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The 2nd annual DHCA/OLPA Picnic in the Park on Sept. 23 was a fun, food and music-filled afternoon at Dellwood Park for neighbors of all ages. Special thanks to  all volunteers, contributing community restaurants,  and the Druid Hills Billies band for making the event a great success.

Read our September, 2018 newsletter.

Board Meeting - October 17

The next DHCA Board meeting will take place on  Wed., Sept.. 17beginning at 7:30 pm. at The Frazer Center at 1815 S. Ponce de Leon Ave.   The public is welcome and encouraged to attend. DHCA Board meetings take place the 3rd Wednesday of each month.  Click here to find minutes from past Board meetings.

Neighborhood  Safety
Deter crime on your street by volunteering to be a street captain in the Neighborhood Watch program. For more information, click here,  or contact Ellen Meshnick at neighborhoodwatch@druidhills.org

June 20 MARTA Presentation  on Clifton Corridor Transit
MARTA representatives presented an update on the Clifton Corridor transit plan  during the June DHCA Board meeting .  Click here to view the  information in the   Power Point presentation  made to the community. 

about the dhca

The Druid Hills Civic Association was founded in 1938 to preserve the Druid Hills neighborhood for residential use and to protect the unique heritage of the area. Much of our work involves exercising vigilance in land use and zoning matters, communicating with local and state officials, informing the residents about community issues, and promoting the general welfare of the neighborhood for the enjoyment of its residents today and in the future.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Druid Hills Historic District incorporates in its entirety the area formerly listed as the Druid Hills Parks and Parkways Historic District.

Historic Preservation


One of most active neighborhood groups in the South, DHCA was founded in 1938 to help residents preserve and protect the unique heritage of Druid Hills as envisioned by its creator, landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted.

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The Druid Hills eNews is published monthly and covers upcoming events and happenings in our neighborhood. Occasionally, we send out eAlerts with breaking news and meeting reminders.



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