The Aberdeen Forest Homeowners Association, which began as the Aberdeen Area Homeowners Association in 1985, was incorporated in 1993. The neighborhood district is bounded by Glenridge Drive to the west, Mt. Vernon Highway to the north, Hammond Drive to the south, and Barfield Road to the east. Key streets are Glenairy Drive, Glenairy Court, Aberdeen Drive, Aberdeen Court plus contiguous properties on Glenridge Drive and Mt. Vernon Highway. The association keeps the neighborhood informed on zoning, road construction, garden club news, and social functions. 100+ homes.
Amberbridge Homeowners Association
The Amberidge Homeowners Association is located in west Sandy Springs near Johnson Ferry Road. The 155-home association includes residents of Amberidge Trail, Old Cabin Road, Amberglades Lane, Mossy Vale Way and River Valley Road west to Colewood Way. The neighborhood features homes built from the 1950’s and 1960’s in various residential styles and types. The resident mix ranges from single professionals, to young married couples in starter homes, to young families with children, to established families and seniors. The Association’s Board and members participate actively in Sandy Springs community building efforts
Autumn Chace Homeowners Association
Autumn Chace subdivision boasts 172 spacious town homes nestled on 21 acres of mature landscape. Located in the heart of Sandy Springs on Barfield Road, residents enjoy easy access to shopping, dining, hospitals, GA 400 and I-285. The Autumn Chace Homeowner’s Association maintains the exterior of all buildings, including roofs, gutters, exterior paint, landscaping, cable television, refuse/recycling, water and sewer services.
Belmont Trace Home Owner Association
Blue Stone Lofts
Bluffs at Marsh Creek
Braemore Homeowners Association
Brandon Mill Creekside Summit Home Owner Association
Brandon Mill Woods Civic Association
Breakwater Homeowner Association
The Breakwater Homeowner Association district is bounded by Johnson Ferry Road, Riverside Drive, and the North Mill neighborhood. The officers and board monitor zoning and transportation issues, keep the neighborhood abreast of community affairs, and sponsor homeowner social activities. 114 homes.
Cameron Glen Civic Association
Cameron Manor Home Owner Association
Chattahoochee North Homeowners Association
Chattahoochee North is located on north side of Riverside Drive just east of Johnson Ferry along both sides of North Riverside Circle. The north side is bordered by the Chattahoochee River.
City Walk Heights
Coldstream Court Home Owner Association
De Claire Home Owner Association
Deerfield Home Owner Association
Dunwoody Chace Owners Association
Dunwoody Springs Community Association
Dunwoody Springs/The Gardens
Dunwoody Springs/The Landings
Forestwood Lane Homeowners Association
The Forestwood Lane Association is located just north of I-285, one block south of Hammond Drive. Forestwood Lane is the main street in this neighborhood, which features 19 homes built in the 1960’s.
Forrest Place Condominium Association
Glenridge Hammond Neighborhood Association
Located in District 3 & District 5. The Glenridge Forest – Hammond Hills Neighborhood Association recently abbreviated their name to simply “Glenridge Hammond Neighborhood Association”. The neighborhood is located immediately north of I-285, with boundaries that include Johnson Ferry Road on the north, Boylston Road on the west, and Glenridge Drive to the east. Notably, Hammond Drive bisects the neighborhood. The majority of the 500 homes in Glenridge Hammond were built between 1957 and 1965 and are predominately brick ranch style homes. The neighborhood association is supported through volunteer annual membership dues, donations and the active involvement of spirited volunteers. Residents enjoy and appreciate the quaint charm and beauty of the neighborhood as well its proximity to the heart of the Sandy Springs “town center”.
Green Oak Court
Greywalls Homeowners Association
Grosvenor Place Association
The Grosvenor Homeowners Association is located north of I-285 between Hammond Drive, Mitchell Road to the west, and Lake Forrest Drive to the east. Key streets are Grosvenor Place and Embassy Court. Most homes date to the 1980’s. 35 homes.
Hammond Heights Community Association
Heards Forest Home Owner Association
Highgate at Sandy Springs Condominium Association
Lakeview Townhomes Condominium Association
Lancaster Home Owner Association
Laurian Woods Homeowners Association
Lost Forrest Home Owner Association
Montrose Home Owner Association
Mount Vernon Parc Home Owner Association
Mount Vernon Village Condominium Association
Mountaire Springs Neighborhood Association
The neighborhood includes homes built in the late 1950’s to 1960’s. The area is bounded by Johnson Ferry Rd to the NE, River Valley Rd to the NW (both not inclusive) and River Shore Estates to the south, and including all homes on the following streets: Ferry Dr, Angus Tr, Bonnie Ln, Long Island Ct, Long Island Pl, Long Island Dr, Underwood Dr, Colebridge Rd, Scott Valley Rd, Burdett Dr, Bridgewood Valley Rd, Colewood Ct and Colewood Way.
North Harbor Neighborhood Association
The North Harbor subdivision includes homes built mostly in the 1970’s. Located just south of the Chattahoochee River corridor, the North Harbor neighborhood district is bounded on the west and north by Riverside Drive, on the east by Johnson Ferry Road, and on the south by Amberidge and Lorian Woods subdivisions. Streets within the subdivision include Blackwater Trail, Blackwater Cove, Schooner Circle, Sea Marsh Court, North Harbor Drive, North Harbor court, Clipper Trail, Chesapeake Point, Lighthouse Point, and Old Harbor Drive. 159 homes.
North Riverside Neighborhood Association
Located in District 3 & District 2. The North Riverside Neighborhood Association includes River North and Riverside Estates subdivisions. The neighborhood district is bounded by Marsh Creek to the west and south, the Chattahoochee River on the north, and Brandon Mill Road to the east. Many of the homes were constructed between the 1960’s and the 1990’s. North Riverside is one of the first neighborhoods in Georgia to be certified by the EPA as a habitat for endangered non-game wildlife species. 260 homes.
North Springs Home Owners Association
The homes in the Devonwood-Wyncourtney neighborhood district were built in the 1960s and 1970s. The district is bordered by Dalrymple to the North, Brandon Mill Road to the west, and includes some homes on Brandon Mill, Dalrymple, and Spalding Drive. 400+ homes.
Old Stratton Chase Home Owner Association
Old Vermont Place Home Owner Association
Promenade at Northplace
Raleigh Square Condominium Association
Reddington Townhouse Association
Ridgemere Home Owner Association
River Chase Home Owners Association
The River Chase Homeowners Association is bounded by the Chattahoochee River to the north and Heards Ferry Road to the south. The subdivision is a friendly and active neighborhood with many special amenities for resident families, including a large swim facility, lighted tennis courts and a clubhouse and picnic area by the Chattahoochee River. 165 homes.
Rivershore Estates Homeowners Association
Riverside Home Owner Association
Sandy Springs Cove Home Owner Association
Sandy Springs Cove consists of 12 homes on Cliftwood Court and Cliftwood Drive
Seville Chase Home Owner Association
Stonington Townhomes Association
Stonington Townhomes are on west side of Roswell Road north of Abernathy and south of Dalrymple.
Sunny Brook Meadows Community Association
Surrey Place Home Owner Association
Telfair Home Owner Association
The Hammonds Condominium Association
Underwood Hills Home Owner Association
District 3 & District 2 Upper Dalrymple Road Home Owner Association
Whispering Pines Neighborhood Association
The Whispering Pines Neighborhood district is bounded by Abernathy Road, Roswell Road, Johnson Ferry Road, and Sandy Springs Circle. Wright Road is one of the key streets. The homeowners association seeks to promote the civic interests of the homeowners by full participation in the political process. 161 homes.
Winterthur Home Owner Association
Winterthur Homeowners Association extends from the Chattahoochee River on the east, to Northside Drive on the west, to River Chase on the north, and an office park on the south. 59 homes.