Small Business Resources

Important COVID-19 Information

CDC Information – How to Protect Yourself  & What to do if you think you are infected?

Troup County Government Coronovirus COVID-19 Information

City of LaGrange COVID-19 Coronovirus Information

Troup County Schools Coronovirus Information

Georgia Coronavirus Map and Case Count

Coronavirus: Information for Georiga County Officials

Troup Economic Recovery Resources

Our Team is dedicated to helping you and your business find the right resources to get Troup County back on its feet!

COVID-19 Testing Sites in Troup County

  • LaGrange Medical Center – Urgent Care
    • 309 Vernon St., LaGrange
  • CVS Drug Store
    • Roanoke Rd. LaGrange
  • Paul A.M.E. Church
    • Poplar St., Hogansville (10 a.m. – Free)
  • Emory Healthcare
    • 303 Smith Street (By Appointment Only)

LaGrange Community Feeds the Frontline!

Community members now have an easy way to thank our frontline workers.

Many local restaurants have recently received donations from grateful citizens seeking to thank frontline workers with fresh cooked meals. The Downtown LaGrange Development Authority staff has established a website to manage community online donations: The contributions will be pooled with other donations from the community and used to pay for meals or surprise packages fulfilled through participating local restaurants and retailers. Please contact the DLDA, 706.298.4533, if your company is interested in participating in this initiative or if your frontline workers should be added to the meal rotation.

Together We Pledge!

Together, Harris and Troup County are working hard to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Help keep Harris and Troup County and our visitors healthy from COVID-19 by taking the Together We Pledge today. Many Harris and Troup County businesses have take the Together We Pledge, an initiative to keep employees, residents, and visitors healthy and safe. Visit the website, to learn more.


EAC = (Total Lab Proven Cases in last 3 weeks) – (dead from Covid in last 3 weeks)

Information provided by Dr. Ken Gordon.

Estimated Active Cases are calculated by the author starting with figures collected daily from the WHO, NY Times, Georgia Department of Public Health and the Alabama Reporter which report official figures daily. Totals for proven cases are added for three weeks and deaths are subtracted from this total. This number can rise or fall depending on recent disease activity.