Welcome to Twin City!
Twice as Friendly, Twice as Nice
Home of George L. Smith State Park







News and Updates

Small Town Podcast

Listen to Small Town Podcast episodes free, on demand. Ocilla Mayor and Small Town Podcast Host Matt Seale travels to Twin City, GA to talk with Mayor Pro Tem Matt Donaldson. The 2 discuss how 2 small towns merged to form Twin City in 1921, and the struggles and benefits of that merger. They also discuss recent struggles that Twin City has overcome and why Mayor Pro Tem Donaldson can’t imagine living anywhere else. For more information, visit www.smalltownpodcast.com.

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September 08, 2020
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Quick Facts

1742

Population

23

Senate District

158

House District

12

Congressional District

II

City Fire Rating

28

Volunteer Fire Fighters

5/5X

Class City

City Map

The district includes over 125 structures with architectural house types and buildings from 1830 to the present and is an excellent example of a railroad strip town. Twin City is also home to the beautiful George L. Smith, II State Park.

Community pride runs deep, and although a touch of rivalry remains between "Summit" and "Graymont" neighborhoods, today's residents of Twin City are warm, friendly, and proud of their roots. Excellent schools, championship football, great recreational opportunities, active churches, and a community thriving in revitalization through historic preservation make Twin City a place that's "Twice as friendly, twice as nice."

Activities & Events

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October 06 06:30 PM
Regular Meeting
October 15 06:00 PM
Notice of Public Hearing 10-15-2020
November 03 06:30 PM
Regular Meeting

Recreation Department Registration Forms

Along with our recreation facilities, Twin City has two smaller City parks. One is at Durden Road and Princess Street in the original Graymont area, the other on Paradise Road in the original Summit area. Through a neighborhood incentive, assisted by the city, Graymont Park has recently been revitalized; Paradise Road Playground is awaiting restoration.