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

Membership BBQ Sat May 21

2016 Membership Drive

The Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association (WHNA) was created in order to build a community atmosphere within Woodland Hills and to ensure that it is a great place to call home. Our mission is to continue to improve the beauty, peacefulness, and residential character of our community.

Membership is open to anyone living in, or interested in, the Woodland Hills Neighborhood. Benefits of membership include: WHNA yard sign, neighborhood social events, annual yard sale, neighborhood activism, community building events, lifelong friendships, and much more.

As in town living becomes more popular and our neighborhood continues to become a destination for new homeowners, it is important that our community works together to preserve Woodland Hills’ character and beauty. Strong neighborhood associations have been shown to improve home values and desirability. By proudly displaying your WHNA yard sign, you will allow all visitors to see the pride we have in our neighborhood.

Recent WHNA achievements!

A Productive Meeting with Commissioner Rader on Woodland Hills’ Specific Issues
Approval of Traffic Calming on Woodland Hills Dr
Approval of a Sidewalk on Lavista connecting Woodland Hills Dr and Shepherds Ln
Discussion on Future Sidewalks
Successful Arbitration Limiting Development at the Corner of Lavista and Briarcliff
Red Pepper Taqueria Social Night
Continued Conversations with MARTA Concerning Clifton Corridor Expansion

Join or renew today! Go to

Your 2016-2017 signs will be available for pickup at our annual bbq. If you are unable to make it to the party, your sign will be delivered shortly after the event.

Download a printable version here: WHNA 2016 Membership Drive & Spring BBQ Flyer

WHNA 2016 Membership Drive & Spring BBQ picture 5.2016

Creek Rising Party – Zonolite

The 4th Annual Creek Rising Party is just around the corner! Buy your ticket today! 

We're less than two weeks away from the South Fork Conservancy's 4th Annual Creek Rising Party. If you haven't bought your ticket yet, the time is now!

Join us at Zonolite Park on Thursday, April 28 to help us celebrate you: our friends and neighbors who made this another year of progress.

This year, the Conservancy is taking the party to the trails with live music, food and drink for all. Guests can also take a guided tour of the park, enjoy water testing demonstrations, and stroll down our newly extended trail.

Each ticket includes a chance to win a Big Green Egg! 

Click here to find out more and buy your tickets today.

GDOT Briarcliff Road Safety Audit

The Georgia Department of Transportation, in collaboration with the Federal Highway Administration, is conducting a Road Safety Audit (RSA) for State Route 42 (Briarcliff Road NE), from Ponce de Leon Avenue NE to North Druid Hills Road.

An RSA is a formal safety performance examination of an existing or future road or intersection by an interdisciplinary team of transportation professionals. They are proactive tools that use an innovative approach, including firsthand observations, to identify potential safety issues and enhancement opportunities to be considered in improvement projects. The audit team would like to gather your thoughts about potential safety concerns and possible solutions to those safety concerns along this corridor.

RSAs have been used successfully for a wide variety of locations to identify potential solutions leading to both short-term improvements and longer term efforts including construction projects.

For more information, or to take the survey, please click here. Please note, this survey will be available until Friday April 15, 2016.