The City of Morrow, Georgia

Morrow originally became a city in 1943. Approximately 2.5 square miles, it encompasses a growing population that increases from almost 6,000 to over 60,000 during business hours. Morrow is a vibrant community which offers its citizens a low tax rate, a large business community and expanded growth.

It is the only city in the nation with both State and Federal Archives within its borders. The City of Morrow offers visitors safe, clean and affordable places to stay, world-class shopping, dining and entertainment venues, as well as convenience to nearby Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and the cosmopolitan amenities of Atlanta.

The City of Morrow has blended its appreciation of history and heritage with an excitement for the future. Although it has fewer than 7,000 residents, the city proudly claims:

  • Clayton State University
  • Southeast Region Branch of the U.S. Archives
  • The main campus of the Georgia Archives
  • Reynolds Nature Preserve
  • Spivey Hall, a world-renowned acoustically stunning performance facility

Please take the time to visit and see all of what Morrow has to offer. You can find information on the local government, see what's going on in the community and business sector, and also visit the tourism page and learn the detailed history of Morrow.