Repair of Existing Capital Outlay Projects


The SPLOST referendum authorized 15 percent of sales tax revenue to fund the repair of existing capital assets unrelated to transportation or public safety. The SPLOST project list devotes this funding primarily to repairs of parks and recreation facilities and general repairs to other county facilities.

The focus of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs Department repairs is to create a sustainable parks system, which keeps maintenance and operational costs within available resources, meets community demand through availability of recreational opportunities, modernizes equipment to make facilities more accessible and useable, and maintains the aesthetics of public places.

General repairs are focused mainly on the county courthouse complex, senior centers, county owned health care facilities, and libraries. The goal of these repairs is to address deferred maintenance items and maintain the facilities in a state of good repair.

Repair of Capital Outlay Projects



Parks and Recreation Repairs


Athletic fields.


Renovate recreation facilities including but not limited to roofs, shelters, and pavilions.


Parks, playgrounds, and recreational areas.


Pools and other aquatics facilities.


Resurfacing trails and paved areas.


Golf courses.


Tennis court resurfacing.


Stream bank restoration / Drainage and stormwater improvements.




General Repairs


County courthouse administrative complex including parking.


General senior center repairs.


Repair of county owned health care facilities.


General library repairs.