About Pike County
Pike County was created from part of Monroe County in 1822. Georgia's 57th county and its county seat, Zebulon, were named for Zebulon Montgomery Pike.
An expedition led by Pike in 1805 attempted (and failed) to trace the Mississippi River to its source. He discovered Pike's Peak on the same expedition.
The Pike County Courthouse, built in 1895, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Agriculture and forestry are still the main industries in Pike County, though the county is feeling the effects of Atlanta's growth. The county is one of Georgia's
major peach producers.
Pike County has been the site for the filming of several motion pictures, including Murder In Coweta County, Cold Sassy Tree, and Tank.

County Profile

Incorporated: December 9, 1822
Population: 13,688
Total Area: 218.4 Square miles 

Cities and Towns

• Zebulon (County Seat)
• Concord
• Meansville
• Molena
• Williamson 

Contact Information

Website: http://pikecounty.ga.gov

Address: P.O. Box 377
Zebulon, Georgia

Phone: (770) 567-3406
Fax: (770) 567-2006 

The Pike County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of age, race/color, religion/creed, gender, national/ethnic origin, disability, or citizenship status in its educational programs, activities and employment.