The City of Atlanta and ATLPlus will sponsor the “Don’t Get the Boot” program to promote parking education and assist in the resolution of unpaid parking citations. This program will waive late penalties added to citations issued before March 24, 2017. … Continue reading
It’s our 35th year of Art, Music and Fun! Art: Did you know that Sunshine Artist Magazine recognized Summerfest 2017 as one of the top 100 Classic and Contemporary Craft Shows in the U.S.? This year, the juried Artist Market … Continue reading
Virginia-Highland’s Summerfest is rapidly approaching and the excitement in the neighborhood is heating up. People are talking about the incredible music line-up, fantastic artwork for sale and, of course, how hot it will be outside! We’ve noticed the sweat beading … Continue reading
Volunteers are still needed for all aspects of Summerfest. Please consider donating 2-3 hours of your time to this important fundraising event. Sign-up today by clicking here now. Why just attend the festival when you can be a part of it?
Introducing a new and improved Kidsfest area for Summerfest 2018 On Saturday, Xtreme Air Balls (human “hamster balls”) will be in the sand volleyball court, and on both Saturday and Sunday we’ll have a petting zoo in the grass area … Continue reading
Every year serious runners and walkers alike participate in one of the best races in Atlanta – the Summerfest 5K. Just a few reasons to sign up: Chip-timed race and an official AJC Peachtree Road Race qualifier Runners receive a … Continue reading
Neighbors, The Virginia-Highland Civic Association has heard loud and clear our neighbor’s input regarding the proposed Fuqua development at Cresthill/10th and Monroe. We are continually sharing those concerns and comments with the developer, Atlanta Beltline, Invest Atlanta, and City officials, … Continue reading
The Fuqua Development Team announced this afternoon that the Thursday, May 17, meeting on 10th and Monroe is canceled and that future Working Group and Technical Group meetings are canceled as well. During today’s working group meeting with the development team, … Continue reading
Join us at Virginia-Highland Church on May 19th at 10:00 am for a self-defense training, co-sponsored by Neighbors Organizing for Equity and Progress (N.O.P. E.). This class is an introductory self-defense class for women learning to improve confidence, self-awareness, and … Continue reading
MARTA bus routes 16 and 36 connect Virginia-Highland with several other neighborhoods in Atlanta as well as the entire MARTA bus and rail system. Recently, eliminations and changes to both of these routes have been proposed. Below is a information … Continue reading
The minutes for the monthly Civic Association Board/General meeting for April 9, 2018 have been posted and may be found under the VAHI – Meeting Minutes tab or click here.
The agenda for the May 14 General and Board Meeting of the Virginia-Highland Civic Association has been published please click here to view. The public is invited to attend.
Check out the presentation materials from the April 19 meeting about the Cresthill & Monroe (10th and Monroe) Development. Download them here. Video – Part One Video – Part Two April 12 Technical Committee Notes – View PDF
A Forum on Homelessness in Atlanta with an emphasis on Council District 6. Speakers will bring information about homelessness, the legal ramifications connected to the issue, and community and NGO resources in place to help those without shelter. See our … Continue reading
Monday, April 30th at 7:00 pm, Virginia-Highland Church Please join Neighbors Organizing for Progress and Equity (NOPE), along with Terence Lester, the Starter/Executive Director of Love Beyond Walls, for the screening of Voiceless: A Documentary on Systemic Poverty. What is … Continue reading