Liberty County, Georgia is located in the southeastern region of the United States, with a population of 64,000 people. It is part of the Hinesville-Fort Stewart Metropolitan Statistical Area, which has a population of over 130,000 people. The median household income in Liberty County is $52,000, which is slightly below the national median of $57,000. The median age of the population is 33 years old, which is slightly lower than the national average of 37 years old.
The economy of Liberty County is largely driven by the military presence in the area. Fort Stewart, the largest Army installation east of the Mississippi River, is located in the county and provides a significant economic boost to the area. Other major employers in the county include the Liberty Regional Medical Center, the Liberty County Board of Education, and the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office.
The demographics of Liberty County are diverse, with a population that is approximately 56% white, 32% African American, 8% Hispanic, and 4% Asian. The county is also home to a large military population, with approximately 18% of the population being active duty or retired military personnel.
Education in Liberty County is provided by the Liberty County School System, which consists of 16 elementary schools, four middle schools, and four high schools. The school system also operates an adult education center and a technical college. The county is also home to two private schools, Liberty Christian Academy and First Presbyterian Christian Academy.
Real estate in Liberty County is affordable, with the median home value being $145,000. The median rent is $1,100 per month, which is slightly lower than the national median of $1,200 per month. The area is also home to a wide variety of housing options, ranging from single-family homes to townhomes and condominiums. The county is also home to several planned communities, such as the Waterford Plantation and the Richmond Hill Plantation.