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Our members realize that through the Chamber, they can accomplish collectively what no one of them can do individually. More than 450 members (80 percent of them small businesses) work together to enhance the economic climate of Liberty County for business growth and improved quality of life.Apply Today
The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce fulfills hundreds of relocation requests each year. Relocation packets are mailed all over the country to those planning on moving to our wonderful community. Our relocation packets come complete with an area phone book, Newcomer’s Guide, Chamber Directory, Demographic & Statistical information, Liberty County Magazine, tourist brochures and information, Real Estate information, a County Street Map, and information from various agencies and businesses throughout the County. The cost of the packet is $15 which covers the postage. To request a Relocation packet, please click here or call (912) 368-4445. Please be sure to include a phone number where we can call you to confirm the details.
Dorchester Academy is one of only 11 stops in Georgia on the U.S. Civil Rights trail based on its importance during the Civil Rights Movement. This historic school was founded in 1871 by the American Missionary Association (now the United Church of Christ) as a school for freed slaves. By 1917, the fully-accredited high school had…
The Midway Museum was built in the raised cottage-style structure, typical of 18th century plantation homes. It houses numerous exhibits, documents and furnishings that were used in coastal Georgia homes between colonial days and onset of the Civil War. The Museum also features a historic Church and Cemetery. The garden and Colonial-style kitchen at the Midway Museum….
Fort Morris State Historic Site was built to defend the former town of Sunbury, which was once a bustling seaport second in Georgia only to Savannah. Fort Morris was used as a coastal fortification during the Revolutionary War. The earthen works were reconstructed during the War of 1812 and were later used as a Civil War…