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Coweta County's Oldest City
Established in 1820


 Named after Hugh A. Haralson

(former Georgia congressman)


Straddles both 

Coweta and Meriwether counties

Welcome to
City of Haralson

Founded in 1820,the City of Haralson is located just 40 miles south of Atlanta a few miles south of Senoia. Haralson is in extreme southern Coweta County, with a small portion of the city in Meriwether County. Our primary roadway is GA State Route 85. We have a population of less than 200 in 2021.

During its initial establishment, Haralson was a bustling town comprised of a doctor’s office, bank, post office, train depot and a fully functioning cotton gin. Today, the city still takes pride in maintaining its small-town roots. The citizens of Haralson take pride in the rural sense of place which makes up the character of the community.

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City of Haralson prides itself on being a safe rural community, with a friendly historic, small town atmosphere that is conducive to healthy and socially positive, family environments.

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