Fayette County voters in 2017 approved a six-year, one-penny sales tax, formally called a Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax, to fund many county and municipal government projects. Conservative estimates showed that more than $141 million would be raised countywide through 2023, with the City of Fayetteville's distribution being more than $21 million. Accommodating the possibility of higher collections over the six years, the City of Fayetteville built a $25 million SPLOST Projects list.
SPLOST Expenditures to Date
City of Fayetteville, Georgia schedule of expenditures for construction projects funded by special purpose local options sales and use tax as of month ended April 30, 2022