About Us

Newcomer Guide

Geographical Information

Dublin-Laurens County is centrally located in Middle Georgia half way between Atlanta & Savannah.  I-16 is the major east-west corridor running through our county which connects us with I-75 at Macon and I-95 near Savannah.  Laurens County is the third largest county in Georgia based on land size with 45,000 residents.  Our community has an airport capable of handling all corporate jets, Norfolk Southern & Georgia Central Railway, L.P. provide rail service to the area and the major seaports of Savannah and Brunswick give area industries quick access to worldwide shipping lanes.

Community Services

If you are a newcomer to Dublin-Laurens County, there are many phone numbers and addresses that you will need to initiate new services and to learn more about the area as you make yourself at home. Listed below are a few numbers that you will need to get started:

Electric Companies

  • Altamaha EMC
  • Georgia Power
    117 S. Calhoun St
  • Little Ocmulgee EMC
  • Oconee EMC/Dudley

Telephone Carriers

  • Bellsouth
  • Progressive Rural

Courier Herald
115 S. Jefferson St.

Post Office
514 Bellevue

City of Dublin
110 S. Church St.

City Police

City of East Dublin
Soperton Ave

East Dublin Police

Laurens County Commission
101 N. Jefferson St.

Sheriff’s Department
200 Southern Pines Rd.

Community Links


Whether it’s golfing, fishing, shopping, volunteering or just killing time, Dublin-Laurens County offers a wide variety of leisure time activities including a month-long celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. Since 1966 this family-oriented celebration has grown into a major event, drawing thousands of visitors from all over the country. It seems the entire town is painted green and everyone shows up for a huge selection of events ranging from dances and concerts, to art displays, a fashion show, beauty pageant, Irish Stew, kite flying, a bike race, a 5K and 10K run…the list goes on and on. There’s even a pancake supper featuring, you guessed it – green pancakes!