Welcome to the City of Danielsville. A growing community since 1812!

Danielsville was founded in 1812, and grew from a 50 - acre tract purchased for a public square into a small but bustling community. Dominating the downtown area is the historic picturesque Madison County Courthouse, which was built in 1901 from bricks burned on the banks of nearby South Fork Broad River. The Madison County Government moved to a new Government Complex, paving the way for the restoration process. The Madison County Chamber of Commerce now occupies a restored portion of the Historic Courthouse. Several citizen's groups are seeking ways to renovate and use the remaining space.

On the north side of the Old Courthouse Square in Danielsville is a Veteran's Memorial Garden, which honors American men and women who have served their country in all of its armed conflicts. Radiating out from the square are small shops, shady streets and comfortable homes. The County's weekly newspaper, The Madison County Journal, has an office in Danielsville.

The County Seat is named for General Allen Daniel, a veteran of the American Revolution and one of the area's most distinguished native sons, Dr. Crawford W. Long's boyhood home is a historic landmark in the town, he was the first physician to successfully use ether as an anesthetic to relieve pain during surgery.

Carlton, Comer, Colbert and Hull grew up along the railroad and experienced growth and prosperity during the days when cotton was king in the South.

Special Called Meeting for Friday August 4th at 6:30 PM


Remember to keep your grass cut, leaves picked up, and empty any standing water. Due to the warm winter last year, snakes and mosquitos are out. Please stay safe!


The City of Danielsville is currently looking for volunteers to sit on it's Downtown Development Authority (DDA) Committee.  Residents and Business Owners of Danielsville are welcome to volunteer. The City Council would like to use it's DDA to revitalize the city's streetscapes, bring more economic growth, and to host community events for it's citizens.

If you are a person who loves community and shares a vision for economic growth within your community, the City Council would like to invite you to become a part of it's DDA.  Your knowledge of this community, a vision for a better place to live, work, and play, and willingness to be a teamplayer could make you a perfect candidate for this committee. 

For more information, please contact city hall at 706-795-2189 or speak with any of your current City Council Members. 

Holiday Schedule



New Years Day______________01/01
Good Friday________________
Memorial Day_______________05/29
Independence Day___________07/04
Labor Day__________________09/04
Thanksgiving Holiday___11/23 & 11/24
Christmas Holiday_____12/24 & 12/25

Quick Facts

City of Danielsville
10 Government Circle
P.O. Box 339
Danielsville, GA 30633

Telephone : (706) 795-2189
Fax : (888) 295-1935
Email: Cityhall@cityofdanielsville.us

Population: 560 (2010 Census)
Number of Employees: 6
Year Incorporated: 1817
GMA District: 5
RDC: Northeast Georgia
Motorcade: Georgia Regional - Augusta
Congressional District: 10 Paul Broun
State Senate District: 47 
State House District: 30 
Fire Protection Class: 4

What's New!




The City of Danielsville customer's may make payments using their VISA, Mastercard, or Discover Card.  Customer's now have the flexibility of setting up recurring draft payments or pay by phone.  Call our office for more information on these payment options.

Changes to Utility Accounts - Monday, June 25, 2012
Effective JULY 1, 2012 -- New Requirements go into effect for utliity account holders and for property owners having rental property. See the "WATER RATES" Section for details! 

Contact Us

City of Danielsville
10 Government Circle
P.O. Box 339
Danielsville, GA 30633

Telephone: (706) 795-2189
Fax: (888) 295-1935
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Danielsville Elected Officials

Mayor- Todd Higdon

Council Member Seat 1 - Joseph Frederico

Council Member Seat 2 - Libby Loftis

Council Member Seat 3 (Mayor Pro Tem) - Michael Widerman

Council Member Seat 4 - Jon Hendrix