Basic information about the Jackson County
The Jackson County is located in the state of Georgia. This county occupies 344 square miles, with 4 square miles being water areas. There are 60.485 inhabitants living in the county according to the 2010 Census. As for the racial makeup of Jackson County citizens, the 3 largest groups are White (86.79%), followed by Black or African American (6.78%) and Some Other Race (2.73%). There are 21.343 households in the county, while 77,21% of them are family households and 22,79% represent non family households. There are 9 cities and towns in Jackson County. The most populated city is Jefferson city and the smallest town or village is Talmo town.