The Cobb County Sheriff’s Office conducts a public sale of property according to the general laws of this state. The time of sale is set forth by state law, accordingly the Sheriff’s Sale is conducted on the 1st Tuesday of the month. A Marshal’s Sale is conducted on the 1st Monday of the month. Each sale is advertised in the official organ of the county, as prescribed by law, according to a period defined by general law. The Marietta Daily Journal is the official organ of Cobb County.
|Type Of Order||Advertising Period|
|Magistrate Court Fieri Facias||Four (4) weeks|
|State Court Fieri Facias||Two (2) weeks|
|Superior Court Fieri Facias||Four (4) weeks|
An information sheet is available for those interested in the levy process. It is solely an information sheet and should not be construed as legal advice. The information page includes frequently asked questions regarding the subject. Click here to read.
All sales are final and the Sheriff’s Office offers no guarantee regarding the items sold nor the value of the item. Pursuant to the laws of this state, no Cobb County Sheriff’s Office employee may participate in the bidding for items in these sales, directly or indirectly.
As a part of our continuing efforts to achieve operational excellence, the Cobb County Sheriff's Office is currently seeking accreditation by CALEA, the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. CALEA officials would like to hear from the public regarding how our agency is operating within the community. Please follow this link to provide Public Comment on the CALEA website: