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Kingsland, Georgia Information

The city of Kingsland, Georgia is the place to be each year on Labor Day weekend for their annual Catfish Festival. With a 2010 population of 15,946, this Camden County city’s historical district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994. In 1788, the King family bought large amounts of land west of St. Mary’s and named the plantation Woodlawn. The great-grandson of John King, William King, later built a home on “King’s Land.” On Christmas Day in 1893 the first passenger train (the Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad, today’s CSX Railroad) rolled into Camden County right across King’s property. As Mr. William King’s house was the only one in sight, the railroad company named the area “Kings Land.” With the coming of the railroad, people from all areas began to build in and around Kings Land setting a new era in motion. After the railroad was developed, William Henry King mapped out the town to be located on his property and named it in his honor. Stores and businesses were open, and he became the first mayor when the City of Kingsland was incorporated in 1908. Presumably, this was when the town’s two-word title became only one word. The City’s Police and Volunteer Fire Departments have been traced back to 1942 and 1943, respectively. The first fire truck in the 1940s consisted of an army wagon with a pump on it that would be pulled by the first pickup truck to get there. In the 1950s the first fire truck was built by mounting the old tank and pump on a 1953 Chevrolet chassis. The first factory-built truck was purchased in 1968. In 1973, the first ambulance license was issued to Kingsland Fire Rescue and they served the whole county. In 1969 the City bought its first garbage truck, a Ford Packard and began charging for pickup. Before that time, a flatbed truck was used, and no fee was charged. In April 2007, the largest wild fire in Georgia history, the Bugaboo Scrub Fire started in the nearby Okefenokee Swamp. Kingsland was blanketed in smoke until the fire came under control. The city uses a lone area code of 912 and a single zip code, 31548.

Kingsland is ranked #134 in Georgia and #10,965 in the United States with a livability score of 70, which is in the 62nd percentile. The city scored best for great weather, crime, amenities, and employment. The average summer temperature is a comfortable 81 degrees, crimes are 25 percent lower than the state’s, median household income is four percent higher than Georgia’s and the cost of living is one percent lower than the state of Georgia.

The overall crime rate in Kingsland is 11% lower than the national average. For every 100,000 people, there are 6.95 daily crimes that occur in Kingsland. Kingsland is safer than 42% of the cities in the United States. In Kingsland you have a 1 in 40 chance of becoming a victim of any crime. The number of total year over year crimes in Kingsland has decreased by 31%.

Of the factors which are used to determine the livability index, Kingsland does well in the areas of weather, crime, and cost of living. It scores poorly in Employment, Housing, Education, Amenities, and Education.

Mayor Dr. C Grayson Day
The City of Kingsland, GA
107 South Lee Street
P.O. Box 250
Kingsland, GA 31548
912-729-5613

Mayor Dr. C Grayson Day previously served as Councilman and has been an educator in the community.

Kingsland, Georgia Crime rates and statistics:

In 2016, the crime index in Jackson, Georgia was 168.2 which was lower the United States average of 280.5.

Kingsland City Crime Data

The total crime rate in Kingsland was 421 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.

According to our research of Georgia and other state lists there were 47 registered sex offenders living in Kingsland, Georgia as of June 28, 2018. The ratio of number of residents in Kingsland to the number of sex offenders is 356 to 1.

Kingsland Georgia Police Department

Chief Robert Jones
111 S. Seaboard St.
P.O. Box 1658
Kingsland, GA 31548
Ph: 912-729-8254
Fax: 912-729-8628
rjones@kingslandga.gov

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Kingsland Police Dept

The City of Kingsland Police Department provides law enforcement services to an area measuring over 44 square miles and serves a growing population of over 16,000 residents.

In 2016, there were 35 full-time law enforcement employees, 33 of whom were police officers. This means that in the year 2016 in there were 1.99 police officers for every 1,000 residents in Jackson, Georgia, while the state average in Georgia that same year was 2.50 officers for every 1,000 residents.

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Open Records Request in Kingsland Georgia:

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Kingsland Open Records Request

Jo Seigler, City Clerk
P.O. Box 250
Kingsland, GA 31548
Ph: 912-729-5613
Fax: 912-729-7618
jseigle@kingslandgeorgia.com
Hours: Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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

Camden County Clerk

Katie Bishop, County Clerk
200 E. 4th St.
P. O. Box 99
Woodbine, GA 31569
912-576-5651
kberry@co.camden.ga.us

Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday

The role of County Clerk is that of the official records custodian of all actions taken by the Board of County Commissioners. Responsibilities of the County Clerk include preparing and publishing agendas, preparing minutes and the board meeting notebooks, distributing the board actions to the constitutional officers, department heads, or to anyone else who requests them. Other duties of the Clerk include: Assure compliance with the Open Meetings / Open Records Act; and, Provide requested information regarding records of the Board of County Commissioners as part of public records.

County Sheriff, Most Wanted, Warrant Information

Camden County Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff Jim Proctor
Camden County Georgia
Sheriff’s Office
P.O. Box 699,
Woodbine GA 31569
Phone: (912) 510-5100
Fax: (912) 510-5144

The Camden County Detention Facility
209 East 4th Street
Woodbine GA, 31569.
Phone: (912) 510-5114
After 5pm (912) 510-5100
Fax: (912) 510-5145

Mail Policy at the Camden County Jail:

Camden County Inmate Mail Policy

Information on inmate accounts at the Camden County Jail:

Camden County Inmate Accounts

For information on visitation with an inmate at the Camden County Jail:

Camden County Jail Visitation

Camden County Most Wanted

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Camden County Warrants

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