Cobb County organizes its police, fire, 911 emergency services, animal control, corrections and park services under a…More single Department of Public Safety. The department also operates the Cobb County Safety Village to educate the county's youth about road safety.
The Marietta Police Department, a fully-accredited department, serves more than 62,000 residences and businesses with…More a 23-square-mile police district. The departments are assigned to street patrols, detective teams, traffic duty, schools, S.W.A.T., K-9 units and special operations. The department is accredited through both the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) and the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police (GACP).
The police department also sponsors a Citizens' Police Academy, a nine-week program that meets once a week and allows the general public to experience the life of a police officer. Dan Flynn serves as the chief of police.
Georgia Department of Driver Services 1605 County Services Pkwy SW, Marietta, GA30008 The Georgia Department of Driver Services operates customer service centers throughout the state to issue licenses for…More the legal operation of motor vehicles. The department also conducts various driving-related examinations including road tests, motorcycle road tests and commercial driver's license (CDL) exams.
The Cobb County Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department serves as steward of the county's parkland and…More recreation resources and as a promoter of arts and culture. Created in 1966 as the county Parks and Recreation Department, it was renamed in 1989 .
The department is responsible for art centers, aquatic centers, the Cobb Civic Center, community centers, dog parks, county-owned golf courses, the Cobb Gymnastics Center, Jim Miller Park, tennis centers and nature trails.
The Marietta Public Works Department builds, manages and maintains the city's roadways, streets, sewage systems and…More bridges as well as operates the city's fleet management system. The department also issues building permits for all new construction and renovations in the city and conducts building inspections to make sure existing and current construction adhere to city codes.
The Public Works Department is located on the second floor of Marietta City Hall.
Dan Conn is the current director of the Marietta Public Words Department.
Cobb County Human Resources manages the hiring and employment services in an effort to develop a qualified and…More diverse workforce across all County departments.
The department uses the E-Verify Program, an Internet-based system that allows businesses to determine the eligibility of prospective employees to work in the United States. Cobb County's company identification number is 35131.
The Cobb County Department of Transportation develops, manages and operates the county's transportation systems…More ranging from public transit to public roadways to an airport. It maintains roads, sidewalks and other infrastructure for vehicles and pedestrians.
The department also manages Cobb County Airport–McCollum, a general aviation airport that serves both business and recreational needs and operates Cobb Community Transit (CCT), the county's public transportation system.
Faye DiMassimo is the current director of transportation.
The Cobb County Police Department employs nearly 600 sworn officers assigned to street patrols, detective teams,…More traffic duty, schools, SWAT, K-9 units and special operations. The department is accredited through both the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) and the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police (GACP).
The Marietta Parks and Recreation Department manages the city's park system and recreation centers and promotes…More sports and fitness, tourism, beautification projects and environmental awareness throughout the city.
The city is the steward of 18 parks, ranging from the 25-acre Laurel Park to Monarch Park's quarter-acre butterfly garden. The city also operates two recreation centers that provide after-school activities, classes and athletics.
This department is also responsible for Keep Marietta Beautiful, all of the city's cemeteries and city-sponsored special events.
The Parks and Recreation Department is located on the third floor of Marietta City Hall. Rich Buss serves as the director of Marietta Parks and Recreation.
Cobb County Animal Control 1060 Al Bishop Dr SW, Marietta, GA30008 Cobb County established Animal Control in 1971 as part of the county's Department of Public Safety. Cobb County Animal…More Control enforces state laws and county ordinances in regard to animal control and management as well as educates the public about responsible pet ownership and wildlife care. This department also provides housing, care and adoption for homeless animals.
The Cobb County Property Management Department operates as a full-service real estate service for the…More county through land and building acquistion, design, construction, renovation, custodial services and maintenance.
John Reida currently serves as director.
Cobb County Fire & Emergency Services 1595 County Services Pkwy SW, Marietta, GA30008 Cobb County Fire & Emergency Services is one of the largest fire departments in Georgia, with nearly 700…More firefighters, inspectors, investigators and other personnel across the county. The department also sponsors numerous fire, emergency medicine and safety programs. Sam Heaton is the current Cobb County fire chief.