Find up to date information on the Chattahoochee River flooding areas.
Find information by: searching by road name, searching for a parcel, viewing Land Use and Zoning reports, finding your Commissioner
Cobb County develops and maintains parcel information from local records and other sources on a daily basis. The public dataset is published once a year (normally mid-Summer) based on the Georgia State Tax Appraisers approval schedule.
This map provides easy access for status of transportation, facility or park projects in Cobb County.
Cobb Commute shows road construction and traffic conditions on local roads with live information from Cobb DOT’s Traffic Management Center. This is a joint project between Cobb Department of Transportation, Cobb Information Services, and our vendor Arcadis' GIS team.
Use this map to: submit a PARKS service request, report a Cable TV Complaint, report a street light issue or outage.
Cobb County Community Development Agency, Zoning Division has jurisdiction over properties located within unincorporated Cobb County. Each of the County's Cities' regulates zoning within their respective city limits.
View and search for various zoning cases in Cobb County.
There are several locations in Cobb County designated as medical burn areas. These are areas populated by residents with medical conditions that make them susceptible to health risks from smoke inhalation. Please see this map for the current burn ban locations.
This story map will outline where the many Coworking, Accelerator, Incubator, and Entrepreneurial centers are located within Cobb County, while also providing information and links to each facility.
This map details the economic impact of the developments that have occurred in and around the Cumberland CID since 2013. To date, the developments have had an estimated $858,449,991 Impact on the local economy and have created an estimated 1,745 jobs.
Are you in need of food assistance? Do you wish to help your community? In this story map, you will be able to see resources available to help those who are food insecure, including food pantries, SNAP, community gardens, and farmers markets.
A collection of maps and apps used by public health and safety agencies to communicate the severity of the opioid epidemic, promote treatment alternatives, and understand the effectiveness of response activities.
Users can download files, add data to online maps and view tables. Including, but not limited to: Future Land Use, City & County Boundaries, County Facilities, Parks, Roads (limited attributes), Trails, Subdivisions, Land Lots, Cobb Tile Index, and DOT Traffic Counts (active locations).