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CableTV

The Cobb County Cable TV Franchise Authority is responsible for reporting complaints from cable subscribers. We are providing a complaint form to report cable outages, problems with your signal quality, and exposed cable.

The Franchise Authority does not regulate or govern any amounts charged by your local cable provider. Each cable company must comply with the FCC.

 

 

 NEW:  HAVE A COMPLAINT ABOUT YOUR CABLE SERVICE?
Complete a service request using our GIS mapping service. You can also see other complaints in your area.

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COBB COUNTY CABLE PROVIDERS:

AT&T U-Verse: 1-800-288-2020
Charter: 888-438-2427
Comcast: 800-266-2278

 

 
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Welcome to Cobb County, one of the premier counties in the nation!

We’re glad you chose to make your home here along with approximately 670,000 other residents who enjoy our high quality of life. Once you settle in, you’ll find top-notch schools, acres of park land, excellent recreational facilities, first-rate shopping and dining, and unparalleled government services.

But right now, you probably have many questions. Here you’ll find information on auto tags and titles, driver’s licenses, school districts, utilities, public safety, recreation and recycling, as well as links to other sources of information.

If your residence is located inside the city limits of one of Cobb's municipalities, visit their sites for more information:

 

 

Open Records Requests

Open Records CenterThank you for your interest in Cobb County Government Open Records.  The Georgia Open Records Act and related subtitles of Georgia law authorize a personal inspection of public records at a reasonable time and place unless prohibited by a court order or otherwise exempted by law. However, no public official or personnel is required to prepare reports, summaries or compilations not in existence at the time of an Open Records Request.

We are pleased to provide a new service for the submission of open records requests.  The Open Records Center service applies to the 22 county departments for which the Cobb County Attorney’s Office is the official records custodian.

Please note:  The Cobb County Attorney’s Office is not the official custodian of records for all county departments. Governing authorities have designated the following persons as official record custodians as allowed by O.C.G.A 50-18-71:

 

 

What You Need to Know for Opening Day at SunTrust Park
  • All parking for opening weekend must be bought in advance of the game. No on-site payment is accepted for Friday and Saturday. The Braves have several lots that surround the ballpark, and buying your parking in advance will secure your spot and help you get customized directions right to your lot. You can visitwww.braves.com/parking to get your spot today.
  • The Battery Atlanta is open for business, both for game days and non-game days. If you’re planning to visit the retail and shops there, like Antico Pizza and YardHouse, you can park at the Red Deck. On non game days, parking is free for up to four hours. After 2 p.m. on game days, parking is free for two hours before fees begin, with a maximum fee of $50. If you spend a minimum of $50 in The Battery Atlanta, you can receive validation for your parking.
  • Some parking lots will open earlier for Opening Day to help celebrate the opening of SunTrust Park. You can visit www.braves.com/openingday to learn more.
  • If you’re traveling to the game, build some time into your commute, be patient and trust Waze to get you directly to your parking lot. The Braves have partnered with Waze, which will be receiving real-time updates on traffic to help you navigate to the game.
  • The Cobb County Chamber of Commerce has launched www.cobbgameday.com to help fans, residents and employees in the area get ready for the new ballpark. It is full of great tips on how to get to the game, as well as how to prepare your business for the upcoming season.