The I-85 collapse occurred a week ago, affecting hundreds of thousands of residents and visitors to Fulton County.
Fulton County continues to coordinate with state and local partners to monitor progress and provide information.
With many metro Atlanta school districts returning from Spring Break, commuters can expect to see heavier traffic volume starting April 10.
Fulton County is doing our part to help with traffic management by expanding MARTA subsidies for employees and jurors, and by expanding tele-work options for some employees.
Together, we will "Survive and Thrive" with lessons learned to make our county stronger.
Fulton County offices will continue to operate with regularly scheduled hours of business.
In addition, citizens can access many services online and through community-based services. Learn more about those services below.
SERVICES AT COMMUNITY LOCATIONS
Senior Multipurpose Facilities
Tax Commissioner Offices (property taxes, car tags)
Fulton County Tax Assessor Offices
Clerk of Superior Court Offices
Register to Vote
Complete Juror Questionnaire
Apply for a Job
File a Civil Complaint
Get a Pet License
Register as a Vendor
Property Owner Services
File Property Assessment Appeal
File for Homestead Exemption
Pay Property Tax / Solid Waste Fee
Pay Water/Sewer Bill
Quality of Life Services
Register for Art Classes
Library Card Application
Library Book Renewal
Library E-Book Checkout
Library Book Hold
Download free Fulco2Go app for Android or iOS
- Report Animal Control Issues
- Report Code Violations (unincorporated)
- Report Transportation/Traffic Issues (unincorporated)