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Take this tour to visit our local breweries and distilleries and support our local economy.
Learn how the Census Bureau, libraries and community partners have adapted to COVID-19, and how libraries can support a complete count before the Census ends.
Use this map to: submit a PARKS service request, report a Cable TV Complaint, report a street light issue or outage.
Cobb Commute shows road construction and traffic conditions on local roads with live information from Cobb DOT.
Find Cobb County facilities in your district.
Users can download files, add data to online maps and view tables.
Cobb County International Airport is a first-class general aviation reliever airport for Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.
The Cobb Public Library System is committed to being a vital resource center by providing equal access to information.
The Cobb Police Camera Registration program is a police/community video partnership that operates on a voluntary basis.
Senior Services collaborated with 911 and the Fire Department to investigate areas of the county impacted by senior falls.
Transportation Management Centers help growing metropolitan areas handle emerging mobility, congestion and traffic issues.
Where does our water come from, and where does it go after we use it?
The Master Gardener Volunteers of Cobb County partners with Cobb Community Gardens to educate families on growing their own food
View the current Comp Plan Amendments and Zoning Decisions for the County.
Find out where the many Coworking, Accelerator, Incubator, and Entrepreneurial centers are located within Cobb County.
The Historic Preservation Commission is preserving the memories of these locations through photos and stories.
Locate an address and view demographics in your area. View by age and race, household income, education attainment and more.
View active weather radar, traffic and road information, power outages, emergency shelters, stream levels, and siren locations.
There are plenty of entertaining things to do in Cobb County.
Farmers Markets are one of the best places to find locally grown, fresh produce and groceries.
Cobb County Fleet Management provides efficient and effective support for Cobb County Govt assigned vehicles and equipment.
In this story map, you will be able to see resources available to help those who are food insecure.
Get involved in monitoring the health of our frog and toad populations!
Cobb County has nearly 725,000 residents, making it Georgia's third largest county!
This map highlights 3 different tour routes, in which to explore historic areas in Cobb County and our six cities.
Jim Miller Park offers facilities that are available to host your major events, concert, trade show, rodeo and festivals.
There are several locations in Cobb County designated as medical burn areas populated by residents with medical conditions.
Find information by: searching by road name or parcel, viewing Land Use and Zoning reports, finding your Commissioner.
This map details the economic impact of the developments that have occurred in and around  the Cumberland CID since 2013.
A collection of maps and apps used by public health and safety agencies to communicate the severity of the opioid epidemic.
Cobb County develops and maintains parcel information from local records and other sources on a daily basis.
Cobb County PARKS Department currently operates 86 parks and properties and over 6,000 acres. Find parks in your area!
Georgia leads the country in the production of peanuts and pecans.
We must do our best to reduce how much single-use we’re consuming. Let's keep Cobb County beautiful and remember to reuse, recycle and repeat.
Cobb County has several trail networks, existing and programmed, that connect major areas throughout the area.
This map provides easy access for status of transportation, facility or park projects in Cobb County.
View and search for various zoning cases in Cobb County.
The Community Development Agency, Zoning Division has jurisdiction over properties located within unincorporated Cobb County.