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SPLOST

What is SPLOST?


SPLOST (Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax) is a one-cent tax on consumer goods for a term no longer than five years. The revenues of this sales tax are distributed to the local school district in which the tax is collected. In 1996, Georgia voters passed a state constitutional amendment, authorizing local school boards to put sales tax referendums on ballots. In 1997, the great citizens of Clayton County passed their first SPLOST referendum. In accordance with Georgia Law, these tax dollars are specifically earmarked only for Capital Improvements projects for educational purposes.

SPLOST VI                        

Thank you to the great community of Clayton County!

On March 19th, 2019, Clayton County citizens voted YES! for SPLOST VI. The approved SPLOST will be for the term of years 2020 - 2024 for a total of $280 Million. SPLOST VI will be utilized for the new construction of facilities, major renovations and modifications to existing facilities as well as transportation and technology needs for the district. SPLOST VI revenues will begin accumulation on January 1st of 2020. Thank you for all of your continued support!
                                                         

SPLOST V/ SPLOST VI Informational Video



       



2019 Special Elections Early & Advance Voting Information

Superintendent of Schools Participates in SPLOST Interview w/ AJC

Clayton County Government Elections and Registration 


Acquiring Property for a Growing School District

Land purchased to construct school facilities must meet specific requirements. Potential school sites are reviewed and approved by the Georgia Department of EducationBoard Policy FEDA addresses the purchase of real estate and property acquisition for school sites.