Pine Hills Neighborhood Association Today
Preservation and Advocacy
As both Atlanta and Brookhaven cities continue to develop and grow, PHNA’s role is more important than ever in promoting its interests, maintaining the integrity of our residential neighborhood and keeping its residents informed and safe. In addition to staying abreast of topics of concern that affect the neighborhood, our various committees – especially Zoning, Security, and Parks/Environment – are actively involved in protecting neighborhood interests in land use, zoning, licensing, environmental protection, including preservation of our tree canopy, civic, security and other matters.
While PHNA works closely with all its residents on such initiatives, it also works in unison with other important and influential organizations and coalitions whose broader missions directly impact our way of life. These include BCN (Buckhead Council of Neighborhoods), NPU-B (Neighborhood Planning Unit B) and the ANSC (Atlanta Neighborhoods Security Coalition). Read more about BCN, NPU-B and the ANSC.
In 2018, PHNA’s efforts and success in preservation was reflected in its recent recognition as one of Atlanta’s “hottest” best neighborhoods as featured in Atlanta Magazine.
There are 14 dogipots located strategically in Pine Hills along pedestrian walkways. Every year during our membershiph drive PHNA solicits sponsors for each dogipot.
The yearly cost to sponsor a dogipot is $115. Sponsors pay to maintain and replace, as necessary, the dogipots. Each sponsor can provide a picture of their pet to be mounted on the corresponding dogipot.
For more information about dogipots, email email@example.com.
Roxboro Valley Pool
The Roxboro Valley Association Pool and Tennis Club is a private club nestled in the Pine Hills neighborhood at the end of Roxboro Drive, just southeast of Lenox Square Mall. For over fifty years, neighbors from the Pine Hills community and beyond have spent summers relaxing in the club’s pool. In addition to a 25-meter heated pool and baby pool, the Club offers a picnic pavilion, children’s playground, “snack shack,” lighted tennis courts and more. To learn more, visit roxborovalley.com.
Pine Hills Yard Sale
Held in October, the annual Neighborhood Yard Sale offers the opportunity to participate as a seller, buyer or just general observer. Homes within PHNA can opt in as a seller for a minimal registration fee, are given balloons to tie in front of their home and are included on the Seller’s Map, located at each seller’s yard sale. For more info, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neighborhood Halloween Celebration
Each year on October 31, Pine Hills closes W. Roxboro Rd between Bonview Lane and Canter Road. With uniformed police officers to assist with traffic and safety throughout the evening (typically 5 – 9 p.m.), the neighborhood opens itself up to trick or treating and plenty of Halloween fun! Even if you do not have little ones at home, head to W. Roxboro to see the fantastic costumes and get in on the action! We have a food truck (usually SWEET AUBURN BARBECUE) stationed in the center of the action at the corner of Roxboro Drive and W. Roxboro).
In recent years PHNA has sponsored a spring social open to all neighbors. Locations and events vary, so watch for announcements about the fun-filled activities planned for our families.
Pine Hills Parks
Shady Valley Park is located off Buford Highway on Shady Valley Road in the Fulton County section of Pine Hills. With three public tennis courts, a full basketball court, shaded playground and tons of green space, you will catch a glimpse of Peachtree Creek as it crosses Buford Highway.
Indian Creek Park (3162 Lenox Rd.) – Coming Soon!
In 2017, the City of Atlanta purchased two residential lots in order to create the new site for Indian Creek Park. The park, which was formally dedicated in 2018, was taken on by a project of Atlanta Classical Academy. To date, the park is still awaiting completion. We look forward to when we can include Indian Creek Park as another walkable Pine Hills destination!
Connect With Your Neighbors
Want to stay connected with the neighborhood and share notifications and information with your neighbors? Here are three easy ways to connect:
1) Sign up for the PHNA Eblasts
For pertinent neighborhood announcements and news regarding zoning issues, neighborhood sponsored events, security news and alerts, and more, sign up to receive our eblasts to your inbox. We will also work hard to keep the “Neighborhood News and Announcements” section of this site updated with the same information. Eblast Signup
Got something you think should go into a PHNA email blast? Let us know: email@example.com
2) Join NextDoor.com –> Pine Hills
Nextdoor allows communities to easily create a free and private site to facilitate communication among neighbors. Did you know that Pine Hills has a Next Door neighborhood profile with over 240 neighbors using it? It’s a great way to get to know your neighbors, share information, and quickly post notifications that are relevant to your neighbors (lost pets, maintenance referrals, etc). If you haven’t joined already, it’s easy, free and you can tailor your notification settings to work for you. Visit: https://www.nextdoor.com
3) Like us on Facebook and Join Our Private Neighborhood Group
Pine Hills Neighborhood is on Facebook. Please “Like” our page, then follow announcements from the PHNA, as well as your neighbors. Post your comments and announcements that are relevant to our community.
Like our page: https://www.facebook.com/PineHillsAtlanta
Join our private group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pinehillsneighborhood
(Note: you will not be accepted to the private group until you share your address).