Randolph County offers numerous advantages to locating or expanding your business including a highly-educated work force, fast-track permitting, location and much more. These advantages, along with the vision and support of the Randolph County Commissioners and the sate of Georgia, have created the county’s pro-business environment and continue to confirm its position as a great place for business and technology in Southwest Georgia.
The Randolph County Board of Commissioners is an enthusiastic supporter of businesses and Economic Development. All businesses, whether large or small, franchise or entrepreneurships, have quick access to our friendly and knowledgeable elected officials and county staff and a wide variety of helpful resources.
Randolph County strives to be a more desirable community with an excellent business climate conducive to increased investment by the private sector and the expansion of job opportunities for its residents. Steps have begun to develop an economic development plan to increase population, support and strengthen our existing businesses and actively and competively seek new industry.
Randolph County is at the crossroads of two major U.S. Highways -- 27 and 82 -- with Highway 27 being a four lane from Tennessee to Florida. In addition, Randolph County is fewer than 10 miles from Highway 520/Corridor Z which runs from Columbus to the east coast. We are located 50 miles south of Columbus and 40 miles west of Albany.
The Randolph County Development Authority partners with the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce, the Randolph County Board of Commissioners, the cities of Cuthbert and Shellman as well as the local Airport Authority. As a member of Locate South Georgia, SWGA 5 and the Southern Lower Chattahoochee Council of Governments Regional Development Authority, the RCDA collaborates regionally to bring industry, business and jobs to South Georgia.
If you represent a company doing business in Randolph County, would like to start a business in the county, or are interested in relocating your business to the county, and want to learn about what the county can do to help your business, please visit our Development Authority page.