Chamber of Commerce
The Colquitt County Chamber of Commerce serves as a voice for local businesses on local, state, and national levels. The Chamber assists its members by helping to promote business growth through a variety of networking opportunities. If you would like to become a Chamber member, visit their website for more information.
Colquitt County Arts Center
The Colquitt County Arts Center is a landmark for the artistic community. Formed in 1987, the Arts Center offers lessons in dance, music, visual, and performing arts year-round. Enjoy world-renown exhibits throughout the year as well as collections on permanent display. The Colquitt County Arts Center’s address is 401 7th Avenue Southwest, Moultrie.
Museum of Colquitt County History:
Discover the history of Colquitt County. Maintained by volunteers, the Museum welcomes visitors for
tours of special exhibits and permanent displays. Museum hours are Friday & Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Sunday’s 2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. The Museum of Colquitt County History is open for tours anytime through the week. If you call, they will make sure someone is available to guide you through the Museum. The number is 229-890-1626. The Museum’s address is 4th Avenue & 5th Street, SE.
Moultrie-Colquitt County Library & Ellen Payne Odom Genealogical Library:
The mission of the Moultrie-Colquitt County Library System is to ensure that the citizens of Colquitt County have the right and the means to free and open access to ideas and information which are fundamental to a democracy. The Library will protect intellectual freedom, promote literacy, encourage lifelong learning, and provide library materials and information sources in a variety of formats. The library address 204 5th Street, Southeast.
The Ellen Payne Odom Genealogical Library was made possible by a bequest from Ellen Ashby Payne Odom. Mrs. Odom was a trustee of the Moultrie-Colquitt County Library and very interested in genealogy. She was an accomplished musician as well as an active leader in the 4-H Program and the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Her interest in genealogy led to her membership in the Huguenot Society and the UDC. She co-authored two books: A History of the Moultrie-Colquitt County Library and Colquitt County Confederate Soldiers. At her death, it was revealed that she had bequeathed the proceeds of the sale of her land and home to the library for the purpose of building a genealogy library in Moultrie. The Odom Library was built in 1988-1989. Today, the Odom Library operates on the interest from her estate.