Cherokee Office of Economic Development

Cherokee by Choice.

Cherokee Resident Survey

Have a minute? 🕒 Take our resident survey to be entered in to win a $100 gift card! Your feedback is crucial to Cherokee's next strategic plan for economic development. Are local career opportunities, diversity, and transportation important to you? Tell us about it!

Cherokee Career Expo

The Cherokee Career Expo was held on Wednesday, August 18. Hundreds of jobs are still available. Click below to view career opportunities.

Cherokee Film App

The Filmed in Cherokee App offers an interactive experience that takes users on a behind-the-scenes tour of fan-favorite film locations. The app features on-set photos, insider stories, and fun facts on why each location was selected.

Be Pro Be Proud
Be Pro Be Proud Georgia

Be Pro Be Proud Georgia is bringing a new generation of pride and progress to the skilled professions - in Cherokee, metro Atlanta, and beyond.

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Cherokee By Choice Coloring Book

Color Cherokee beautiful and download the free beautifully illustrated 28-page Cherokee By Choice Coloring Book.

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  • Cherokee County will be the #1 fastest growing county in the Atlanta region for the next 5 years and beyond

  • In the past five years, COED has recruited more than 4,500 new jobs to Cherokee County

  • Almost $900,000,000 in capital has been invested into the Cherokee community in the past five years

  • Cherokee County is home to 161 local properties at which to film your next series or movie

  • Cherokee County has the highest SAT scores in the Metro Atlanta area

  • 2.8 million labor shed population within commuting range

Lead Investors

  • Yanmar
  • Cherokee County
  • Cherokee County Development Authority
  • Georgia Power
  • Universal Alloy Corporation
  • Cherokee County Water and Sewage Authority
  • Cobb EMC
  • Northside Hospital Cherokee
  • Black Airplane

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Hollywood in Your Backyard: Filmed in Cherokee

Guest contributor: COED Intern Abigail Smithwick   When I left for college a few years ago, I did not consider Cherokee County a film hub. Now, every time I come home, something new is filming. Interning at the Cherokee Office of Economic Development (COED) gives me an even closer look…
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