Welcome to Talbot County!
The Talbot County Board of Commissioners will hold A Public Hearing, Friday, July 22, 2016 at 9:00 a.m., in reference to the proposed Fiscal Year End 2017 Budget. The hearing will be held at the Talbot County Board of Commissioners Office located at 74 West Monroe Street. Copies of the proposed budget is available for public review in the Commissioner’s Office.
The CodeRED system provides Talbot County officials the ability to quickly deliver messages to targeted areas or the entire county. read more...
Talbot County, Georgia's 74th county, was created in 1827 from part of Muscogee County.
The County and County Seat, Talbotton, incorporated on December 20, 1828, were named for Governor Matthew Talbot.
The first session of the Georgia Supreme Court was held on January 26, 1846 at the old Claiborne Hotel in Talbotton. Here, the state's first fifteen attorneys were sworn in and qualified to practice law.
According to the 2010 Census Talbot County has a population of 6,865, 5.6% above the 2000 Census.
Talbot County is home to Big Lazer Creek Wildlife Management Area.
There is a 196-acre public fishing lake, a picnic area, a boat ramp and primitive camping available on this facility operated by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
"Magic Hill", in Talbot County, is located at the foot of Pine Mountain. It is so named because of the illusion that a car with its brakes released appears to roll uphill on the road.