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You’re Invited to a VHCA Open House February 28

VHCA is always in need of new volunteers! Come meet your neighbors, enjoy delicious barbecue, and learn about VHCA committee opportunities! February 28 @ DBA Barbecue from 7 to 9pm.

VaHi Neighbors organize for Progress and Equity

Article submitted by Shannon G., Co-Founder of N.O.P.E Virginia-Highland, like so many neighborhoods across Atlanta and the country, has a racial profiling problem, particularly on our online community forums. On Nextdoor, a social media site that purports to connect neighbors, … Continue reading

City Announces Placemaking Program at N Highland and Amsterdam Ave

Representatives from the City of Atlanta’s Department of City Planning, Office of Mobility Planning have informed the Virginia-Highland Civic Association along with the landlord and business owners along the business node at Amsterdam and N Highland regarding a placemaking project … Continue reading

Virginia-Highland Church supports Homeless Neighbors

Do you like hiking? How do you feel about taking a 7-mile hike? How do feel about adding 5-15 pounds in your backpack with toiletries, a sleeping bag, and a couple changes of clothes? How do you feel about doing … Continue reading

From Rockets to Robots: Grady’s Robotics Team

“We envision a world where STEM leaders are heroes and role models.” That’s the start of the shared vision of the Grady High robotics team, also known as G3. Folks talk a lot about the incredible Speech and Debate team, … Continue reading

Inman Middle School Supply Drive

Inman Homeless/Transitional Kids School Supply Drive There are 50+ Inman Middle School students currently living in temporary housing/shelters – not to mention many who are living below the poverty line. Their backpacks get stolen from shelters; they’re hungry, they need … Continue reading

Safety Committee Meeting Scheduled for March 3

The VHCA Safety Committee will hold a meeting on Saturday, March 3rd at 10 am at Church of Our Saviour Pettway Hall. The agenda will include a review of our Street Captains responsibilities, upcoming Safety Committee events and a guest … Continue reading

Shape Up for Spring & Improve North Highland

With warmer weather around the corner, swimsuit season can’t be far behind. This year there is no better way to prepare than by getting in shape for the Morningside Mile, Sunday, March 25 at 2:00 PM. This year’s race is … Continue reading

Save the date for Summerfest

Summerfest 2018 is right around the corner!  All of your favorites – including wonderful artists, great music, the 5k race, and the Friday community dinner, movie and kids parade – will all be back for our 35th Annual Summerfest.  In … Continue reading

Alex Wan Thank You Party

Alex Wan has given eight years to District 6. Let’s gather together and say thank-you! When:  Sunday February 11th   4:00 – 6:00 pm Where: Jai Ho Indian Restaurant and Bar, 560 Dutch Valley Road *Free appetizers, cash bar Hosted by the … Continue reading

Update on Proposed Development at 10th and Monroe

Invest Atlanta voted on December 21, 2017 to support the sale of BeltLine land near 10th and Monroe. The $166 million proposed development from Fuqua Development LP that was submitted with the bid to purchase the land consists of: 11 … Continue reading

Morningside Mile Returns for 2018 at 2:00 PM, Sunday, March 25

If you’re among the faithful that perennially run the Morningside Mile, there’s good news.  After attaining their fundraising goal to renovate Fire Station 19, Rich Chey who founded the race has turned over the reins to the Morningside Lenox Park … Continue reading

2017 Tour of Homes – Another Great Celebration of VaHi

What a stellar celebration of VaHi  this year’s Tour of Homes was! The weather was perfect and eight wonderful homeowners offered us their heartfelt hospitality.  We hope everyone discovered a new favorite restaurant or two after sampling this year’s tasty … Continue reading

Atlanta City Council passes Monumental Affordable Housing Policy

On November 20, the Atlanta City Council unanimously approved legislation championed by Councilmember Andre Dickens that will require developers building new residential rental units near the BeltLine to set aside a portion of those apartments for low and moderate-income renters. … Continue reading

Santa and Snow in North Highland Park!

When we originally made plans for the Holiday Extravaganza event on December 9 in North Highland Park, we didn’t think it would turn out to be an event that featured SNOW! It was unexpected, but it contributed to a truly … Continue reading

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