Color Your Roads
You can Color Your Roads by purchasing a Wildflower Auto Tag. The proceeds of your payment go into a special fund which is dedicated to the Georgia DOT Wildflower Program. The Wildflower Auto Tags are available at your local county tag office.
Note: The $35 fee for the Wildflower tag is an annual payment not a one time fee.
You can also make a donation to Wildflower Program. Checks should be made payable to the GDOT Roadside Enhancement & Beautification Fund and mailed to:
Georgia DOT Wildflower Program
Office of Maintenance
One Georgia Center
600 West Peachtree St, Ste 1044
Atlanta, GA 30308
Purple Coneflower License Plate
Blackeyed Susan License Plate
In November 1998, Georgia residents voted to amend the Constitution in order to create a roadside enhancement and beautification fund financed by the sale of special wildflower motor vehicle tags. Senate Bill 97, proposed in the 2001 legislative session, designated the Wildflower Auto Tag a specialty tag.
The Georgia DOT partnered with The Garden Club of Georgia Inc. to design and manufacture the original Wildflower Auto Tag, which features the Black-eyed Susan. In 2008, Georgia DOT introduced an additional tag featuring the Purple Coneflower. Georgia citizens now have the challenge of choosing their favorite wildflower to display on their cars.
Both of the Wildflower Auto Tags are available at your local county tag office.