Dallas is located in the Atlanta metro area in the heart of Paulding County. It serves as the county seat of Paulding County, and is located approximately 30 miles northwest of downtown Atlanta. Dallas was incorporated on February 8, 1854. The City was named under George M. Dallas of Pennsylvania, who served as Vice President under President James K. Polk.
The City of Dallas has retained the charm of simpler times, with a vibrant downtown friendly community, strong on southern hospitality.
Our visitors love to make this their starting point to ride the Silver Comet Trail, a rails-to-trail paved path taking cyclists all the way to the Alabama state line in one direction, and to Atlanta in the other.
With a quaint, historic downtown, visitors can enjoy shopping and be entertained at the renovated Dallas Theater. Our town has some of the best preserved Civil War trenches in the county.
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You have to check out Historic Downtown Dallas. It’s loaded with history and landmarks. Also, the 2018 Concert Series is just kicking off with some great talent.
Food Truck Friday is an event that brings together a wide variety of local food trucks throughout the summer. This allows the City of Dallas residence to come out and enjoy amazing food while listening to some of the best local musicians. It is a great way to not only cap off the week, but get out with friends and family, and be a part of growing our wonderful community by shopping local!
If you’re looking for a more sustainable lifestyle filled with farm-fresh vegetables, dairy products, and more, then you have to visit the Dallas Farmers Market in Downtown Dallas. It’s open every Saturday from 8-12pm April- December. The Dallas Farmers Market is a venue for local farmers, cooks, and crafters so the community of Dallas has access to the best of what “Home” has to offer.