Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 1904 Classic Revival Courthouse anchors the town square. It is one of 27 Georgia courthouses designed by famed architect James Wingfield Golucke, and remains his most ambitious design.  The courthouse dome rises 100 feet above street level, and a four-face clock in the tower chimes the hour.

SPLOST funds were used to help renovate the Courthouse in 2012, including a full restoration of the beautiful copperwork adorning the dome, cornice, pediments, and railings.  In addition to housing the Probate Court and Coweta County Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Courthouse can be rented for events and filming.

Read more about the restoration and its challenges, or see more images of the stunning interior and exterior of the building.

Coweta County Project

Cost: $7,385,835.06

 Did You Know?

The project was selected for an Excellence in Restoration Award by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. And, copper contractor Steinrock Roofing & Sheet Metal won a North American Copper in Architecture Award from the Copper Development Association for 2010 and a Golden Circle Award from the National Roofing Contractors Association for 2011.