Fayette County voters have the opportunity on March 21, 2023, to vote on whether to approve the one-penny (one-percent) SPLOST, which would begin July 1, 2023, and last for six years. Early voting began Monday morning, February 27.
Voters approved a one-penny SPLOST in 2017, and the proceeds have been used to fund many capital projects in Fayetteville and across Fayette County. That 2017 SPLOST expires this year, and it would be replaced by the 2023 SPLOST, which means the current sales tax rate would not change.
Below is more information on how the next six years' worth of SPLOST proceeds would be used as well as up-to-date reporting on how the current SPLOST has been used.
Visit the Fayette County government website to learn about SPLOST projects from the County and other municipalities.