Northwest Georgia (U.S.)

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Northwest Georgia
Northwestern Georgia
A view of Northwest Georgia from Johns Mountain
A view of Northwest Georgia from Johns Mountain
The Northwestern Region of Georgia
The Northwestern Region of Georgia
Country  United States
State  Georgia (U.S. state)

Northwest Georgia, in the United States, includes the counties of:

The population of these twelve counties is, according to the 2010 census, around 753,032.

Floyd, Bartow, Paulding, Haralson and Polk counties are located on the outer northern fringe of the Atlanta metropolitan area, while the other counties are part of the Chattanooga, Tennessee metropolitan area.

Most populous cities

  1. Rome, Georgia 36,303; Floyd County
  2. Dalton, Georgia 33,128; Whitfield County
  3. Cartersville, Georgia 19,731; Bartow County
  4. Calhoun, Georgia 15,650; Gordon County
  5. Dallas, Georgia 11,544; Paulding County
  6. Cedartown, Georgia 9,750; Polk County
  7. La Fayette, Georgia 7,121; Walker County
  8. Bremen, Georgia 6,227; Haralson County
  9. Euharlee, Georgia 4,100; Bartow County; Cartersville bedroom community
  10. Lindale, Georgia 4,088; Floyd County; Rome bedroom community

Most populous counties

  1. Bartow County- 110,000—Cartersville-Atlanta metro
  2. Paulding County- 107,000—Dallas—Atlanta metro
  3. Floyd County- 95,000—Rome-Rome Metro
  4. Whitfield County- 93,000—Dalton—Chattanooga metro
  5. Walker County- 69,000—La Fayette—Chattanooga metro
  6. Catoosa County- 64,000—Ringgold—Chattanooga metro
  7. Gordon County- 54,000—Calhoun—Chattanooga metro
  8. Murray County- 42,800—Chatsworth—Chattanooga metro
  9. Polk County- 42,750—Cedartown
  10. Haralson County- 30,100—Bremen—Atlanta metro

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