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Our Neighborhood Association

The Sylvan Hills Neighborhood Association (SHNA) is the neighborhood’s collective community voice established to create a sense of unity and effect positive change through community-based projects.

What We Do

SHNA has been proud of its efforts to build and enhance the community. We co-host Popscicles in the Park, (an event giving away free popsicles to the community), Boo Ball (Fall Kickball and family fun) as well as a holiday potluck with Capital View and Capital View Manor.

International Festival

The neighborhood association has led efforts to rid the community of tires and other refuse illegally dumped on our streets and been vigilant and vocal activists for public and environmental safety. SHNA leadership and resident members have been committed to the growth and health of this community and welcome more like-minded residents who hold similar values.

Read our Neighborhood Association by-laws online.

 Come Join Us!

If you’d like to know more about the Sylvan Hills Neighborhood Association, please join us at our monthly meetings! Meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. except November and December.

Perkerson Park Clubhouse (near Splash Pad)
770 Deckner Ave SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
Atlanta, GA 30310

JANUARY 2016 MEETING CHANGE – The January Monthly Meeting will be held Tuesday Jan. 26 at Perkerson Park at 6:30p so residents can attend the last Fort McPherson-Oakland City LCI (Livable Community Initiative) Community Meeting. The LCI meeting will be held Thursday Jan 28th at Fort McPherson. Attendees can enter through the Lee Street Gates and follow the signs to the Fort Mac LRA buildings.


You can also stay connected to what is happening with your neighbors in Sylvan Hills, by joining our Google Email Group https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/sylvanhillsgroup. Facebook Page  https://www.facebook.com/groups/SylvanHills or  NextDoor  https://sylvanhillsga.nextdoor.com

Please review the Email Group Rules before posting.

Neighborhood residents are asked to pay voluntary annual dues of $20 per household to cover administrative expenses and to support SHNA-sponsored projects.