230 North McIntosh Street
Elberton, GA 30635
A part of Georgia’s modern integrated electrical transmission system, the City of Elberton has excellent ability to supply industrial demands. Compared to 47% for the U.S., coal accounts for 84% of fuel used by the state’s power generating plants. This assures long-term continuity.
The latest incentive from the City of Elberton is a fiber optic broadband telecommunications system under the name ElbertonNET. It enables the City to offer video and data capabilities to businesses of all sizes. Over 30 miles of fiber currently make High Speed Internet and Cable TV available throughout the entire City limits and beyond in some directions, including the Elberton Industrial Park.
ElbertonNET is a part of the Georgia Public Web, connected to its 3,000 mile self-healing SONET fiber system. In addition to high speed internet, several business products are available, such as Point-to-Point private line connections and a 24 hour a day, seven day a week, Network Operations Center. For more information on Georgia Public Web, please go to the GeorgiaPublicWeb site.
Supplied by the City and available in industrial quantities on both a firm and a temperature sensitive basis.
- Plant capacity: 3,100,000 gal/day
- Consumption: 1,600,000 gal/day maximum
- Storage capacity: 1,250,000 gal. elevated, 500,000 gal. elevated under construction; 600,000 gallons ground storage.
Source: Beaverdam Creek and Lake Russell. Daily permitted withdrawal: 7,500,000 gal.
- Plant Capacity: 1,500,000 gal/day
- Plant Load: 9,000,000 gal/day.
Primary, secondary treatment plant.201 facilities are study approved.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
There are currently 2 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations within a 10-mile radius of the center of Elberton, GA.
A. Elbert County District Atty
Local government office
45 Forest Ave · (706) 283-1716
B. Elbert County Magistrate Court
12 S Oliver St # L4 · (706) 283-2027