Welcome to Newnan!


The city of Newnan is located in Coweta County and is approximately 40 miles southwest of Atlanta. The population is estimated at 41,581 as of 2000, and has seen a growth rate of 103.4% over the past decade.  There are six historic districts associated with Newnan - Cole Town, Platinum Point, Greenville-LaGrange, College-Temple, Cotton Mill and Mill Village, Downtown Business. Newan's accolades are Certified City of Ethics, Tree City USA, City of Excellence and Distinguished Budget Awards and the City of Homes.

In the early 1800’s, the western part of Georgia was still Indian territory. The Creek Indians, named by the Scotch-Irish settlers because of the area’s numerous small creeks, inhabited the area from the Ocmulgee River to the Chattahoochee River and were led by a chief named General William McIntosh.During the 1820’s, the Creeks ceded their land to the State of Georgia and five counties, including Coweta, were formed. Coweta County, named for the Cowetas or Lower Creek Indians, was officially created by Legislative Acts of June 9, 1825 and December 11, 1836.

Newnan is named for North Carolina Native, General Daniel Newnan, who was a soldier and later became Georgia Secretary of State and a United States Congressman.Notable redevelopment projects from Placemaking include, Public art, Green spaces, Walkability, Alleyway revitalization, Planting & gardens, and Related communication & outreach.

Looking to purchase a home in Newnan, use the Home Search section located on my Home Page.  You can also call me at 678-369-3884 for additonal home services.

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