As of 2010 the population is 83,768. Walton County provides:
Emergency ambulance service
Recreation programs for all ages
Regular monthly Commission Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month.
Creation & Location
Walton County, forty-five miles east of Atlanta in Georgia's Piedmont region, is the state's forty-sixth county. Comprising 329 square miles, it was created by the Lottery Act of 1818 from land originally held by both the Cherokee and Creek Indians and was named for George Walton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and briefly a Georgia governor.
The county seat is Monroe, where the current county courthouse was opened in 2005. The historic county courthouse (the third) was built in 1883; since that time the structure has undergone major restorations and additions.
Walton County has been home to seven Georgia governors: