About Walton County
Walton County, forty-five miles east of Atlanta in Georgia's Piedmont region, is the state's forty-sixth county. Comprising 329 square miles, it was created by the Lottery Act of 1818 from land originally held by both the Cherokee and Creek Indians and was named for George Walton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and briefly a Georgia governor.
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Emergency Medical Services
Our mission is for prompt, professional and state of the art emergency service for out customers we serve.
Keep Walton Beautiful & Recycling Center
We encourage each and every Walton County citizen to visit the Walton County Recycling Center on Leroy Anderson Road and ask questions about recycling and how recycling has a direct impact on our environment. With the assistance of our volunteers, Keep Walton Beautiful is constant striving to improve Walton County's environmental concerns.
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Soil & Water Conservation
The Conservation Districts were formed to provide federal assistance on soil and water conservation to local citizens under local direction and priorities set forth by the chairman and the supervisors of each district.