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Holly Springs, Georgia Information

Just south of the center of Cherokee County, Georgia, is the city of Holly Springs, which has a total area of 6.7 square miles, nearly all of which is land.  It is bordered to the south by Woodstock and to the north by the county seat of Canton. As of the 2010 census, Holly Springs had a population of 9,189 and is currently serviced by a single zip code of 30142 and three area codes, 770, 678 and 470.  

Holly Springs is ranked #174 in Georgia and #13,201 in the United States with a livability score of 68, which is in the 54th percentile.  The city scored best for great weather, and crime. The average summer temperature is a comfortable 76 degrees, and the crime rate is 39 percent lower than the state of Georgia.

The overall crime rate in Holly Springs is 27% lower than the national average.  For every 100,000 people, there are 5.71 daily crimes that occur in Holly Springs.  Holly Springs is safer than 63% of the cities in the United States. In Holly Springs you have a 1 in 48 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.  The number of total year over year crimes in Holly Springs has increased by 8%.

Of the factors which are used to determine the livability index, Holly Springs does well in the areas of weather and crime.  It scores poorly in the areas of Education, Housing, Employment, Amenities, and Cost of Living.

Mayor, Steven W. Miller
City of Holly Springs
3237 Holly Springs Pkwy.
Holly Springs, GA 30142

Steven W. Miller began his term as Mayor in January 2017.  He lives in Holly Springs with his wife, Heather, and their two children.

Holly Springs City Mayor

Holly Springs, Georgia Crime rates and statistics:

The total crime rate in Holly Springs was 230 total crimes for every 100,000 residents, which is lower than the average in the state of Georgia with 3,402 total crimes per 100,000 persons, and lower than the national average of 2,837 total crimes for every 100,000 citizens.

Holly Springs, Georgia Police Department Address:

The Holly Springs Police Department

3235 Holly Springs Pkwy.
Holly Springs, GA  30142
Ph: (770) 345-5537
Non-Emergency After Hours
Ph: (678) 493-4080
Emergency: 9-1-1

Other Information about the Holly Springs Police Department:

Chief Michael Carswell

Chief Carswell began his tenure with the City with 26 years of public service behind him. From day one, he had his eye on serving the residents of Holly Springs as the Chief of Police. With an impressive education and years of job experience behind him, he was sworn in as the Chief of Police on December 5, 2016. Tommy Keheley is the Deputy Chief.

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Holly Springs City Clerk

Karen Norred, CMC, CHRMP, City Clerk
3237 Holly Springs Parkway

Holly Springs, GA 30115

P.O. Box 990

Holly Springs, GA  30142
Ph: (770) 345-5536 

Fax: (770) 345-0209
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Email Karen

For records from different government agencies in Cherokee County, Georgia:

Cherokee Court Clerk

Patty Baker, Clerk of Superior, State, Juvenile and Magistrate Court

90 North Street
Canton, GA 30114
Hours of Operation, M-F, 8:30am-5:00pm

County Sheriff, Most Wanted, Warrant Information

Sheriff Frank Reynolds

498 Chattin Dr

Canton, GA 30114

(678) 493-4200

Cherokee County Sheriff

Facebook Page for the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office:

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Cherokee County Jail
498 Chattin Dr

Canton, GA 30115

(678) 493-4200

The Cherokee County Adult Detention Center is a 512-bed facility affording housing to individuals both pre-sentence and sentenced.  The primary function of the Adult Detention Center is for the receiving, processing, and, housing of individuals charged with a felony and/or misdemeanor criminal violation.  Those individuals that are unable to make bond remain in the custody until they appear in court. The secondary function is the housing of sentenced inmates. Some inmates are sentenced to serve time for misdemeanor offenses (less than 1 year) and remain in the county facility for the duration of their sentence.  Inmates that receive a court sentence of more than 1 year are considered inmates of the Georgia Department of Corrections and remain in the county facility until they may be received by a facility of the State of Georgia.

Mail Policy at the Cherokee County Jail:

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Most Wanted in Cherokee County:

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