The Druid Hills Civic Association was founded in 1938 to preserve the Druid Hills neighborhood for high quality residential use and to protect the unique heritage of the area. The Association carries out these responsibilities by exercising vigilance in zoning matters, maintaining a liaison with local governing bodies, informing the citizens of community problems, and promoting the general welfare of the community for the enjoyment of its residents today and in the future.
The DHCA holds regularly scheduled Board Meetings, which are open to the public. These meetings serve as an opportunity to both hear, and to be heard about important issues facing the community. In attendance are the Division Chairs, whom represent a specific geographic area in the community, the DHCA officers, the various Standing, Special, and Liason Committee Chairs, invited speakers, and members of the general public.
Members of the Druid Hills community seeking assistance from the DHCA, or who would like to bring an issue to the DHCA’s attention, are encouraged to contact their Division respresentative, (click here to view a map showing Division boundaries.) These representatives can assist in gathering the necessary information and resources available from the DHCA with which to initiate action.
The DHCA is organized with a governing Board, Officers, and Standing Committees. Special Committees and Liaison Committees are formed and dissolved as they are needed to address specific issues before the community. The Druid Hills Civic Association is a “grass roots” organization, and is 100% dependent on volunteers. Your assistance will always be appreciated, and the first way to show your support is to become a member.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Druid Hills Historic District also incorporates in its entirety the previously listed Druid Hills Parks and Parkways Historic District.
P.O. Box 363
Decatur, GA 30031-0363