Conducting Business in Powder Springs
The Business Section is designed to assist those persons conducting or interested in conducting business in the City of Powder Springs.
Community Development Department
For more information on establishing a business, zoning, land use, and planning initiatives, contact the Community Development Department at 770-943-8001, ext. 361 or via email
To open a business in a commercial location, please follow the process outlined below in the Flow Chart. Here you will find links to required documents.
PROCESS TO OPEN A NEW BUSINESS IN A COMMERCIAL LOCATION
All Community Development forms can be found by visiting our forms center.
Economic Development Department
Looking for available sites or information about incentives? Contact the Economic Development Department at 770-943-1666, ext. 356.
A Growing City
Powder Springs is a great community in which to do business. We are a growing city with a dedicated work force and a high level of education and affluence.
High quality affordable government services; outstanding infrastructure; access to a wide variety of cultural, educational and recreational facilities and one of the best climates in the nation combine to make Powder Springs, Georgia, a great place to live and operate a business.
We offer a well established industrial park and over 240 undeveloped acres of land zoned for industrial and commercial use. Building sites are available on a build-to-suit, lease / purchase or space available basis. Additional acreage is also ready for immediate development.
Powder Springs is convenient to Interstates 20, 75 and 285. We are served by a well developed network of multilane highways including the Richard Sailors Parkway, James Parkway, East-West Connector, West Cobb Parkway and Powder Springs Road.
Atlanta's Hartsfield International Airport is close and convenient, and general aviation air service is just 23 miles away with 5 runways up to 5,800 ft. Norfolk-Southern Railroad has a major intermodal shipping facility nearby.
Water and sewer services operate with ample excess capacity, and the area is served by three competing electric utilities, ensuring favorable rates.