Many have asked, “why are some road name signs green and others blue?” The answer is that green signs are used for county maintained roads and blue signs are used for private drives. As in life, it’s not always this cut and dry; although Gordon County will never use blue signs on a county maintained road, you may find instances where a citizen has purchased a green sign to post at the end of their road. If you ever have any questions...
Gordon County ordinances do not allow structures identified as RV’s camper, travel trailers or the relatively new term “tiny homes” to be used as dwellings. These type units are primarily designed as temporary living quarters for recreational, camping, or seasonal use.
The Gordon County School System and the Family Connection of Gordon County has published a complete guide to community and county resources and services. The guide is in both English and Spanish. Download your free copy.
Gordon County ordinances and codes can be found online. Here are a few helpful links: Gordon County Ordinances Gordon County Unified Land Development Code Gordon County Comprehensive Plan 2007-2027 All of these links can be found under the Government section in the main menu.
Gordon County has many parks for you to enjoy. Have fun this spring and summer by walking, biking, playing ball, fishing, and swimming all at Gordon County parks. Please visit: https://gordoncounty.org/departments/parks-recreation/parks/ for a listing of parks near you.
From shopping and golf to a walk in the park followed by an evening show at the GEM Theater, Gordon County has many ways to enjoy yourself. Please visit: https://gordoncounty.org/community/area-attractions/ Here you can find many things to do in and around Gordon County.