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Douglas County Statistics

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 814.60 square miles , of which 814.53 square miles is land.


About Douglas County, MO

Douglas County is a county located in South Central Missouri in the United States . As of the 2010 U.S. Census , the county's population was 13,684. The largest city and county seat is Ava . The county was officially organized on October 29, 1857, and is named after U.S. Senator Stephen A. Douglas and later Democratic presidential candidate.

Previously, the county seat was located at Arno, Missouri, west of Ava. Prior to that, Vera Cruz was the county seat. Vera Cruz is located on Bryant Creek, which flows through the middle of the county. After the American Civil War , during a period of general chaos, a group from the western part of the county broke into the Arno courthouse and removed the records back to Vera Cruz. Later in 1871, a new town site was selected, present-day Ava, near the location of the former U.S. Civil War military Post Office, Militia Spring. The location of this new town seemed to satisfy most of the residents of Douglas County to be their point of county government.


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2016 Teen Safe Driving Camp - Forsyth, GA
The Monroe County Sheriff's Office, in cooperation with the Georgia Public Safety Training Center, will be holding the 9th annual Safe Driving Camp for ages 15-17. The one day camp will teach new drivers about the consequences of distracted driving, the dangers of driving impaired, tips for defensive driving, skid recovery techniques, safety at railroad crossings, and demonstrate important vehicle maintenance practices. The camp will take place at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center from 9:00am until 4:30pm on Saturday, July 23, 2016. Anyone wishing to attend must complete the application and return it to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office either in person or by mail. Deadline for applications is Friday, July 01, 2016. Applications may be picked up at the Monroe County Sheriff's Office during normal business hours. Space is limited.