Coweta County

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Coweta County is named for the Coweta Native American tribe.


Created:  June 9, 1925

County Seat: 

Newnan  1928 – present


County Courthouse – Newnan 


Location:  72 Greenville Street / Powell Street

Built:  2006 – 2008

Style:  Modern Neo-Classical Revival

Architect:  Rosser International, Inc. and Gardner, Spencer, Smith, Tench & Hensley, PC

Contractor:  Choate Construction Company


Description:  The building faces west and is a three story red colored brick and concrete structure. The west front has a large portico supported by four high columns rising to the top of the second story with enclosed section on the third story. The first story windows are arched. Horizontal stone trim runs above the first story. The building is the Coweta County Justice Center.


Old County Courthouse – Newnan




Location:  9 East Broad Street / Greenville Street

Built:  1904 – 1905

Style:  Neo-Classical Revival

Architect:  James Wingfield Golucke of Atlanta

Contractor:  R D Cole Manufacturing Company of Newnan


Description:  The building faces east and is a two story red colored brick  structure. The east and west fronts have porches with four high columns. The north and south porches have two high columns. On the center of the roof is a large square cupola with dome roof, clock and small cupola at the top. The building was renovated in 1989 to 1990. The building was renovated in 2005 and serves as the Probate Court and Visitor Center. The architect was Lord, Aeck & Sargent of Atlanta and the contractor was Headley Construction.


Note:  The first courthouse was designed by William Hitchcock and built in 1828.



N – Carroll County and Fulton County

E – Fayette County and Spalding County

S – Meriweather County and Troup County

W – Heard County 





























Photos taken 2010