Find Cobb County facilities in your district.
Cobb County PARKS Department currently operates 86 parks and properties and over 6,000 acres. Find parks in your area! As the primary provider of leisure services and facilities within the County, the department provides a wide range of athletic, artistic, therapeutic and educational services. Find parks in your area!
The Cobb County Public Library System is a place where we are committed to being a vital resource center by providing equal access to information, materials, and services to enrich people’s lives.
Where does our water come from, and where does it go after we use it? To provide Cobb County with clean drinking water, the Cobb County Water System purchases water from the Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority (CCMWA), a utility providing treated drinking water on a wholesale basis to cities and counties in the region.
Cobb County International Airport – McCollum Field (CCIA) is a first-class general aviation reliever airport for Hartsfield-Jackson Airport. With easy access to I-75 and I-285, CCIA sits on 320 acres of land 20 miles northwest of downtown Atlanta in the vibrant community of Kennesaw.
Transportation Management Centers (TMCs) help growing metropolitan areas, like Cobb County, handle emerging mobility, congestion and traffic issues.
Hosted in partnership with the Emergency Management Agency, this map shows active weather radar, traffic and road information, power outages, emergency shelters, stream levels, and siren locations. Cobb County also updates this map with closures and other important information during weather emergencies.
Cobb County Fleet Management's mission is to provide efficient and effective support of assigned vehicles and equipment of Cobb County Government through responsive customer service in our maintenance, repair, fueling, replacement acquisition and disposal services.
The Cobb County Police Camera Registration program is a police/community video partnership that operates on a voluntary basis with homeowners, neighborhoods and business owners who own private video surveillance systems. This program is intended to let our officers know where cameras are active in the county in case a crime occurs. It is not intended for active surveillance, and officers will not have direct access to homeowners' cameras. Those who register a camera will be contacted if a crime occurs in the vicinity of that camera.