Roads, Engineering & Sanitation

Troup County Roads & Engineering
100 Sam Walker Dr.
LaGrange, Georgia 30241

Phone: 706-883-1713
Fax: 706-883-1607
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.- 4 p.m.

James Emery
County Engineer

Convenience Center Locations

Hillcrest Convenience Center
30 Hillcrest Road
LaGrange, GA 30241
Tues-Sat 7a.m.-7:30p.m.

Abbottsford Convenience Center
40 Abbottsford Road
LaGrange, GA 30240
Tues-Sat 7a.m.-6p.m.

Cattle Barn
3610 Hogansville Road
LaGrange, GA 30241
Tues-Sat 6:30a.m.-7p.m.

Gray Hill Convenience Center
65 Gray Hill School Road
West Point, GA 31833
Tues-Sat 6:30a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Oak Grove Convenience Center
85 Oak Grove Road
LaGrange, GA 30241
Tues-Sat 6:15a.m.-5:15p.m.

Mobley Bridge Convenience Center
2601 Mobley Bridge Road
Hogansville, GA 30230
Tues-Sat 6:45a.m.-6:45p.m.

Knott Road Convenience Center
80 Knott Road
LaGrange, GA 30241
Tues-Sat 6:15a.m.-6:30p.m.

Reed Road Convenience Center
172 Reed Road
West Point, GA 31833
Tues-Sat 6:45a.m.-5p.m

Liberty Hill Convenience Center
1504 Liberty Hill Road
LaGrange, GA 30240
Tues-Sat 7:15a.m. -6:15p.m.

Attendant Assisted Convenience Center Locations

711 Old West Point Road
LaGrange, GA 30240
Mon-Sat 7a.m.-6p.m. / Sun 1p.m.-6p.m.

Work Camp Hamilton Road Convenience Center
2490 Hamilton Road
LaGrange, GA 30241
Daily 7a.m. -6p.m.

Troup County C + D Landfill / Mountville Convenience Center
174 Parmer Road
LaGrange, GA 30241
Mon-Fri 7a.m.-5 p.m.

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Did You Know?

  • Georgia is one of the top 10 recycling states in the nation.
  • There are more than 400 recycling businesses in Georgia, employing over 13,000 Georgians.
  • Recycling one aluminum can saves enough energy to run a television for three hours.
  • Georgia firms process over 12 million scrap tires annually.
  • Recycling a glass bottle can save enough energy to light 100-watt bulb for 4 hours.
  • Five recycled two-liter plastic bottles yield enough fibers for an extra large T-shirt.
  • Since 1991 more than 2.3 million Christmas trees have been recycled in Georgia.
  • Click here to view the building/construction progress of the "Largest Boat Ramp to be Pushed into Place at Pyne Road Park".
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How to Buy Recycled

Every time you go to the grocery store you are likely to be buying products in packages made partially or entirely of recovered materials. Almost all cereal, cracker, and cake mix boxes are made of 100% recycled paperboard. Steel cans and glass bottles also contain high percentages of recovered materials. Paper towels and tissues may be made entirely or partially of recovered

At the office supply store there are choices to make. Whether you are looking for copier paper, printer paper, fine writing paper, envelopes, or toner cartridges, there are likely to be products made partially or entirely of recovered materials, so be sure to read the labels. Look for the highest percentage of recycled content you can find.

No matter where you live, you probably have access to recycled content products in your stores. These four materials almost always have a significant amount of recycled content even though many such products are not often labeled a “recycled”:

· Steel, including food cans, cars, appliances, bicycles, furniture
nails...anything made with steel;

· Aluminum, including beverage cans;

· Glass bottles and jars;

· Paperboard products such as cereal boxes, mailing containers, jigsaw
puzzles, and game boards.

Wherever you are, at the hardware store, auto supply store, shoe store, pharmacy, or shopping center, you are likely to find products made of, or packaged in, recycled material. These products may contain recycled content:

· Paper Products -- facial tissues, toilet paper, paper towels, napkins, corrugated card-board boxes, writing paper, greeting cards, copier and printer paper, and office paper products.

· Plastic Bottles -- bottles and jugs containing liquid laundry detergent, dishwashing liquids, shampoos, and household cleaners.

· Other products -- re-refined motor oil, fiberfill for sleeping bags, carpeting, pencils, recycling bins, clothing, building insulation, wallboard, tile, and many more products.

Read the labels!

Here are two definitions you may see when looking for recycled content

· Pre-consumer content refers to material such as factory trimmings, damaged or obsolete products, and overruns generated by manufacturers. Such materials have been recycled for decades.

· Post-consumer content refers to material that has served its intended use and has been recycled by a consumer or business. By looking for the highest post-consumer content you can find, you help build demand for material collected in community and office recycling programs.

On November 15, Keep Troup Beautiful is joining organizations across the US to celebrate America Recycles Day. Troup County residents can support America Recycles Day by simply by signing a pledge card that says they will increase their individual efforts to recycle and buy recycled. For more information contact Keep Troup Beautiful (884-9922) or go to

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