Butts County Development Authority
625 West Third St., Jackson, GA 30233
Phone: (770) 775-4851

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The Development Authority of Butts County is the primary point of contact for economic development activities in Butts County. The Development Authority of Butts County looks forward to helping you with your business relocation or expansion needs in Butts County, Georgia. Please contact us for further assistance.

Development Authority of Butts County

625 W. Third Street, Suite 6

Jackson, GA 30233

(O) 770-775-4851

Email: [email protected]

Development AuthorityBoard of Directors

The Development Authority of Butts County meets monthly, generally on the second Friday of each month at 8:30 a.m. at the Butts County Administration Building. The public is welcome to attend Development Authority meetings.

  • Bryan Bush, Chairman
  • Charles Lawson, Vice Chair
  • Alicia Washington, Treasurer
  • Arthur White
  • Clint Crowe
  • John Harkness
  • Roger McDaniel



About Us

The Development Authority was created through a local amendment to the Georgia Constitution and consists of a five-member volunteer board, appointed by the Butts County Commission. In addition, a seven-member board, the Development Authority of Butts County, was created by legislation. These two boards work together to support and enhance economic development in Butts County. In partnership with local, regional, state and national organizations, the Development Authority works to encourage and promote economic development activity in Butts County, whether through the location of a new company or through the expansion of an existing facility. Businesses and industrial clients receive assistance in many areas of the development process including:

  • Developed Industrial Sites
  • Available Industrial Buildings
  • Low-cost Bond Financing
  • Ad Valorem Tax Liability
  • Permitting & Approval
  • Temporary Office Space
  • State and Local Incentives
  • Utilities
  • Workforce