LIMITED ACCESS due to COVID-19
Please call and make direct contact with each department.

Animal Control – 229-237-0318
Chamber/Economic Development – 229-686-5123
County Commissioners/Administration – 229-686-5421
County Extension – 686-5431
District Attorney – 686-7015
E-911- Non-emergency – 229-686-2091
Elections – 229-686-6160
EMA – 229-686-6588
Jail – 229-686-7664
Magistrate Court – 229-686-6328
Probate Court – 686-5213
Recreation Department – 229-686-6576
Road Department – 229-686-3230
Sheriff Office – 229-686-7071
Superior Clerk of Court – 686-5506
Superior Court Judge – 686-2180
Tax Assessors & Code Enforcement – 229-686-2149
Tax-Commissioner – 229-686-2149

PUBLIC NOTICE!

BERRIEN COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
BERRIEN COUNTY COMMISSION OFFICE
201 N. Davis St., Rm 198
Nashville, GA 31639
Special Called Emergency Telephone Meeting
DAY/DATE:
April 3, 2020
TIME:
9:00 a.m.
PLACE:
Phone-in at 686-5421
PURPOSE:
Discussion of limited staff due to COVID-19 and
resolution waving tax penalties and interest
DATE POSTED:
Thursday, April 2, 2020 3:30 PM
For any information you can call the Administration Office.

Important Notice!!

Please see this document concerning Berrien County Government Contacts & Availability Online during the COVID-19 situation.

Berrien County was created in 1856 from Coffee, Irwin, and Lowndes counties. The county was named after John Macpherson Berrien, a Savannah lawyer who later served as United States Attorney General under President Andrew Jackson.

Located in the southern part of  Georgia, Berrien County has four incorporated municipalities: Nashville (the county seat), Alapaha, Enigma, and Ray City.Berrien County is predominantly agricultural and is known as the “Bell Pepper Capital of the World”.

With a population of more than 16,000 and growing, Berrien County offers a unique atmosphere, with all the convenience and technology of larger communities but loaded with southern hospitality and charm.

Whether you like to play ball, drop a line in the water or just take a leisurely stroll, Berrien County is filled with a variety of recreational options.  The Berrien County Recreation Department services over 1,200 area youth each year offering a variety of sports including baseball, softball, basketball, football and soccer.  The Recreation Department also maintains a total of seven public tennis courts (two locations).

For the hunter in the family, there are several hunting clubs within the county as well as preserves that offer private scheduled hunts. If fishing is more your speed, the Alapaha River as well as Patrick’s Paradise provides the area with freshwater fishing, as do the many private ponds and lakes in the county.

The economy of Berrien County is very diverse.  Agriculture remains a valuable component of the economy; however, we are home to several manufacturing plants including Chaparral & Robalo Boats and Propex Fabrics.  Our community also plays host to several unique retail shops and eateries.

You have an open invitation to visit or move to Berrien County.

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