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Stockbridge, Georgia

Stockbridge is a city in Henry County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census the population was 25,637, up from 9,853 in 2000.

Stockbridge, Georgia
Stockbridge City Hall
Location in Henry County and the state of Georgia
Stockbridge
Location of Stockbridge in Metro Atlanta
Coordinates:33°32′3″N84°13′52″W /33.53417°N 84.23111°W /33.53417; -84.23111Coordinates: 33°32′3″N84°13′52″W /33.53417°N 84.23111°W /33.53417; -84.23111
CountryUnited States
StateGeorgia
CountyHenry
Named forLevi Stockbridge
Government
MayorAnthony S. Ford
Area
• Total13.79 sq mi (35.72 km2)
• Land13.67 sq mi (35.41 km2)
• Water0.12 sq mi (0.31 km2)
Elevation
801 ft (244 m)
Population
• Total25,636
• Estimate
(2019)
29,904
• Density2,187.56/sq mi (844.62/km2)
Time zoneUTC-5 (Eastern (EST))
• Summer (DST)UTC-4 (EDT)
ZIP code
30281
Area code(s)770/678/470
FIPS code13-73704
GNIS feature ID0342357
Websitewww.cityofstockbridge.com

Stockbridge is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area.

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The area was settled in 1829 when Concord Methodist Church was organized near present-day Old Stagecoach Road. It was granted a post office on April 5, 1847, named for a traveling professor, Levi Stockbridge, who passed through the area many times before the post office was built. He was said to be well known and respected in his namesake community. Others contend that the city was named after Thomas Stock, who was State Surveyor and president of the Georgia State Senate in the 1820s.

In 1881, the East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad was to pass through Stockbridge between Macon and Atlanta. The settlers who owned the land about Old Stockbridge asked such a high price for their land that two prominent Atlanta citizens, John W. Grant and George W. Adair, bought a tract about a mile south of Old Stockbridge and offered lots at a reasonable price. Here the railroad built their depot and many lots were sold. The depot was located about 600 feet (180 m) north of what is now North Henry Blvd but was destroyed by the Southern Railway in the early 1980s.

Stockbridge was incorporated as a town in 1895 and as a city on August 6, 1920, turning 100 years old on August 6, 2020.

The Aaron and Margaret Parker Jr. House and Walden-Turner House in Stockbridge are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Naming mystery

On May 6, 1992, Mayor Rudy Kelley received a letter from John Stockbridge of South Carolina requesting a letter of "Greeting" from the City of Stockbridge to the attendees of the first reunion of the Stockbridge family. In his letter, he mentioned that he grew up in Georgia and had been told as a child that the city of Stockbridge was named after his great-great-grandfather Levi Stockbridge, who had traveled back and forth from the North to his property in Florida and stopped here on his journey.

Levi Stockbridge was born on March 13, 1820, and fits the time frame just prior to the Civil War. Levi would have been 27 years of age when Stockbridge was assigned a post office in 1847.

Until May 6, 1992, there had never been a name other than Professor Stockbridge. At that time, Levi Stockbridge was mentioned as the person for whom the city may have been named.

It is not certain that Levi Stockbridge was the individual for whom the citizens of the community named their post office and village. However, through John Stockbridge's letters and many conversations with him, it is believed that this is the rightful Professor Stockbridge who had been unknown for 146 years.

Recent history

Eminent domain controversy

In late 2005 the City of Stockbridge engaged in a controversial preemptive use of eminent domain to buy over 16 acres (65,000 m2) of land near the current city hall running along East Atlanta Road. The city reportedly wanted to build a new city hall, park/square, and a small tract of land for new and more desirable business to incorporate a new image for the city. Stockbridge became the focus of national news and was also one of the largest issues in the 2006 Georgia General Assembly and their efforts to prevent abuse of eminent domain.

Many of the citizens of Stockbridge and Henry County were surprised by the apparent abuse of eminent domain by the city. Early in 2006, a protest was organized by the NAACP and supported by the Republican and Libertarian parties from the county. Syndicated Atlanta talk show host Neal Boortz said during his show, "Private property rights are dead in Stockbridge, Georgia," and called members of the Stockbridge City Council "sorry bastards".

Stockbridge City Hall blocking view of opposing candidates' signs (30 October 2009)

The Henry County Board of Commissioners took a stance on the issue by unanimously approving a non-binding resolution that the county would not take land for economic development purposes. However, the county legally has no say in what the City of Stockbridge can do with its land and its use of eminent domain. Many have said this was just a political strategy, as Henry County has been shown in recent voting history to be one of the most conservative counties in the Atlanta metro area, consistently voting Republican in early 21st century presidential elections. (However, as the population grew, the county voted Democratic in the 2016 and 2020 elections.)

The conflict between the city and the property owners came to an end on February 2, 2007, as the Georgia Court of Appeals threw out the condemnation. Only one store, a local florist, beat the eminent domain and was allowed to keep its store and property. A brick fence was erected around the florist shop to separate it from the new City Hall.

New city hall

The fountain across from City Hall (01 May 2010)

After February 2007, the city had plans drawn up to build the new city hall. The plans called for the new city hall, park, and green space to be built around the florist's shop that started the now famous eminent domain lawsuit.

The city said that the new development would strengthen the old and worn-down downtown business district. Stockbridge City Manager Ted Strickland said that the new city hall was absolutely necessary, because some current city employees were working out of closets and supply rooms.

Secession movement

A group of residents in Stockbridge attempted to secede to form their own community called Eagle's Landing in the 2018 general election. The referendum was defeated.

Stockbridge is located in northwestern Henry County at 33°32′3″N84°13′52″W /33.53417°N 84.23111°W /33.53417; -84.23111 (33.534068, -84.231185). Its northwestern border follows the Clayton County line. Some unincorporated areas in Rockdale County have a Stockbridge mailing address, without actually being a part of the City of Stockbridge.

U.S. Route 23 is the main road through the center of the city, leading northwest 20 miles (32 km) to downtown Atlanta and southeast 9 miles (14 km) to McDonough, the Henry County seat. Interstate 75 passes through the southwest side of the city, with access from Exits 222, 224, and 228. I-75 leads northwest to Atlanta and southeast 64 miles (103 km) to Macon. Interstate 675 splits from I-75 in northwestern Stockbridge and provides access to the city from its Exit 1.

According to the United States Census Bureau, Stockbridge has a total area of 13.4 square miles (34.8 km2), of which 13.3 square miles (34.5 km2) are land and 0.1 square miles (0.3 km2), or 0.97%, are water.

Historical population
Census Pop.
1890287
1920386
19303921.6%
194044313.0%
195071761.9%
19601,20167.5%
19701,56130.0%
19802,10334.7%
19903,35959.7%
20009,853193.3%
201025,636160.2%
2019 (est.)29,90416.6%
U.S. Decennial Census

2000 census

At the 2000 census there were 9,853 people in 3,749 households, including 2,654 families, in the city. The population density was 900.0 people per square mile (347.4/km2). There were 3,991 housing units at an average density of 364.6 per square mile (140.7/km2). The racial makeup of the city was 71.63% White, 20.51% African American, 0.27% Native American, 4.55% Asian, 0.13% Pacific Islander, 1.44% from other races, and 1.46% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino people of any race were 4.21%.

Of the 3,749 households 39.7% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 51.7% were married couples living together, 14.4% had a female householder with no husband present, and 29.2% were non-families. 22.3% of households were one person and 4.5% were one person aged 65 or older. The average household size was 2.61 and the average family size was 3.06.

The age distribution was 28.3% under the age of 18, 8.8% from 18 to 24, 38.1% from 25 to 44, 18.1% from 45 to 64, and 6.7% 65 or older. The median age was 31 years. For every 100 females, there were 91.4 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 85.2 males.

The median household income was $48,296 and the median family income was $51,341. Males had a median income of $38,457 versus $28,938 for females. The per capita income for the city was $21,380. 6.8% of the population and 6.0% of families were below the poverty line. 5.9% of those under the age of 18 and 17.1% of those 65 and older were living below the poverty line.

2010 census

At the 2010 census, there were 25,636 people, 9,499 households, and 6,536 families in the city. The population density was 1,927.5 inhabitants per square mile (744.2/km2). There were 10,312 housing units at an average density of 775.4 per square mile (299.4/km2). The racial makeup of the city was 28.8% white, 55.7% black or African American, 7.6% Asian, 0.3% American Indian, 0.1% Pacific islander, 3.8% from other races, and 3.7% from two or more races. Those of Hispanic or Latino origin made up 9.5% of the population.

Of the 9,499 households, 41.2% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 41.6% were married couples living together, 22.0% had a female householder with no husband present, 31.2% were non-families, and 26.6% of households were made up of individuals. The average household size was 2.70 and the average family size was 3.29. The median age was 33.8 years.

The Stockbridge city council has five councilmembers, holding council meetings on the second Monday of each month. As of February 2020, the current mayor of Stockbridge is Anthony S. Ford, whose term expires on December 31, 2021.

  • Clark Community Park
  • Gardner Park
  • Memorial Park
  • Monument Park at Eagle's Landing
  • Reeves Creek Trail
  • Eagles Landing Country Club
  • Bridgefest - held annually on the last weekend in September
  • Holiday Gala - held annually
  • Sounds of Summer concert series - held annually on City Hall lawn
  • Screen on the Green held annually - hosted by Stockbridge Main Street

Public schools

Stockbridge is served by the Henry County School District. Schools serving the Stockbridge area include:

  • Cotton Indian Elementary School
  • Dutchtown High, Middle and Elementary
  • Eagles Landing Middle & High
  • Flippen Elementary
  • Pate's Creek Elementary School
  • Pleasant Grove Elementary School
  • Red Oak Elementary School
  • Smith Barnes Elementary School
  • Stockbridge Elementary School
  • Stockbridge High School
  • Stockbridge Middle School
  • Woodland Elementary School
  • Woodland High School
  • Woodland Middle School

Private schools

Transportation

Stockbridge is served by the following highways:


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Stockbridge, Georgia
Stockbridge Georgia Language Watch Edit Stockbridge is a city in Henry County Georgia United States As of the 2010 census the population was 25 637 5 up from 9 853 in 2000 Stockbridge GeorgiaCityStockbridge City HallLocation in Henry County and the state of GeorgiaStockbridgeLocation of Stockbridge in Metro AtlantaCoordinates 33 32 3 N 84 13 52 W 33 53417 N 84 23111 W 33 53417 84 23111 Coordinates 33 32 3 N 84 13 52 W 33 53417 N 84 23111 W 33 53417 84 23111CountryUnited StatesStateGeorgiaCountyHenryNamed forLevi StockbridgeGovernment MayorAnthony S FordArea 1 Total13 79 sq mi 35 72 km2 Land13 67 sq mi 35 41 km2 Water0 12 sq mi 0 31 km2 Elevation801 ft 244 m Population 2010 Total25 636 Estimate 2019 2 29 904 Density2 187 56 sq mi 844 62 km2 Time zoneUTC 5 Eastern EST Summer DST UTC 4 EDT ZIP code30281Area code s 770 678 470FIPS code13 73704 3 GNIS feature ID0342357 4 Websitewww wbr cityofstockbridge wbr com Stockbridge is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area Contents 1 History 1 1 Naming mystery 1 2 Recent history 1 2 1 Eminent domain controversy 1 2 2 New city hall 1 3 Secession movement 2 Geography 3 Demographics 3 1 2000 census 3 2 2010 census 4 Government 5 Parks and recreation 6 Education 6 1 Public schools 6 2 Private schools 7 Infrastructure 7 1 Transportation 8 Notable people 9 Media 10 References 11 External linksHistory EditThe area was settled in 1829 when Concord Methodist Church was organized near present day Old Stagecoach Road It was granted a post office on April 5 1847 named for a traveling professor Levi Stockbridge who passed through the area many times before the post office was built He was said to be well known and respected in his namesake community Others contend that the city was named after Thomas Stock who was State Surveyor and president of the Georgia State Senate in the 1820s In 1881 the East Tennessee Virginia and Georgia Railroad was to pass through Stockbridge between Macon and Atlanta The settlers who owned the land about Old Stockbridge asked such a high price for their land that two prominent Atlanta citizens John W Grant and George W Adair bought a tract about a mile south of Old Stockbridge and offered lots at a reasonable price Here the railroad built their depot and many lots were sold The depot was located about 600 feet 180 m north of what is now North Henry Blvd but was destroyed by the Southern Railway in the early 1980s Stockbridge was incorporated as a town in 1895 and as a city on August 6 1920 turning 100 years old on August 6 2020 6 The Aaron and Margaret Parker Jr House and Walden Turner House in Stockbridge are listed on the National Register of Historic Places Naming mystery Edit On May 6 1992 Mayor Rudy Kelley received a letter from John Stockbridge of South Carolina requesting a letter of Greeting from the City of Stockbridge to the attendees of the first reunion of the Stockbridge family In his letter he mentioned that he grew up in Georgia and had been told as a child that the city of Stockbridge was named after his great great grandfather Levi Stockbridge who had traveled back and forth from the North to his property in Florida and stopped here on his journey Levi Stockbridge was born on March 13 1820 and fits the time frame just prior to the Civil War Levi would have been 27 years of age when Stockbridge was assigned a post office in 1847 Until May 6 1992 there had never been a name other than Professor Stockbridge At that time Levi Stockbridge was mentioned as the person for whom the city may have been named It is not certain that Levi Stockbridge was the individual for whom the citizens of the community named their post office and village However through John Stockbridge s letters and many conversations with him it is believed that this is the rightful Professor Stockbridge who had been unknown for 146 years Recent history Edit Eminent domain controversy Edit In late 2005 the City of Stockbridge engaged in a controversial preemptive use of eminent domain to buy over 16 acres 65 000 m2 of land near the current city hall running along East Atlanta Road The city reportedly wanted to build a new city hall park square and a small tract of land for new and more desirable business to incorporate a new image for the city Stockbridge became the focus of national news and was also one of the largest issues in the 2006 Georgia General Assembly and their efforts to prevent abuse of eminent domain Many of the citizens of Stockbridge and Henry County were surprised by the apparent abuse of eminent domain by the city Early in 2006 a protest was organized by the NAACP and supported by the Republican and Libertarian parties from the county Syndicated Atlanta talk show host Neal Boortz said during his show Private property rights are dead in Stockbridge Georgia and called members of the Stockbridge City Council sorry bastards Stockbridge City Hall blocking view of opposing candidates signs 30 October 2009 The Henry County Board of Commissioners took a stance on the issue by unanimously approving a non binding resolution that the county would not take land for economic development purposes However the county legally has no say in what the City of Stockbridge can do with its land and its use of eminent domain Many have said this was just a political strategy as Henry County has been shown in recent voting history to be one of the most conservative counties in the Atlanta metro area consistently voting Republican in early 21st century presidential elections However as the population grew the county voted Democratic in the 2016 and 2020 elections The conflict between the city and the property owners came to an end on February 2 2007 as the Georgia Court of Appeals threw out the condemnation Only one store a local florist beat the eminent domain and was allowed to keep its store and property 7 A brick fence was erected around the florist shop to separate it from the new City Hall New city hall Edit The fountain across from City Hall 01 May 2010 After February 2007 the city had plans drawn up to build the new city hall The plans called for the new city hall park and green space to be built around the florist s shop that started the now famous eminent domain lawsuit The city said that the new development would strengthen the old and worn down downtown business district Stockbridge City Manager Ted Strickland said that the new city hall was absolutely necessary because some current city employees were working out of closets and supply rooms 8 Secession movement Edit A group of residents in Stockbridge attempted to secede to form their own community called Eagle s Landing in the 2018 general election 9 The referendum was defeated 10 11 Geography EditStockbridge is located in northwestern Henry County at 33 32 3 N 84 13 52 W 33 53417 N 84 23111 W 33 53417 84 23111 33 534068 84 231185 12 Its northwestern border follows the Clayton County line Some unincorporated areas in Rockdale County have a Stockbridge mailing address without actually being a part of the City of Stockbridge U S Route 23 is the main road through the center of the city leading northwest 20 miles 32 km to downtown Atlanta and southeast 9 miles 14 km to McDonough the Henry County seat Interstate 75 passes through the southwest side of the city with access from Exits 222 224 and 228 I 75 leads northwest to Atlanta and southeast 64 miles 103 km to Macon Interstate 675 splits from I 75 in northwestern Stockbridge and provides access to the city from its Exit 1 According to the United States Census Bureau Stockbridge has a total area of 13 4 square miles 34 8 km2 of which 13 3 square miles 34 5 km2 are land and 0 1 square miles 0 3 km2 or 0 97 are water 5 Demographics EditHistorical populationCensus Pop 1890287 1920386 19303921 6 194044313 0 195071761 9 19601 20167 5 19701 56130 0 19802 10334 7 19903 35959 7 20009 853193 3 201025 636160 2 2019 est 29 904 2 16 6 U S Decennial Census 13 2000 census Edit At the 2000 census there were 9 853 people in 3 749 households including 2 654 families in the city The population density was 900 0 people per square mile 347 4 km2 There were 3 991 housing units at an average density of 364 6 per square mile 140 7 km2 The racial makeup of the city was 71 63 White 20 51 African American 0 27 Native American 4 55 Asian 0 13 Pacific Islander 1 44 from other races and 1 46 from two or more races Hispanic or Latino people of any race were 4 21 3 Of the 3 749 households 39 7 had children under the age of 18 living with them 51 7 were married couples living together 14 4 had a female householder with no husband present and 29 2 were non families 22 3 of households were one person and 4 5 were one person aged 65 or older The average household size was 2 61 and the average family size was 3 06 The age distribution was 28 3 under the age of 18 8 8 from 18 to 24 38 1 from 25 to 44 18 1 from 45 to 64 and 6 7 65 or older The median age was 31 years For every 100 females there were 91 4 males For every 100 females age 18 and over there were 85 2 males The median household income was 48 296 and the median family income was 51 341 Males had a median income of 38 457 versus 28 938 for females The per capita income for the city was 21 380 6 8 of the population and 6 0 of families were below the poverty line 5 9 of those under the age of 18 and 17 1 of those 65 and older were living below the poverty line 2010 census Edit At the 2010 census there were 25 636 people 9 499 households and 6 536 families in the city 14 The population density was 1 927 5 inhabitants per square mile 744 2 km2 There were 10 312 housing units at an average density of 775 4 per square mile 299 4 km2 15 The racial makeup of the city was 28 8 white 55 7 black or African American 7 6 Asian 0 3 American Indian 0 1 Pacific islander 3 8 from other races and 3 7 from two or more races Those of Hispanic or Latino origin made up 9 5 of the population 14 Of the 9 499 households 41 2 had children under the age of 18 living with them 41 6 were married couples living together 22 0 had a female householder with no husband present 31 2 were non families and 26 6 of households were made up of individuals The average household size was 2 70 and the average family size was 3 29 The median age was 33 8 years 14 Government EditThe Stockbridge city council has five councilmembers holding council meetings on the second Monday of each month As of February 2020 the current mayor of Stockbridge is Anthony S Ford whose term expires on December 31 2021 16 17 Parks and recreation EditClark Community Park Gardner Park Memorial Park Monument Park at Eagle s Landing Reeves Creek Trail Eagles Landing Country Club Bridgefest held annually on the last weekend in September Holiday Gala held annually Sounds of Summer concert series held annually on City Hall lawn Screen on the Green held annually hosted by Stockbridge Main StreetEducation EditPublic schools Edit Stockbridge is served by the Henry County School District Schools serving the Stockbridge area include Cotton Indian Elementary School Dutchtown High Middle and Elementary Eagles Landing Middle amp High Flippen Elementary Pate s Creek Elementary School Pleasant Grove Elementary School Red Oak Elementary School Smith Barnes Elementary School Stockbridge Elementary School Stockbridge High School Stockbridge Middle School Woodland Elementary School Woodland High School Woodland Middle SchoolPrivate schools Edit Community Christian School Mount Vernon Christian Academy Sunbrook Academy at Stockbridge 18 Infrastructure EditTransportation Edit Xpress GA provides local bus service Berry Hill Airport is a private airport located east of town and has no scheduled air service Stockbridge is served by the following highways Interstate 75 Interstate 675 U S Highway 23 Georgia State Route 42 Georgia State Route 138 Georgia State Route 401 Georgia State Route 413Notable people EditMark O Barton spree killer Joey Clanton race car driver Kyle Davies professional baseball player Max Gresham stock car racing driver Mark Hall lead singer of contemporary Christian band Casting Crowns Bruce Irvin NFL player Seattle Seahawks Martin Luther King Sr Baptist pastor missionary and early leader in the American Civil Rights Movement father of Martin Luther King Jr Phil McCullough professional baseball player Lee H Phillips awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Korean War Dean Roland Ed Roland and Will Turpin of the alternative rock band Collective Soul Ricky Sanders race car driver Ken Sagoes Actor writer Joycelyn Savage R Kelly s girlfriend Jeffrey Dewberry baker appeared on Hells Kitchen Season 1 Kendrick Borst Award winning scholar 19 Media EditThe Netflix television show Stranger Things was partially filmed in Stockbridge Now closed Patrick Henry High School was used for the middle and high school scenes Smokin Cues was also a filming location for the show A scene in Furious 7 the seventh film of the Fast and Furious franchise was filmed at the Vulcan Materials Company s rock quarry Patrick Henry High School was used to film the middle school scenes of the horror film Brightburn A scene from We Are Marshall was filmed at the W D Miller Store in Stockbridge References Edit 2019 U S Gazetteer Files United States Census Bureau Retrieved July 9 2020 a b Population and Housing Unit Estimates United States Census Bureau May 24 2020 Retrieved May 27 2020 a b U S Census website United States Census Bureau Retrieved 2008 01 31 US Board on Geographic Names United States Geological Survey 2007 10 25 Retrieved 2008 01 31 a b Geographic Identifiers 2010 Demographic Profile Data G001 Stockbridge city Georgia American Factfinder U S Census Bureau Retrieved May 18 2017 dead link Krakow Kenneth K 1975 Georgia Place Names Their History and Origins PDF Macon GA Winship Press p 213 ISBN 0 915430 00 2 Archived copy Archived from the original on 2007 09 27 Retrieved 2007 02 03 CS1 maint archived copy as title link Archived copy Archived from the original on 2007 09 27 Retrieved 2007 07 09 CS1 maint archived copy as title link Roark Monroe October 31 2018 Stockbridge residents to vote on referendum Henry County Times Retrieved November 6 2018 Stafford Leon November 28 2018 Stockbridge spent more than 600 000 to defeat Eagle s Landing cityhood The Atlanta Journal Constitution Retrieved November 30 2018 Note Recent Legislation Georgia Authorizes the Creation of the City of Eagle s Landing 132 Harv L Rev 2410 2019 US Gazetteer files 2010 2000 and 1990 United States Census Bureau 2011 02 12 Retrieved 2011 04 23 Census of Population and Housing Census gov Retrieved June 4 2015 a b c DP 1 Profile of General Population and Housing Characteristics 2010 Demographic Profile Data United States Census Bureau Archived from the original on 2020 02 13 Retrieved 2016 11 28 Population Housing Units Area and Density 2010 County United States Census Bureau Archived from the original on 2020 02 13 Retrieved 2016 11 28 Stockbridge Mayor amp City Council City of Stockbridge GA City of Stockbridge Retrieved February 11 2020 Mayor City of Stockbridge GA City of Stockbridge Retrieved February 11 2020 Childcare in Stockbridge Georgia Sunbrook Academy at Stockbridge sunbrookacademy com Retrieved 16 April 2018 ARMS Science Fair Winners henry k12 ga us Retrieved 16 April 2018 External links EditCity of Stockbridge official website Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Stockbridge Georgia amp oldid 1045033198, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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