Milton, Georgia 


Situated between Atlanta and Macon, Milton, Georgia, is a small community with a population of about 7,000. But don’t let that fool you into thinking Milton is boring, because the city is chock-full of fun attractions and activities for visitors and locals alike. If you’re visiting Milton for the first time, here are the top things to see, do, and eat in Milton, Georgia.

The median income in Milton is $37,864, and the median home value is $47,000. The median household income is 35% of the national median of $57,046.

Milton is one of many small towns in the western portion of Georgia. Alpharetta is one of Georgia’s largest towns and is located in the northwestern corner of the state. Milton, GA is a town located in Milton County in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 350. The town is located northeast of the city of Alpharetta,GA. The town is located in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Milton, Georgia is a city in the southwestern corner of Georgia. It’s the only incorporated town in the county and the only incorporated city in Macon County. Milton was founded in 1820 and called Fort Milton, in honor of Lt. Col. Lewis Milton (1780-1840), a soldier in the War of 1812. The town was renamed for Col. State Treasurer John Milton (1770-1838), a prominent Georgia lawyer, state legislator, and US Senator.

The root of the word “mollify” is “molle,” the Latin word for “hollow.” Molle describes the area within a circle, which describes the ideal shape for an object. So, a mollifying object is one whose entire surface is at the ends of a hollow circle.

You would think the unemployment rate in the country would be below, but it’s actually higher in Milton. The county’s unemployment rate was 8.7% in 2015, while the state’s was 4.9% and the country’s was 5.5%.

Milton’s mayor, Jim Womack, is pretty much a local celebrity. Here’s a photo of him at the ribbon-cutting of the new Milton J. Moats Library, along with Milton Mayor Catherine Kutsko, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper, and other dignitaries.

The Milton Fire Department sent a team of firefighters in protective gear to a house fire to save a 6-week-old puppy about to be rescued. The firefighters, who were assisted by Milton police, were able to rescue the puppy and return it safely to its home.