Cartersville, Georgia

Cartersville is the hometown of a number of notable citizens, including Ronnie Brown (NFL), Cledus T Judd (singer), Rebecca Latimer Felton (First Female US Senator), and Samuel Porter Jones (Evangelist). In recent years, Cartersville has been the beneficiary of the sprawl of Metro Atlanta, both from a residential and industrial perspective. The city sits alongside the Etowah River and Lake Allatoona, creating a hub for summertime recreation.


Population: 20,319

Median Household Income: $47,611

Violent Crime per 1,000 residents: 3.94