City SPLOST Projects Overview
Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) In Georgia, a special-purpose local-option sales tax (SPLOST) can be levied by any county to fund the building and maintenance of parks, schools, roads, and other public facilities. A SPLOST lasts for a maximum of five years. At that time, if the funds are still needed, it must be voted upon again. All expenditures of SPLOST funds must be in compliance with Article VIII, Section VI, Paragraph IV of the Georgia Constitution, and the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (O.C.G.A.) Section 48-8-141.
2017 SPLOST Projects
View an updated report to include project budget and status on each 2017 City SPLOST project.
2013 SPLOST Projects
View an updated report on the budget and project status of each 2013 City SPLOST project.
2023 SPLOST Project Application Form
Submit an application to propose a project for 2023 SPLOST funding.
SPLOST Citizen Engagement
Engagement platform to help share SPLOST project proposals as well as invite residents to give input using interactive participatory tools. The site serves to incorporate more resident voices into the SPLOST project selection process.