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SPLOST News Releases
The Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax program, commonly known as SPLOST, is a one cent sales tax that Georgia voters have the option to approve for their counties. Since 1985, Gwinnett County voters have approved a series of SPLOST programs, funding a variety of projects all around the county. A few notable projects include the construction of the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center, Sugarloaf Parkway extension, Grayson Branch Library, Harbins Park, and the Pleasant Hill Road Diverging Diamond Interchange.

Click on one of the links below to view past SPLOST-related news releases by year and find out more information about how your SPLOST pennies are working to benefit Gwinnett County:

Transportation
Parks & Greenspace
Public Safety & Courts
Senior Facilities
Libraries
2014 SPLOST Referendum
2017 SPLOST Referendum