The city of Sandersville, Georgia is centrally located between Macon and Augusta. Beautiful scenery and historic value make Sandersville a pleasant small town to live in or visit. For many years, the economy of Sandersville was based on agriculture, particularly cotton. In the 1950s, the mining and processing of kaolin found in the area developed an industry as well as the city’s nickname “Kaolin Capital of The World.” Sandersville is industry-friendly and boasts four industrial parks, but agriculture is still important, along with a nursery industry and a healthy timber business. Compared to the rest of the U.S., the city’s cost of living is 20.79 percent lower than the average, making Sandersville a great place to live, work, raise a family, and own/operate a business.