Welcome to Cobb County, one of the premier counties in the nation!
We’re glad you chose to make your home here along with approximately 670,000 other residents who enjoy our high quality of life. Once you settle in, you’ll find top-notch schools, acres of park land, excellent recreational facilities, first-rate shopping and dining, and unparalleled government services.
But right now, you probably have many questions. Here you’ll find information on auto tags and titles, driver’s licenses, school districts, utilities, public safety, recreation and recycling, as well as links to other sources of information.
If your residence is located inside the city limits of one of Cobb's municipalities, visit their sites for more information:
You must be a U.S. citizen and at least 18 years old to vote in any city, county, state or federal elections. You must be registered 30 days prior to an election to vote in that election. There are several opportunities and locations where you can register to vote:
Cobb County does not provide countywide garbage or sanitation service. A host of private companies provide these services. Please contact your local Homeowner’s Association, your neighbors, or search the internet for companies that are available to serve your area.
Cobb County residents are encouraged to recycle. Many of the municipalities also offer curbside pick up of recyclable for city residents. Residents of unincorporated Cobb County need to contract with their garbage haulers for curbside recycling.