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About Decatur Decatur History Leila Ross Wilburn Stephen Decatur We invite you to discover Decatur, online and in person.
We're just minutes east of downtown Atlanta, minutes west of Stone Mountain, and the MARTA rail station is right under our downtown square, so getting here is a breeze. Decatur maintains its own identity while forging bonds with other communities locally, nationally and internationally. Then come and see for yourself why Decatur folks are proud of their community.Migrating from other parts of Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia, they settled mainly on medium to small farms, and the area in what is now De Kalb County was rural and sparsely populated.In 1822, the Georgia General Assembly designated a site for a new courthouse in the newly-established De Kalb County, which is the site of the current Old Courthouse on the Square.On December 10, 1823, the General Assembly incorporated the City of Decatur.The evolution of the city of Decatur can perhaps be best understood by studying the development of its city center, commercial areas, and its neighborhoods.Developed during different decades, with different characteristics, uses, and economic climates, the various city districts and neighborhoods, each with its own unique character, have coalesced into the vibrant and diverse city of modern-day Decatur.
The first European settlers began moving into the area which is now De Kalb County in the early 1820s.
A majority of the early settlers were farmers or skilled tradesmen of English, Scottish, and Irish ancestry.
Decatur has its own official newsletter, the Focus, published 10 times per year and mailed to every household, business and professional license-holder in the city.
January/February and July/August are combined issues. The Decatur Focus is your source for announcements and information about City of Decatur services, downtown development updates, schools, businesses, local events, residents and neighborhood associations.
The newsletter promotes the city and encourages the exchange of information among residents, business owners, and the school system.
Get more information and read the latest issue here.