Virginia-Highland is a neighborhood in northeast Atlanta originally developed in the 1920s and 30s. It’s borders are Briarcliff Road on the east, Ponce de Leon Avenue on the south, the BeltLine Eastside Trail on the west, and Amsterdam Avenue on the north. Within those boundaries we have three parks, Inman Middle School, Fire Station 19, several churches, a branch of the Fulton County Library, and a thriving commercial corridor of restaurants & shops.

The Virginia-Highland Civic Association (VHCA) is inclusive of all residents within our boundaries and is led by a board of dedicated volunteers. Through the association, Virginia-Highland residents and business owners provide input to the city on matters relating to development, land use and zoning, festivals & special events, alcohol licenses, legislation, and other issues that affect our quality of life. The work to develop recommendations is done by committees of the association and in line with our neighborhood master plan.

In addition, the association raises funds through events. These funds allow the association to make grants to improve and maintain our parks, invest in planning and infrastructure, and to provide grants to other community organizations, schools and non-profits. VHCA also organizes social events and helps neighbors to stay informed about what is happening in our community through our publication, The VOICE.