Welcome to Senoia, Georgia

Hello and welcome to Senoia,

Senoia is a special place. Here you will find the historic charm of years past designed with an eye toward the future.

Senoia is known worldwide for its well-deserved television and cinematic successes; having more than two dozen television shows and movies to its credit. Senoia is so much more! The people who call it home are truly what make Senoia so special. Our community spirit and involvement is a very special thing. That proud spirit sets us apart.

I hope that you will come and be a part of this very special place. Who knows, you may see an occasional zombie, or relive Buddy and Idgie's conversation about that special oyster in the old oak tree.


See you soon,

Larry Owens


News & Events

The Atlanta Regional Commission is conducting a region-wide survey to learn more about how people think innovative technologies, like driverless cars, advanced teleworking capabilities, more integrated apps, and additional transit-connected job centers will impact the way we live, work and travel over the next 25 years.

The input gathered through this survey will help ARC develop and update the Regionís Plan, which is a long-range comprehensive plan for transportation, land use, community development, water quality, workforce training, arts and culture, as well as aging and health resources. The survey is visual, interactive and brief. It allows for open-ended comments throughout and is open from now through the end of March 2015.


The Cupid Chase Road Race

The 3rd Annual Cupid Chase 15K, 5K and 1 Mile will be held Saturday, February 7, 2015, in beautiful downtown Senoia, GA to benefit CURE, Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy. CURE is a nonprofit organization dedicated to finding a cure for epilepsy by raising funds for research and by increasing awareness of the prevalence and devastation of this disease. CURE was founded by parents of children with epilepsy who were unwilling to sit back and accept the lack of resources, knowledge, and/or treatment options for the disease. My name is Mikki Lewis, and I, too, am a parent searching for a cure. Six years ago, my family’s life was changed forever when at age six, my daughter Hadley was diagnosed with epilepsy. While the diagnosis and its unknowns have been challenging for our family, we have elected to use our journey to create awareness and funding in the efforts to impact the lives of Hadley and others.

Please join us as our community comes together to inspire, provide hope, encourage, and motivate those that suffer or know those that suffer from the disease and its mysteries, as well as honor the memory of those whose lives have been lost.

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Volunteers Needed at the Senoia Welcome Center

The Welcome Center on Main Street is in need of volunteers for several shifts including the third Saturday of each month from 11-3. Volunteering at the Welcome Center is a fun way to meet visitors and residents alike and tell them about our great town of Senoia! If you are interested, please call Suzanne Helfman at 770-599-1232.