Glenridge Close is located on Glenridge Drive between Mount Vernon Highway and Abernathy Road. This 42-home neighborhood association was formed in 1992 and includes residents living on Glenridge Close Drive, Glenridge Close Court and Glenridge Close Circle. The homes were built between 1992 and 1993.
Glenridge Commons Home Owner Association
Glenridge Commons is a fifteen home townhouse community which began development in 1986. This small community is located at 6391 Glenridge Drive between Abernathy Road and Mt. Vernon Hwy. and is between the Glenridge Close and Glenridge Chase developments. Its private road is lined with beautiful white flowering Crepe Myrtle trees. The Association maintains the common area landscaping, individual lots, and pool area. The Association promotes landscape standards to maintain the consistent style and beauty of the community.
Greater Branches Neighborhood Association
The Greater Branches Neighborhood Association is located north of Abernathy Road and south of Spalding Drive, between Peachtree Dunwoody and Mt. Vernon Highway.
Highlands of Sandy Springs Home Owner Association
Hunters Branch Home Owner Association
Hunters Crossing Civic Association
Marquis at Perimeter Center
Mount Vernon Towers Condominium Association
Mount Vernon Woods Community Association
The Mount Vernon Woods Association district is bounded by Abernathy Road to the north, Mt. Vernon Highway to the south, Roswell Road to the west, and Glenridge Drive to the east. Key neighborhood streets include Vernon Woods Drive, Cherry Tree Lane, and Williamson Drive. Most of the 239 homes in this subdivision were built in the 1950’s. In 1996, Mount Vernon Woods Community enacted a “permanent” homeowners association. 162 members pay dues (of $300 per year) to maintain common areas, support neighborhood swim tennis facilities, and provide for the long term stability of the neighborhood.
Peachtree Dunwoody North Civic Association
The Peachtree Dunwoody North Civic Association is located near where Peachtree Dunwoody Road intersects at Spalding Drive. The neighborhood is about 35 years old.
Spalding Woods Civic Association
Spalding Woods is a 30 year old community bounded by Roswell Road to the east, Dalrymple to the north, GA 400 to the west, and Glenlake Parkway to the south. The Association seeks to keep the neighborhood and Sandy Springs an attractive vibrant community for our residents of all ages, races and creeds. 260 homes.