The Chicopee Mill in Gainesville, Georgia, was originally built as a cotton mill in the 1920s, and it provided housing for many of its workers in the surrounding area. The mill village consisted of a number of single-family homes, a grocery store, a barbershop, a post office, and a hospital, which were owned and maintained by the mill company.

After the mill closed in the 1990s, the housing units were sold off to private owners, and the mill village underwent a period of redevelopment and revitalization. Many of the historic homes have been preserved and renovated, and the area is now a popular residential neighborhood.

In recent years, the city of Gainesville has made efforts to preserve the history of the Chicopee Mill and its associated housing, recognizing the importance of this period of industrial and social history in the area. Today, visitors can explore the Chicopee Mill Village Historic District, which includes a number of historic homes and buildings that offer a glimpse into the past of this important community.

The Chicopee Residents Association plays a vital role in preserving the history of our community. We lobby to ensure the city protects and maintains the village infrastructure for future generations to enjoy and appreciate.

We strive to be a hub for community engagement and social activities. The association is a connector for residents, visitors, and businesses to come together and celebrate the unique history and heritage of Chicopee. We work to foster a sense of pride and identity and help to strengthen the bonds between community members.