With over 26,000 residents, Toombs County is one of the fastest growing communities in the state. Consider the reasons! It's hard to imagine a more promising home or workplace than Toombs county. Home of the Vidalia Onion, it's considered by many to be the "Onion Capital of the World". The scenic Ohoopee River and the Altamaha River wind their way through the county providing boating, fishing, camping and water skiing. Hunting grounds are plentiful and there are two 18-hole golf courses available in the county. Located half-way between Savannah and Macon, residents have easy access to larger metropolitan areas. The county seat is Lyons, a model community representative of all the finest qualities associated with small town America. We would be pleased to have you visit or "stay a spell" in our community!
Vidalia Onion Festival - Annual celebration of the Vidalia Sweet Onion, with a Fair, an Air Show, a Street Dance, and more!
Ohoopee Regional Library System - Serving Toombs County, Tattnall County and Montgomery County, Georgia. A member of Georgia Library PINES.
Toombs-Montgomery Chamber of Commerce - Community information, newcomer information, government and economic development information, publications, and events calendar.
Vidalia Area Convention and Visitor's Bureau - Official site with information on travel in the area, calendar of events, area attractions, and meeting information.
Meadows Regional Medical Center - Hospital offering Emergency Services, Maternity Care, Pediatrics, Surgical Services, Radiological Services, Sleep Studies, Laboratory Services, and Rehabilitation.
Southeastern Technical College - Southeastern Technical College is a public, two-year institution that provides accessible, quality educational programs and services designed to enhance the ability of our students to participate in Georgia's economic development.
Vidalia Communications - 98Q 97.7 FM, WYUM 101.7 FM, and WVOP 970 AM
ToombsNOW.com - a site that emphasizes the fun and interesting things that are happening in Toombs County, Georgia.