Helpful Information: Starting a New Business in Walton County

We are excited that you are thinking about opening a business in Walton County and we want to help your business succeed! Here you will find the necessary county and city department numbers to get your business set up. We want to help you gain customers/clients when you open your doors!

We can help you plan your Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting event and get this picture on our social media sites as well as in the local Walton Tribune.

We look forward to hearing from you and having you join our Chamber Membership!


Where do I get a Business License?

County and Cities:

Walton County Government

Planning & Development
303 South Hammond Dr.
Monroe, GA 30655
770-267-1485
www.waltoncountyga.gov

City of Loganville

4303 Lawrenceville Rd.
P.O. Box 39
Loganville, GA 30052
770-466-2633
www.loganville-ga.gov

City of Monroe

215 North Broad St.
P.O. Box 1249
Monroe, GA 30655
770-267-7536
www.monroega.com

City of Social Circle

166 North Cherokee Rd.
P.O. Box 310
Social Circle, GA 30025
770-464-2380
www.socialcirclega.gov


Where can I get Labor Information?

Georgia Department of Labor

212 Bryant Road 
Monroe, GA 30655
770-207-4142
www.dol.state.ga.us


Where do I go for help with Planning and Zoning? 

Walton County Government

Planning & Development
303 South Hammond Drive
Monroe, GA 30655
770-267-1485
www.waltoncountyga.gov

City of Loganville

4303 Lawrenceville Rd.
P.O. Box 39
Loganville, GA 30052
770-466-2633
www.loganville-ga.gov

City of Monroe

215 North Broad St.
P.O. Box 1249
Monroe, GA 30655
770-267-7536
www.monroega.com

City of Social Circle

166 North Cherokee Rd.
P.O. Box 310
Social Circle, GA 30025
770-464-2380
www.socialcirclega.gov


Where do I get information about Food Services?

Walton County Environmental Health

126A Court Street
Monroe, GA 30655
770-267-1430

RELATED LINKS:


The Georgia SBDC Network Introduces...
Small Bizu Elearning University

SmallBizU on-line business training programs are provided at no cost and are designed for busy entrepreneurs who prefer to learn via the web on their own time and at their own pace. More than 20 classes are available and are grouped into three broad areas: Money, Marketing and Management. Go to www.georgiasbdc.org

THE GEORGIA SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER NETWORK

The University of Georgia Small Business Development Center helps individuals develop business plans, provides financial analysis and helps to identify sources of capital, as well as assesses marketing strategies. The Georgia SBDC Network also provides a multitude of other forms of assistance to business owners and prospective owners helping them learn how to better understand their business opportunities and to make sound decisions affecting their investment.

Visit www.georgiasbdc.org for resources, tools, newsletters, and much more.


Where can I get free Business Start-Up answers?

The University of Georgia SBDC

1180 East Broad Street
Athens, GA 30602-5412
706-542-2762
www.georgiasbdc.org 

The Official Business link to the U.S. Government

www.Business.gov

Resources for:

Home Based Businesses, Specific Industries, Minority OwnedBusinesses, Non Profit Organizations, Self Employment, Veteran Owned Businesses, as well as WomenOwned Businesses featuring small business guides, info on popular business topics, small business conferences and workshops, common deadlines, state and local information, government forms, FAQ’s and Help.


How do I Incorporate my business?

Georgia Secretary of State

Phone: 404-656-2817
Fax: 404-463-613