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Small Town Charm

The city of Euharlee (pronounced You-Harley) takes it's name from Euharlee Creek, which in turn comes from the Cherokee name Eufaula, meaning, "She laughs as she runs".

With a population of 4,421 (Census data: Population Estimate 2020), Euharlee covers 5.4 square miles and is the third largest city in Bartow County. Euharlee maintains a City Police force, is protected by Bartow County Fire Department Station 3, and is home to two schools and four churches.

City Hall is located at 30 Burge's Mill Road. City Hall's operating hours are Monday through Thursday, 8am to 6pm.

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Small Town, Big History

Present-day Euharlee was settled in the 1840's after Burges Mill was constructed on the creek. Euharlee today retains many historic buildings dating back to the 1800s, including the famous covered bridge responsible for coining the slogan, "The Covered Bridge City".

The Euharlee Covered Bridge is the state's oldest remaining covered bridge, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and part of the Georgia Covered Bridge Trail.

Just south of the town, the soaring cooling towers of Georgia Power's Plant Bowen provide another landmark. The contrast between these two examples of the finest technology of their respective eras perhaps illustrates the City best: we are a progressive community working to move our City forward while preserving the rich history of our past.

Come visit Georgia's Covered Bridge City and see all we have to offer!

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