Mayor Michael Caldwell
12453 Highway 92
Woodstock, GA 30188
Phone: 770.592.6000

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Once a sleepy town, today Woodstock boasts award winning theater performances, an energetic music scene, independent retailers, name-brand outlet shopping, chef driven restaurants in a vibrant downtown entertainment district, and a world-class trail system, including some of Georgia’s best mountain bike trails. The Woodstock Visitors Center, Explore Georgia’s 2019 Regional Visitors Center of the Year, is located in the historic Dean’s Store, which opened on Main Street in 1906.

Woodstock is home to about 1,750 businesses. The leading industries in Woodstock are retail, health care and social services, accommodation and food services, and professional, scientific, and technical services. Woodstock is home to the historic Dixie Speedway, The Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta, and Georgia Small Business Rockstar Reformation Brewery.

Entertainment abounds in Woodstock. The Woodstock Summer Concert Series is held annually at the Northside Hospital Cherokee Amphitheater in the Park at City Center. Musicians such as local Grand Ole Opry inductee Mark Wills, The Charlie Daniels Band, and 38 Special have taken the stage at the venue that accommodates more than 7,500 people on its multiple grass terraces and large main lawn. Madlife Stage & Studios also welcomes audiences of up to three hundred music lovers for performances nightly Wednesday through Sunday. All ages enjoy enriching experiences such as live plays, concerts, and improv comedy at Elm Street Cultural Arts Village.

Woodstock is one of North Georgia’s great outdoor destinations. You can picnic with loved ones at centrally located Dupree Park, take a walk or play fetch with a four-legged friend at Woofstock Park, or kayak to Lake Allatoona from Olde Rope Mill Park. Plans are underway for a new one-hundred-acre park on the east side of town, as well. Woodstock Parks and Recreation hosts festivals, ceremonies, and parades year-round, too. The department has been awarded accreditation by the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies and the National Recreation and Park Association.

City of Woodstock municipal government provides first-class service to citizens, visitors, and stakeholders, and its awards and accreditations confirm that fact.

The Woodstock Police Department is a state-certified law enforcement agency and is accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies. The Woodstock Fire Department maintains an Insurance Services Office rating of one, the best rating possible.


  • The population of Woodstock is approximately 36,198.
  • The median age of residents is thirty-six.
  • The labor force includes about 18,500 workers; 41.9% of workers have a bachelor’s degree.
  • The median household income is approximately $77,300.
  • The median single family home value is approximately $250,000.
  • Residents of Woodstock spend an average of only thirty-three minutes commuting to work.
  • According to Niche.com, Woodstock is the Number One Place to Live in Cherokee County, Number One Place to Raise a Family in Cherokee County, Number One Place for Young Professionals in Cherokee County, and the Suburb with the Best Public Schools in Cherokee County.