Discover The CSRA
The Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) is the metopolitain region in Georgia and South Carolina, spanning thirteen counties in Georgia and eight in South Carolina surrounding the Savannah River.
Established in 1736, Augusta has a rich history, with nine neighborhoods on the National Register of Historic Places, and several historic monuments and cemeteries. While Augusta is most famous for the Master’s Golf Tournament that occurs the first full week in April at the Augusta National, it is also a center for medicine, manufacturing and military. Learn more about Augusta.
According to the town’s charter, Aiken’s life officially began on December 19, 1835; this was following the establishment of The South Carolina Canal and Railroad Company by William Aiken. Today, Aiken is most well-known for breeding thoroughbreds that compete in both steeplechase and flat racing. Walking through the streets in downtown Aiken, you can see how connected this community is to its equestrian roots from horse-inspired artistry in the local galleries to colorful horse statues standing on the sidewalks throughout town. Learn more about Aiken.
Evans was voted one of the Best Towns for Families by Family Circle Magazine. This rating was based on affordable housing, quality schools, access to health care, green space, low crime rates and financial stability. Home to the Lady Antebellum Pavilion and Evans Towne Center Park, where a large number of concerts and events are hosted every season. Learn more about Evans.
The City of Grovetown is twelve on the list of the fastest growing cities in Georgia for 2018. Between 2010 and 2016, Grovetown grew about 24.4% and it’s not stopping there. The city is the future home of the Augusta University Health--Columbia County Health campus, a 100 bed, 259, 649 sq. ft. facility expected to open in 2018. In addition to healthcare, Grovetown is also the hub for military families, as it is very close to Fort Gordon and the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence. Learn more about Grovetown.
North Augusta, SC
North Augusta was originally founded in the 1880’s by James U. Jackson, he envisioned a town on the bluff area across the Savannah River from Augusta. Jackson developed a plan for 600 acres that would make up his new village but later on in 1951 the city extended its boundaries and today the city is a total of 19.5 square miles. A short drive away from downtown Augusta, North Augusta has all of the amenities of a larger city with a small town feel. Learn more about North Augusta.