General Assembly Meeting Thurs 10/28/21 at 7pm via Zoom

Hello Woodland Hills Neighbors!

It's that time again for our annual General Assembly! Mindful of current COVID considerations regarding indoor gatherings, we have opted for a virtual setting using the Zoom platform.

We have several updates and plans to discuss, but one of the main topics will be the process of evaluating cityhood (Atlanta vs. Brookhaven) or staying Dekalb Co unincorporated.

Click here to RSVP for the virtual General Assembly meeting:

Please plan to attend to hear more about this important decision.

P.S. - SAVE THE DATE. Santa Claus is coming to Woodland Hills early on Sunday, December 5 from 9:00am - 12:00pm. More details to follow.

Fall General Assembly Meeting

Save The Date!

General Assembly Meeting

Peachtree Baptist Church
November 8th

7:00 - 9:00pm

Come join the WHNA and several guest speakers for our Fall General Assembly Meeting to get updates on several important subjects concerning Woodland Hills.

*** We will be sending out a Neighborhood Survey after this meeting to gauge where everyone in Woodland Hills stands on the upcoming possibility of New Cityhood vs additional options. This is our opportunity to get educated and make a stand for our preference as a community.

- Cityhood Initiatives and how they will affect Woodland Hills with Guest Speakers from our Local Government

- Principal Cammie Neal with Updates and Progress at Briar Vista Elementary

- Officer Al Fowler with Dekalb County PD - Neighborhood Safety

Join us Thursday November 8th from 7:00 - 9:00 pm
We will be providing light food and drink ahead of the meeting.

If you're not yet a member, we will be accepting new or renewing member at the door. We look forward to seeing you and thanking you for being a member of the Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association.

Dekalb County Residential Single-Stream Recycling

Residential Single-Stream Recycling

Single-stream curbside recycling is a FREE subscription service offered to DeKalb County residents by the DeKalb County Sanitation Division. Recyclable materials are collected on residents’ scheduled sanitation collection service day.

The DeKalb County Sanitation Division no longer offers 18-gallon bins and 40-gallon bags as part of the residential single-stream recycling program. A new standard 35-gallon roll cart replaces the bins and bags. While the Division is moving toward the two roll cart options, existing subscribers with 40-gallon bags can continue using them until their inventory is fully depleted. Existing subscribers with 18-gallon bins must trade them in by December 28, 2018, for a 35- or 65-gallon roll cart. This change offers recycling subscribers a more practical and durable recycling container, and allows for safer and more efficient curbside recycling collection using automated collection vehicles.

The Division is committed to accommodating residents with approved collection service for disabled residents (back-door collection service), and senior citizens facing significant challenges with completing the roll cart exchange process in person at the Sanitation Division's administrative office. Other requests from residents with extenuating circumstances that preclude them from completing the roll cart exchange process in person will be reviewed, and a determination will be made on a case-by-case basis.

Please click here for flyer reflecting changes to recycling container options.
Please click here for frequently asked questions regarding changes to recycling container options.

To subscribe to the program or request recycling materials, please choose one of the following subscription options:

Please click here for prepaid fee payment options for recycling roll cart upgrade requests.

Please visit here or call (404) 294-2900 for more information on available recycling services and fees.

Thank you for joining us in our efforts to create a more sustainable DeKalb.


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General Assembly Meeting: October 19th: 7:30 PM

Assembly Meeting with Commissioner Rader

This Thursday at 7:30pm we will hold our WHNAFall General Assembly meeting at Peachtree Baptist Church. We will have the honor of hosting Commissioner Rader to speak with us about the effects of Emory joining the City of Atlanta and other topics. If you have any questions about what is currently going on in Dekalb County, Commissioner Rader will be your best source of information. If there are any specific topics that you would like him to address, please email me at

As a bonus, one of our community business partners has arranged to serve a light dinner before the meeting at 7:00pm.

I hope to see you there!


Jeremy Spiegel

General Assembly Meeting: March 18th: 4-6 PM

General Assembly Meeting: March 18th: 4-6 PM at 1117 Country Ln NE

WHNA General Assembly Meeting March 18th: 4-6 PM at 1117 Country Ln NE
WHNA General Assembly Meeting March 18th: 4-6 PM at 1117 Country Ln NE

As we head into Spring, we have a lot going on in the neighborhood. Please join us for our Spring General Assembly Meeting.


Topics will include
Neighborhood anti-crime initiative
Update on Meeting with Commissioner Rader
BriarVista: What is Montessori and Why Briar Vista
Annual Yard Sale
Other information that you need to know

What: Spring Assembly Meeting
Where: 1117 Country Ln NE
When: Saturday, March 18th: 4-6 PM