2011 SPLOST Summary
On March 15, 2011, a referendum on a four-year SPLOST (Special Local Option Sales Tax) was approved by voters. This program was in effect from Jan. 1, 2012 through Dec. 31, 2015. The projected sales tax over those four years was $492,068,482.
Every project funded by the 2011-15 SPLOST was focused on improving the quality of life in Cobb County by maintaining, improving and enhancing County parks, transportation, infrastructure, public safety, libraries, senior services, judicial and public health facilities.
As a result, Cobb County became an even better place to live, work, and play.
SPLOST Presentations to the Board of Commissioners
Every quarter, County staff provide an update on the SPLOST program to the Cobb BOC.
- November 2017 SPLOST Update
- May 2017 SPLOST Update
- October 2016 SPLOST Update
- July 2016 SPLOST Update
- April 2016 SPLOST Update
- October 2015 SPLOST Update
- July 2015 SPLOST Update
- April 2015 SPLOST Update
- January 2015 SPLOST Update
- October 2014 SPLOST Update
- April 2014 SPLOST Update
- October 2013 SPLOST Update
- July 2013 SPLOST Update
- April 2013 SPLOST Update
- January 2013 SPLOST Update
- July 2012 SPLOST Update
- October 2012 SPLOST Update
- November 2011 SPLOST Update
Visit our reports page for up-to-date financial and status reports for SPLOST Projects.
Infrastructure preservation, safety and operational, transit, congestion relief and pedestrian improvements.
- Transportation Budget
- Transportation Program Schedule
- 2011 TIP Budget Schedules by Year (June 2018)
- Project List
- GIS SPLOST Map
Below is a listing of sidewalk projects programmed for construction in 2012 and 2013. (updated 07/2013)
- Concept Layout - Pine Mountain Road Cobb County
- Concept Layout - Pine Mountain Road City of Kennesaw
Below is an alphabetical listing of streets contracted to be resurfaced as well as a budget summary of contracts awarded.
Public Safety $12,896,400
Upgrades to facilities, equipment and apparatus.
Municipal Improvements $129,515,662
Each Cobb city will receive a portion of the funds allocated according to the 2009 Census projections, which indicates 27 percent of Cobb residents reside within city limits.