New fire and police vehicles are among the public safety projects being funded in Fayetteville by the 2017 SPLOST. Courtesy City of Fayetteville

Fayetteville SPLOST projects listed online

An updated tally of transportation, public safety, parks and stormwater/wastewater projects being funded by the 2017 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax in Fayetteville is available for review online.

The one-cent tax was approved by voters for six years with projected total revenue intake of $141 million by 2023. Completed projects include repairing and resurfacing 21 miles of city roads, replacing police and fire vehicles, buying crime scene investigation equipment, and acquiring land for a new Fayetteville City Hall and public park space. The city is also upgrading equipment at the First Manassas Mile wastewater facility.

The full itemized breakdown of current and pending projects is at

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