The West Point Development Authority is the primary point of contact for economic development activities in West Point, Georgia.

The West Point Development Authority was created in 1984 through a local amendment to the Georgia Constitution. The Development Authority consists of a five-member volunteer board, appointed by the West Point City Council.

Working with local, regional, state and national partners, the Development Authority works to encourage and promote economic development activity in the city, whether through location of a new company or through the expansion of an existing facility.