Catoosa County, Georgia

Located along the Tennessee border in Northwest Georgia, Catoosa County is around 100 miles northwest of Atlanta and 17 miles south of Chattanooga, Tennessee. With a population of over 66,000, the County consists of two major cities, Ringgold – the county seat, and Fort Oglethorpe.

Catoosa County is located on I-75 and is only 15 miles to the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport and 110 miles to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

The highly skilled workforce is bolstered by a partnership between the Catoosa County Public School System and Georgia Northwestern Technical College Catoosa County Campus. GNTC Catoosa County produces workers that have acquired the unique skills needed for the industries in the area.

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