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Northwest Georgia
Northwestern Georgia
A view of Northwest Georgia from Johns Mountain
A view of Northwest Georgia from Johns Mountain
The Northwestern Region of Georgia
The Northwestern Region of Georgia
Country United States
State Georgia (U.S. state)

Northwest Georgia is a region of the state of Georgia in the United States. It includes 12 counties (listed in the section below), which at the 2010 census had a combined population of 753,032. Northwest Georgia includes some of the southernmost portions of the Appalachian mountains, as opposed to Northeast Georgia, which holds the southernmost Blue Ridge, known locally as the North Georgia Mountains.

Bartow, Floyd, Haralson, Paulding, and Polk Counties are located on the outer northern fringe of the Atlanta metropolitan area, while the other counties are part of the Chattanooga, Tennessee metropolitan area. The largest city in Northwest Georgia is Rome, with about 36,000 inhabitants. Much of the region is included in Georgia's 14th congressional district and is represented by Marjorie Taylor Greene.

Counties

The following 12 counties are part of Northwest Georgia.

Most populous cities

  1. Rome, 37,713; Floyd County
  2. Dalton, 34,417; Whitfield County
  3. Cartersville, 23,817; Bartow County
  4. Calhoun, 16,949; Gordon County
  5. Dallas, 14,042; Paulding County
  6. Fort Oglethorpe, 10,423; Catoosa County
  7. Cedartown, 10,190; Polk County
  8. Rocky Face, 8,570; Whitfield County
  9. Bremen, 7,185; Haralson County
  10. La Fayette, 6,888; Walker County
  11. Lindale, 4,789; Floyd County; Rome bedroom community
  12. Euharlee, 4,309; Bartow County; Cartersville bedroom community
  13. Rossville, 4,006; Walker County
  14. Hiram, 4,001; Paulding County
  15. Ringgold, 3,592; Catoosa County

See also

References