About Middle Georgia

Macon, Georgia, USA downtown cityscape.

Middle Georgia Region is the metropolitan area located near the geographic center of the state and is anchored by the cities of Macon, Warner Robins and Fort Valley.

As the home of over 440,000 people and the birthplace of several nationally-renowned recording artists, the region is also “making music” when it comes to innovation.

Lead by its companies, highly-rated colleges and governmental facilities, the region serves as an emerging center for Aerospace, Health IT, Logistics, Transportation Technology, and more.

 

 

 

Did You Know…

  • Known as Georgia’s “Aerospace Corridor”, Middle Georgia boasts more than 100 aerospace companies and contractors and over 30,000 aerospace workers
  • Warner Robins, located in the southeastern portion of the region has been listed as one of Wired Magazine’s 12 Small Cities Driving the Knowledge Economy
  • Middle Georgia is a major logistics/distribution center accessible via 2 major interstates to 4 major seaports; the largest rail switching center on the East coast and one of the world’s busiest airports
  • Middle Georgia is home to the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, the worldwide manager of military aircraft, software and equipment