Pooler is a city in Chatham County, Georgia. According to 2010 US Census, the population was 19,140, a threefold increase over the 2000 count of 6,239. The 2012 population estimate is 20,598. Pooler is located northwest of Savannah near I-95 and is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area.
The city was named for railroad employee Robert William Pooler. During the Civil War, Pooler was a railway stop called Pooler’s Station—the last stop before Savannah on the Central of Georgia Railroad. In December 1864, Pooler was a meeting place for Union officers led by William Tecumseh Sherman, who negotiated with Savannah authorities for the strategic port city’s peaceful surrender.
Median household income: $66,711