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DRUID HILLS COMMUNITY YARD SALE
September 21 -- 9 AM - 2 PM
Shop or sell your stuff with the community yard sale . Sellers' $25
registration fee will be  donated to Fernbank Elementary School's art program to purchase supplies for their kiln..  For more information, click here. 

WALK DRUID HILLS
Walk Druid Hills meets the second Saturday of each month to explore our neighborhood and meet our neighbors. Bring a water bottle and bring a friend. Check www.druidhills.org for upcoming walks.  The next walk is Saturday, September 14..

 MEMBERSHIP -- RENEW OR JOIN DHCA 
Your DHCA annual membership contributes directly to neighborhood enhancements, including safety and preservation efforts, as well as community events.  Please renew today via the email reminders or click here to join

Monthly Board Meeting
The Druid Hills Civic  Association Board meeting takes places the third Wednesday of each month at  7:30 pm at St. John's Lutheran Church (corner of Ponce & Oakdale). The next meeting s are August 21 and September 18..  All Druid Hills residents and welcome and encouraged to attend. 

June , 2019  Magazine:
DHCA Magazine June 2019.pdf


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
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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
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JOIN THE DHCA

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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subscribe to the DHCA e-news

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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CONTACT US

DRUID HILLS CIVIC ASSOCIATION
P.O. Box 363, Decatur, GA 30031

mail@druidhills.org
druidhills.org

©2017 Druid Hills Civic Association.  | Druid Hills Civic Association, Inc. is a Georgia non-profit corporation. 

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