing.

112 N. Parrish Avenue
Adel, GA 31620

(229) 896-4504 (p)
(229) 896-4016 (f)

Mayor Buddy Duke

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Albany, the City of Excellence, is busy building a great tomorrow around its premier natural resource, the beautiful Flint River.

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222 Pine Avenue
Albany, GA 31701

(229) 431-3244 (p)
(229) 878-3198 (f)

Mayor Bo Dorough

Albany Utility Board

P. O. Box 1788
Albany, GA 31702-1788

(229) 883-8330 x 203 (p)
(229) 434-1813 (f)

Assistant City Manager-Utilities Administration Steven Carter

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From buggy days to a popular blues festival, Barnesville is an inviting city in the heart of Georgia.

109 Forsyth Street
Barnesville, GA 30204

(770) 358-0181 (p)
(770) 358-0208 (f)

Mayor Peter L. Banks

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Nicknamed the peanut capital of the world, Blakely has a host of attractions for its citizens and visitors.

82 Court Square
Blakely, GA 39823

(229) 723-3677 (p)
(229) 723-2520 (f)

Mayor Travis Wimbush

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Brinson is one of the state’s oldest cities with a rich history dating back to the early 1800s.

179 Clifton Street
Brinson, GA 39825

(229) 248-1752 (p)
(229) 248-1758 (f)

Mayor James Earp

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Buford is ideally located along the southern shores of Lake Lanier and offers families and businesses a great quality of life.

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2300 Buford Highway
Buford, GA 30518

(770) 945-6761 (p)
(770) 932-7976 (f)

Commission Chairman Phillip Beard

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Cairo is Georgia’s hospitality city, the birthplace of famed Jackie Robinson and a community on the move.

119 North Broad Street
Cairo, GA 39828

(229) 377-1722 (p)
(229) 378-3004 (f)

Mayor Booker T Gainor

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Nestled in the Land of the Cherokee, Calhoun is a national main street city with a great small town atmosphere.

226 South Wall Street
P.O. Box 248
Calhoun, GA 30703

(706) 629-0151 (p)
(706) 625-0439 (f)

Mayor Jimmy Palmer

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All aboard. Camilla boasts an interesting railroad history as well as a busy calendar of community events.

30 E. Broad Street
Camilla, GA 31730

(229) 336-2220 (p)
(229) 336-2224 (f)

Mayor Kelvin Owens

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Cartersville Is home to the impressive Booth Western Museum as well as the intriguing Etowah Indian Mounds.

10 N. Public Square
Cartersville, GA 30120

(770) 387-5616 (p)
(770) 386-5841

Mayor Matt Santini

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College Park

Home to the Georgia International Convention Center, College Park is enjoying exceptional growth.

3667 Main Street
College Park, GA 30337

(404) 767-1537 (p)
(404) 669-3799 (f)

Mayor Bianca Motley Broom

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A city on the right track Commerce cherishes the past while building for the future.

27 Sycamore Street
Commerce, GA 30529

(706) 335-3164 (p)
(706) 335-6879 (f)

Mayor Clark Hill

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Covington known as the Hollywood of the South, Covington’s historic and scenic locations have hosted many a film crew.

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2194 Emory Street, NW
Covington, GA 30014

(770) 385-2000 (p)
(770) 385-2060 (f)

Mayor Steve Horton

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Crisp County

Crisp County was one of only eight communities in the nation to be designated a federal rural empowerment zone.

202 South 7th Street
Cordele, GA 31015

(229) 273-3811 (p)
(229) 273-3824 (f)

John Pridgen, Commission Chair
Crisp County Power Commission

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One of South Georgia’s historic communities, Doerun has preserved its neighborly, small town heritage.

223 W. Broad Avenue
Doerun, GA 31744

(229) 782-5444 (p)
(229) 782-5224 (f)

Mayor Mike Campbell

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The bustling downtown and thriving economy of Douglas make it a desirable place for both businesses and families.

224 East Bryan Street
Douglas, GA 31533

(912) 389-3401 (p)
(912) 384-6730 (f)

Mayor Tony Paulk

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East Point

Residents call East Point the crown jewel of Atlanta’s metro area and stress its safe, economical living and work environment.

2777 East Point Street
East Point, GA 30344-5906

(404)-270-7100 (p)
(404-209-5100 (f)

Mayor Deana Holiday Ingraham

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Designated the granite city, Elberton is a prosperous growing community in northeast Georgia.

203 Elbert Street
Elberton, GA 30635

(706) 213-3100 (p)
(706) 213-3125 (f)

Mayor R. Daniel Graves

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Named among the Best Places to Live in Rural America, Ellaville boasts beautiful countryside and a charming downtown.

55 Wilson Street
Ellaville, GA 31806

(229) 937-2207 (p)
(229) 937-5569 (f)

Mayor Leah Clark

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Fairburn is a vibrant community whose downtown is on the National Registry of Historic Places.

56 Malone Street
Fairburn, GA 30213

(770) 964-2244 (p)
(770) 964-3484

Mayor Mario Avery

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The City of Harmony, Fitzgerald is home to the famous Blue & Grey Museum as well as the historic Grand Theatre.

302 East Central Avenue
Fitzgerald, GA 31750

(229) 426-5060 (p)
(229) 426-5066 (f)

Mayor Jason Holt

Fitzgerald Utilities
103 West Central Avenue
Fitzgerald, GA 31750

(229) 426-5400 (p)
(229) 426-5422 (f)
Commission Chairman Terrence Paulk

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Forsyth is a city that preserves its heritage, cherishes tradition and promotes a vibrant economy.

26 N. Jackson Street
Forsyth, GA 31029

(478) 994-5649 (p)
(478) 993-1002 (f)

Mayor Eric Wilson

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Fort Valley

A quiet yet energetic city, Fort Valley was chosen as one of Georgia’s cities of excellence.

204 West Church Street
Fort Valley, GA 31030

(478) 825-8567 (p)
(478) 825-3654 (f)

Mayor Jeffrey Lundy

Fort Valley Utility Commission

500 Anthoine Street
Fort Valley, GA 31030

(478) 825-7701 (p)
(478) 825-7704 (f)

Commission Chairman Dollie Horton

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Grantville is the perfect place for those who love small town living with easy access to big-city Atlanta attractions.

123 LaGrange Street
Grantville, GA 30220

(770) 583-2289 (p)
(770) 583-2280 (f)

Mayor Doug Jewell

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The Iris city, Griffin expertly blends old town charm with big city convenience.

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100 South Hill Street
Griffin, GA 30223

(770) 229-6103 (p)
(678) 692-0403 (f)

Mayor Douglas Hollberg

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West Georgia’s sweet spot, Hogansville is the right town in the right place for an exciting future.

400 East Main Street
Hogansville, GA 30230

(706) 637-8629 (p)
(706) 637-4813 (f)

Mayor Jake Ayers

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Jackson is a progressive and diverse city rich in history and culture whose lush tree landscape make it a great green community.

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134 S. Oak Street
Jackson, GA 30233

(770) 775-7535 (p)
(770) 775-8051 (f)

Mayor Carlos Duffey

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The Queen City of the Highlands, LaFayette is one of the North Georgia’s most scenic communities.

207 S. Duke Street
LaFayette, GA 30728

(706) 639-1500 (p)
(706) 638-8730 (f)

Mayor Andy Arnold

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A city with great resources, LaGrange is a fast growing, technically-sophisticated community that still has plenty of charm.

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200 Ridley Avenue
LaGrange, GA 30240

(706) 883-2000 (p)
(706) 883-2020 (f)

Mayor Jim Thornton

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The Crepe Myrtle City, Lawrenceville has big city energy and small town appeal.

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70 S. Clayton Street
Lawrenceville, GA 30046

(770) 963-2414 (p)
(770) 963-9329 (f)

Mayor David Still

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Mansfield epitomizes small town living with its ample green space and dedication to a cherished unhurried lifestyle.

3146 Highway 11
Mansfield, GA 30055

(770) 786-7235 (p)
(770) 786-1946 (f)

Mayor GW Davis Jr

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Marietta is one of Georgia’s most populous cities and a community intent on moving forward.

205 Lawrence Street, NE
Marietta, GA 30061

(770) 794-5530 (p)
(770) 794-5505 (f)

Mayor Steve Tumlin

Marietta Board of Lights & Water

675 N. Marietta Parkway
Marietta, GA 30060

(770) 794-5100 (p)
(770) 794-5195 (f)

Board Chairman
Steve Tumlin
General Manager Ron Mull

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Nestled in the Alcovy river basin, Monroe offers a small town atmosphere, engaging cultural life, and high tech capabilities.

215 North Broad Street
Monroe, GA 30655

(770) 266-5114 (p)
(770) 267-3698 (f)

Mayor John Howard

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From stately homes to dogwood-lined streets to beautiful countryside, Monticello says, “preserving our past is our future.”

123 W. Washington Street
Monticello, GA 31064

(706) 468-8834 (p)
(706) 468-1041 (f)

Mayor Gail Harrell

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Located in South Georgia, Moultrie is the city of southern living and a city of excellence.

21 1st Avenue, NE
Moultrie, GA 31768

(229) 668-0022(p)
(229) 668-0351(f)

Mayor William M. McIntosh

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One of the fastest growing cities in Georgia, Newnan has it all while still keeping its historic downtown and small town charm.

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25 LaGrange Street
Newnan, GA 30263

(770) 253-2682 (p)
(770) 254-2353 (f)

Mayor Keith Brady

Newnan Utilities

70 Sewell Road
Newnan, GA 30263

(770) 683-5516 (p)
(770) 683-0292 (f)

Commission Chairman Bobby Lee

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Quaint, progressive, “a place to imagine”—that’s why Norcross is attracting new businesses and residents every day.

65 Lawrenceville Street
Norcross, GA 30071

(678) 421-2065 (p)
(770) 242-0824 (f)

Mayor Craig Newton

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Home to Oxford College, a branch of Emory University, Oxford is a close knit community steeped in history and culture.

110 W. Clark Street
Oxford, GA 30054

(770) 786-7004 (p)
(770) 786-2211 (f)

Mayor David Eady

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Palmetto boasts a friendly environment to live, learn and enjoy as the city focuses on creating a vibrant future.

509 Toombs Street
Palmetto, GA 30268

(770) 463-3377 (p)
(770) 463-2890 (f)

Mayor J. Clark Boddie

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A city of multiplicity, Quitman has services, manufacturing and agriculture that provide a solid base for growth.

100 W. Screven Street
Quitman, GA 31643

(229) 263-4166 (p)
(229) 263-8693 (f)

Mayor Zinda McDaniel

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Historic treasures and beautiful scenery make Sandersville a wonderful place to visit or call home.

141 W. Haynes Street
Sandersville, GA 31082

(478) 552-2525 (p)
(478) 552-6006 (f)

Mayor James W. Andrews

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The azalea and dogwood city, Sylvania provides quality services with pride and professionalism.

104 S. Main Street
Sylvania, GA 30467

(912) 564-7411 (p)
(912) 564-2121 (f)

Mayor Preston Dees

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Sylvester continues to modernize, grown and make progressive changes while still keeping its historic roots.

102 S. Main Street
Sylvester, GA 31791

(229) 776-8505 (p)
(229) 776-8519 (f)

Mayor Harold Proctor, Jr.

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Thomaston America’s Hometown, has twice been named among the 100 Best Places to Live.

106 E. Lee Street
Thomaston, GA 30286

(706) 647-4242 (p)
(706) 646-2653 (f)

Mayor John David Stallings

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Amenity-rich Thomasville has long been one of the state’s communities with abundance of southern gentility.

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111 Victoria Place
Thomasville, GA 31792

(229) 227-7000 (p)
(229) 227-3318(f)

Mayor Greg Hobbs

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Washington is an elegant, graceful town that preserves history and welcomes progress.

102 E. Liberty Street
Washington, GA 30673

(706) 678-3277 (p)
(706) 678-3752 (f)

Mayor Bill deGolian

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West Point

Located on the banks of the Chattahoochee River, West Point blends the relaxed ways of yesterday with the progressive ways of today.

730 1st Avenue
West Point, GA 31833

(706) 645-2226 (p)
(706) 643-8150 (f)

Mayor Steve Tramell

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Famous for its annual Rattlesnake Roundup, Whigham is located in Southwest Georgia.

108 W. Broad Avenue
Whigham, GA 39897

(229) 762-4215 (p)
(229) 762-3358 (f)

Mayor George Trulock

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