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SPLOST programs are known for funding county government infrastructure improvements in the areas of transportation, public safety and courts, libraries, and recreation since 1985. Now with the 2014 SPLOST program, sales tax dollars are going toward capital projects for seniors. As one of the fastest growing segments of the population in the County, Gwinnett’s senior residents are looking for opportunities to remain active and healthy. This new category for SPLOST funding will provide new facilities and improve older ones to make that possible.

2014 SPLOST Program: $5.2 million


  • Two food delivery trucks
  • Three 14-passenger buses for the senior centers
  • Two cars for homemakers to use on visits to clients

Centerville Senior Center

  • Located on Bethany Church Road next to Centerville Branch Library and Community Center 
  • Approximately 8,500 square feet
  • Warming kitchen and dining room, game room, exercise area, craft room, common space, a computer area, and ancillary spaces


Centerville Community Center and Library Branch

Buford Senior Center Renovation

  • Incorporation of former adult day care center space into the active part of the facility
  • Expansion of the dining room
  • Small addition for new program space and wholesale renovation of the interior finishes

Norcross Senior Center Renovation

  • Upgrade of the dining room, kitchen, and restrooms
  • Replacement of finishes and furnishings