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Below is some general information about Garden City:
Garden City is a city in Chatham County, Georgia, United States. It lies along the Savannah River just northwest of Savannah. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 8,778. Parts industrial and residential, the city is home to much of the heavy industry in Chatham County and also hosts the Port of Savannah, the flagship operation of the Georgia Ports Authority. Garden City is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Commercial activities are traditionally concentrated near the junction of U.S. Highway 80, U.S. Highway 17 and State Highway 21 (an area once known as Traffic Circle), as well as along Augusta Road (Highway 21), where several long term stay hotels, franchise and independently owned fast food restaurants, financial institutions, pawn shops, strip shopping malls, gas stations, car repair shops and automotive retail stores are located.
The oldest inhabited section of Garden City roughly corresponds to the triangle formed by Smith Avenue, U.S. Highway 17 (Main Street) and State Highway 21 corridors. Throughout its history, Garden City has significantly expanded westward and southward. It has acquired several residential subdivisions, which include: Central Junction, Chatham Villa, Rossignol Hill, Sharon Park, The Oaks, Wheat Hill, and Woodlawn Terrace.
Garden City operated under a mayorÐcouncil form of government until 2009. It has adopted a council-administrator style and, by 2011, it will replace its seven at-large council members by one at-large and five district-elected ones. For a list of past and present mayors and council members of Garden City, see Mayors of Garden City, Georgia. As of 2010, Garden City has never collected property taxes.
The Garden City Parks and Recreation Department has year-round programs available for citizens. Youth sports include: Youth Baseball, Girls Fast Pitch Softball, T-Ball, Football, Cheerleading, Soccer, Gymnastics and Basketball. The City also provides non-team activities such as a Summer day camp; Camp Eagle, roller skating, after school programs and a center for senior citizens. Garden City is home to five public parks. All are managed by the municipal City Parks & Recreation Department, headquartered at 160B Priscilla D. Thomas Way, Garden City, GA 31408.
Source: Garden City on Wikipedia