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About Woodstock

Located 30 miles northwest of Atlanta, Woodstock is a small city in Georgia's Cherokee County. Known as the fastest-growing city in Cherokee County, Woodstock is home to a population that's more than doubled in recent decades. Though the city maintains its small-town appeal, with a historic downtown core and pleasant residential neighborhoods, it also has a big-city feel due to its many amenities and bustling communities.

The History of Woodstock

One of the oldest towns in the county, Woodstock was established in the mid-19th century. It was settled by pioneers who farmed the land and established several churches. The community experienced significant growth when the railroad arrived in 1879, and the train depot became a major landmark in the area. In its early years, Woodstock made a name for itself with gristmills, water power, mineral development and mining.

In the late 19th century, the town became a cotton shipping center and also helped advance innovative farming methods throughout the area. Woodstock was officially made a city in 1897. In 1912, the Louisville & Nashville Railroad built a new, large train depot in Woodstock. The railroad bolstered the local economy transportingnot just passengers, but many of Woodstock's agricultural products as well.

Growth slowed somewhat in the early 20th century, picking up its quick pace once again by the 1940s. In 1970, less than 900 people called Woodstock home, but by the year 2000, the local population numbered more than 10,000.

Jobs in Woodstock

Woodstock and the greater Cherokee County area are home to a balance of large and small businesses, with many of these businesses attracted by the swiftly-growing workforce. Food service, manufacturing, aerospace, biomedical and many other sectors make up the local economy, providing a range of options if you're searching for a job.

Poultry processor Pilgrim's Pride is the county's largest employer, followed closely by biomedical company Chart Industries and manufacturers Inalfa Roof Systems and Piolax Corp. Aerospace company Universal Alloy Corp., distributor Belnick, manufacturer Meyn America and biomedical company Hydro-Chem also provide thousands of local jobs.

Woodstock Schools

The Cherokee County School District oversees the public schools in Woodstock. Alternative daytime and evening programs, online programs, and preschools are all offered by the district, in addition to their traditional elementary, middle and high schools.

Resources for Moving to Woodstock

As you prepare to move to Woodstock, here's some helpful information to simplify the process:

  • Utilities: The city of Woodstock oversees water and sewer services. Major energy providers in the area include Cobb EMC and Georgia Power.
  • Garbage and Recycling: You can expect regular collection of your trash and recyclables in most residential areas of Woodstock. Yard waste and bulky items are also picked up on a regular basis.
  • Transportation: Cherokee Area Transportation System operates the local public transit in Woodstock and the surrounding area.

Woodstock Housing

You can typically find affordable homes all over Woodstock. The city's priciest homes are clustered around Eagle Watch Golf Club, JJ Biello Park and the Golf Club at Bradshaw Farm. Because of the high demand for housing in Woodstock, prices are higher here than in many other Georgia cities.