The SPLOST 2022 referendum was approved by Glynn County voters during the General Election on November 8, 2022. Collections from the one-cent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax begins in April 2023 and ends in March 2029 (6 years). Glynn County received the first SPLOST monthly revenue on May 31, 2023.

This one percent sales tax will pay for new sidewalks, drainage projects for storm preparedness, recreation and park enhancements, road and traffic improvements, public safety needs, and general infrastructure around the county. In addition, this revenue will be shared by our local partners including the City of Brunswick, the Jekyll Island Authority, the Brunswick-Glynn Joint Water & Sewer Commission, the Glynn County Airport Commission, and the Golden Isles Development Authority.

This webpage is your informational resource for SPLOST 2022 projects, progress, and updates. It consist of project descriptions, budgets, totals spent, project status updates and challenges on all Glynn County Tier 1 projects.

Glynn County has hired a Director of Business Integration and Project Management who reports directly to the County Manager. The primary duty for this position is to provide oversight of all county capital improvement projects including SPLOST 2022 projects.

If you have questions or feedback regarding SPLOST 2022 projects, please email splost2022@glynncounty-ga.gov.

Click here to see the full Intergovernmental Agreement for SPLOST 2022 between Glynn County and the City of Brunswick.