he City of Atlanta has three ballot measures that, if passed by voters on May 24, will make significant investments in the city’s infrastructure and economy. Voters have the opportunity to pass the measures—two bonds and the renewal of a special sales tax—that will put $750M toward vital transportation, recreation, public safety and arts projects across the city.
The City of Atlanta has identified major infrastructure needs across streets, sidewalks, parks, recreation centers and public safety facilities. To make progress against these needs, the City of Atlanta has prepared a $750M infrastructure program for the next five years. Atlanta voters will be asked on May 24 to approve three infrastructure-related ballot issues. Below you can find detailed information about the following:
- Each ballot measure
- Project list, adopted unanimously by Atlanta City Council in December 2021
- Methodology for selecting projects
- How the city has strengthened its internal capabilities to delivery projects on time and on budget
The City of Atlanta will host several public educational meetings in April and May. The meetings will be posted on the City’s website.
Please visit atlanta.gov for full pdf reports.
Last modified: May 2, 2022