City of Kite
|Address||P.O. Box 190
Kite, Georgia 31049-0190
Kite was named for Shaderick Kight who donated the land for the town. He requested the simpler spelling of his name to facilitate mail delivery.
The Kite Museum, in the former Masonic Lodge (1890), relates the history of the Kite community. Originally the second floor was used by the Masons and the first floor was used as the community center.