Board of Commissioners
Cobb County operates under the commission-county manager form of government. This system combines the policy leadership of elected officials with the administrative abilities of a county manager.
Town Hall meetings are listed for each commissioner on their page.
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County Clerk's Office
The County Clerk is the legally mandated guardian of all instruments of public record of the Cobb County Board of Commissioners.
We support Cobb County Government by providing reasonable assurance that internal control systems and processes are adequate to mitigate the risks, governance processes are effective and efficient, and organization goals and objectives are being achieved as intended.
The Purchasing Department strives to treat vendors and contractors equitably and fairly by promoting competitive marketing through solicitation of quotations, bids, and proposals.
The Community Development Agency fulfills its role by providing and, when necessary, enhancing the following programs as administered by its five divisions: Business License, Code Enforcement, Development and Inspections, Planning, and Zoning.
The Cobb County Police Department is committed to serving our community. We are entrusted with the sacred obligation of protecting Cobb County, and we will do so with honor, integrity, and respect for the dignity of all citizens.
Cobb County Government utilizes a District Attorney, Solicitor General, Juvenile Court, Magistrate Court, Probate Court, State Court, and Superior Court to manage all court cases and trials within the county.
The Tax Commissioner’s Office is established by the Georgia Constitution, and is responsible for every phase of collecting and disbursing ad valorem property taxes. Our staff is separated into a Property Tax Division and a Motor Vehicle Division.
The Board of Tax Assessors, an independent body appointed by the Board of Commissioners, is responsible for placing a fair and equalized value on all taxable property.
Cobb County utilizes lobbying services included in their memberships with the following organizations:
|Association||Annual Dues 2011|
|Association of County Commissioners of Georgia||$30,100|
|National Association of Counties||$11,300|
Cobb County utilizes the lobbying services of the following firms:
|Firm||Fees Paid 2011|
|Holland and Knight||$120,000|