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Georgia Map Nestled on the Savannah River, Augusta, Georgia is becoming one of the most attractive and fullfilling places to live in the country. In a recent ranking published in Industry Week magazine by the Urban Center of Cleveland State Union, Augusta ranked 35th among metropolitan areas, placing it in the top 11% of the nation. This puts Augusta well ahead of other Georgia cities.

tree imageAugusta is the nucleus of the CSRA (Central Savannah River Area), which is comprised of the counties of Columbia, McDuffie, Burke, Jefferson, Lincoln, Wilkes, Aiken, Edgefield, Mccormick, and Barnwell. Of these, Aiken, Edgefield, McDuffie, Columbia, and Richmond counties comprise the "metro statistical area", which have an estimated population of 483,600. With a population approaching 500,000, Metro Augusta is Georgia's second largest metropolitan area. Augusta's low cost of living, balanced economy and stimulating environment, present the opportunity for a quality of life not often available in communities of comparable size. It offers an eclectic mix of lifestyle options that is sure to accomodate anyone considering a move to Augusta.

Augusta offers the convenience of a well established, self-sufficient metropolitan area, without the traffic and smog of a huge city.

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The Metro Augusta Chamber of Commerce MetroAugusta©
Savannah River Site Online SRS©
Fort Gordon Online Ft. Gordon©
Education In Augusta Education©
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Augusta History Augusta History©
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