Welcome to the Covered Bridge City

Community Development & Tourism


Katie O. Gobbi,
Community Development Director

Katie has been with the City of Euharlee since December 2012. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and an undergraduate Certificate in Public History from Kennesaw State University, and a Masters of Heritage Preservation degree in Public History from Georgia State University.

Ms. Gobbi coordinates public relations and marketing for the City. She plans special events including the Fall Festival, Food Truck Friday, the Christmas Parade, and the Farmer's Market. She provides support to the City Manager for economic development and tourism in Euharlee. For more information about events, visit here.

She is also the staff support for the Historic Preservation Commission and Planning and Zoning Commission

Ms. Gobbi also oversees the Euharlee Welcome Center & History Museum staff responsible for public programming and outreach, public relations, and marketing. 

Ms. Gobbi can be reached at 770-386-1542 or kgobbi@euharlee.com

How Can We Help?

The City’s economic initiatives are led by the City Manager's Office. Euharlee’s Economic Development mission is two-fold: attracting new business and retaining and expanding existing businesses within the city.

The City's Economic Development team provides support to help grow the business community, as well as tourism throughout the City of Euharlee. A variety of programs and resources are available to meet the needs of the business community and increase the amount of citizens that visit our city each year.

To access Business Licenses and Permits, please click here. 

The City of Euharlee operates the Euharlee Welcome Center & History Museum in conjunction with the Euharlee Historical Society. Come by and enjoy a slice of our area’s history! As of July 2015, the Museum relocated to expanded space in the new Euharlee Welcome Center at 33 Covered Bridge Road. For current hours, directions and program information please visit the Euharlee Welcome Center & History Museum website.

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