Community Info

West Highlands HOA Property Manager

Michelle Grant

Sentry Management Inc.

5901 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd NE Suite B-525
Atlanta GA 30328
mgrant@sentrymgt.com
404-459-8951 ext 51906
404-459-8962 (fax)

 

Atlanta Public Schools:

Westside Atlanta Charter School

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Westside Atlanta Charter School (“WACS”) was established by neighbors, individuals and families that live in the growing Westside community of Atlanta, and we believe that a truly vibrant community can only exist with thriving, innovative schools.

Westside Atlanta Charter School aspires to create a culture of service and leadership where students and educators grow in curiosity, critical thinking and creativity. We envision our school as a place of exceptional academic preparation and dynamic social engagement, with the goal of becoming an integral part of a vibrant community.

William M. Boyd Elementary School

Boyd Elemboyd_hsentary School is a Year Round School committed to empowering students with the confidence, social skills, and  intellectual capacity required to successfully thrive and compete in middle school, high school, college, and the global marketplace.

Our children represent our hopes and dreams for the future, and they deserve the best education we can give them. We believe that every student has the potential to succeed. We are dedicated to making a difference in children’s lives by encouraging them to open their minds to learning, discovery, and achievement.

Boyd provides a vibrant, high-performing learning environment with excellent teachers, the latest technology and practices, and an innovative learning environment that  does not know any geographic, racial, or economical boundaries

Harper-Archer Middle School

harper_logoThe mission of Harper-Archer Middle School is to empower students to achieve excellence in scholarship, leadership, citizenship and sportsmanship while preparing them as leaders for the future.

 

 

 

Douglass High School

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Our mission is to collaboratively prepare students for their post-secondary options. We do so by engaging and empowering students, parents, teachers and the greater school community

 

New Northwest Atlanta Library:
(Northwest Branch Website)

A new 25,000-square-foot library for Northwest Atlanta, part of Phase I of the Library Building Program, is complete! This new library replaces the current Bowen/Bankhead and Perry Homes Libraries. The library is located on a site at the northeast corner of Perry Boulevard and Hollywood Road. This attractive new facility has an open design which prioritizes natural light with skylights and views to the surrounding natural area, in which the library resides. The interior feels inviting with a mix of vibrant color and comfortable natural surfaces. Individualized areas are designed for children, teens, small businesses, clubs and community meeting areas.

Emerald Corridor and Riverwalk:

The Emerald Corridor Foundation was established to help clean the waterways and associated land areas around Proctor Creek. The West Highlands is one of the communities that will see direct benefit from this project, with the Proctor Creek Greenway running directly through our community and providing trails to connect area schools such as Boyd Elementary and the Westside Atlanta Charter School.

Riverwalk Atlanta, with the support of the Urban Resources Partnership, has developed a master plan to incorporate public spaces adjacent to various locations on the upper Chattahoochee River. The Hartsfield Incinerator plan would provide a linear park with direct access to the river, a plaza and an amphitheater within the west side perimeter.

Neighborhood Planning Unit – G:

What is a Neighborhood Planning Unit?

The City of Atlanta is divided into twenty-five Neighborhood Planning Units or NPUs, which are citizen advisory councils that make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on zoning, land use, and other planning issues. The NPU system was established in 1974 to provide an opportunity for citizens to participate actively in the Comprehensive Development Plan, which is the city’s vision for the next five, ten, and fifteen years. It is also used as a way for citizens to receive information concerning all functions of city government. The system enables citizens to express ideas and comment on city plans and proposals while assisting the city in developing plans that best meet the needs of their communities. Neighborhood Planning Unit G (NPU-G) also known as NPU-Great! is located northwest of downtown Atlanta and includes the following Neighborhoods:

      Almond Park   Atlanta Industrial Park   Bolton Hills   Brookview Heights   Carey Park

Carver Hills   Chattahoochee   English Park   Inman Yard   Lincoln Heights

Monroe Heights   Rockdale   Scotts Crossing   West Highlands

The NPU is bordered generally by Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway to the south, Perry Boulevard/Norfolk Southern rail line to the north, Marietta Boulevard to the east, and the Chattahoochee River to the west.

NPU-G’s region is home to beautiful natural resources and terrain: high vistas, lush landscapes, rolling hills, panoramic views, dense forestry, wildlife, natural waterways such as the Chattahoochee River and Proctor Creek. NPU-G offers the environment of a retreat with the conveniences of a city.

Meeting Location:

Fire Station #28
1925 Hollywood Road
Atlanta, GA 30318

Date and Time:

Third Thursday of every month at 7:00 p.m.
(excluding July and December)

 

Important Phone Numbers:

Security: ProTect Security 404-481-9839

City of Atlanta: Mayor Kasim Reed
Office of Constituent Services

404-330-6026
Councilmember Felicia Moore 404-330-6044

Atlanta Police Department
Zone 1 Precinct 2315 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy

404-799-2487
Atlanta Fire Department
Station 22 817 Hollywood Rd NW

404-546-7000
Code Compliance 404-330-6190

Public Works (street repairs)

404-330-6333
Sanitation/Solid Waste
(household waste, yard trimmings)

404-330-6333
Street right-of-ways

404-546-6813
Traffic &Transportation
(traffic light, street signs)

404-330-6501
Watershed
(drinking water, waste water)

404-658-6500
Fulton County: Animal Services

404-613-0358
Street Lights: Subdivision street poles
(except for light poles in park)

888-660-5890
(Georgia Power)
Perry Blvd – high wooden poles 888-660-5890
(Georgia Power)

Perry Blvd – short decorative poles only 404-330-6501
(City of Atlanta)

Light poles inside park 404-459-8951 x111
(Sentry Mgmt)

Electric: Georgia Power 888-660-5890

Natural Gas: Atlanta Gas &Light 877-427-4321

Cable TV: Comcast 404-266-2278

Direct TV 800-375-9710

Dish Network 888-926-5457