Latest Budget News
Gwinnett Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash formally presented a proposed $1.42 billion budget for fiscal year 2015 to the Board of Commissioners during a briefing on November 18, 2014.

Four county residents and business people served on Nash’s budget review committee. After hearing presentations from elected officials and department directors in September, the group studied departmental business plans, budget needs, and revenue projections to make recommendations for the 2015 budget.

Read more about the 2015 budget proposal here.

Commissioners held a public hearing on December 8, 2014. They invite written comments about the budget through an online comment form through Wednesday, December 31, 2014. The Board expects to adopt the 2015 budget on Tuesday, January 6, 2015.

Quick links for the proposed 2015 budget

Proposed 2015 budget resolution summary
Budget highlights presentation
Proposed 2015 budget video
Make written comments

Citizens’ Guide to Gwinnett County Finances
Welcome to the Citizens' Guide to Gwinnett County Finances, a resource for citizens that provides a portal to the County government’s finances

Select the links below to view detailed information about Gwinnett County Government's financial operations and how your tax dollars are spent.

Guide to the Budget

Get information about the County’s budget process


Property Information

Get property assessment information and search for unclaimed property

Where Your Property Taxes Go

See your tax dollars in action


Grant Resources

Learn about grant opportunities in Gwinnett County


Vendor Resources

Find out how to do business with Gwinnett County Government


Archive: Financial Reports

View detailed financial information



Learn more about the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST)


Engage Gwinnett

Engage Gwinnett: Citizens Committee for the Future of Gwinnett


Board and Commission Meetings

Stay up to date with the latest Board and Commission Meetings



See a list of the County’s annual contracts for goods and services



Check out the results and recommendations of external audits of County finances



Find out which groups represent Gwinnett County’s interests at the state and federal level

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If you are seeking additional information, you may submit an open records request to access documents maintained by the County under the Georgia Open Records Act. Requests are not required to be submitted in writing, but a written request will be helpful in ensuring that each request is completed as accurately as possible. Click here for more information on submitting an open records request.