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Neighborhood Associations

Chestnut Place Condominium Association

Live in Northwoods’ Chestnut Place? If so, and you want more information on getting involved contact Carol Gilman, Chestnut Place Condominium Association President, at For neighborhood watch matters, contact Nancy Kelly, Chestnut Place Watch Coordinator at

Citizens for Progress

Citizens for Progress is a citywide organization formed to address issues and concerns in our city and neighborhoods and to accomplish goals that will move our city in a positive direction. “Working together for a better Doraville”. For more information please contact: Tim Snyder (Northwoods Area) –, Nicole Chiles (Tilly Mill area) –, Susan Crawford (Oakcliff area) –

Doraville Unity Gardens

DUG is the umbrella association for the caretaking of two community gardens in Doraville. One is near Oakcliff Estates in Honeysuckle Park. The other is in the Northwoods neighborhood at the corner of Wheeler and Chestnut. We have DUG waivers and registration forms available at the meetings and the planting events. (Registration is just $1.00 a year.) Group meetings are usually held on the first Wednesday of the month at 7pm. For more information on DUG, contact or visit .  If you are interested in joining the Doraville Unity Garden (DUG) group, contact Yajaira Weiner at or (678-571-6442) or Heather Isaacson at or (770-458-0764) or Susan Fraysse at or (770-263-0262).

Neighborhood Watch Program

The award-winning Neighborhood Watch Program was formed to keep neighborhoods safe, promote citizen awareness of the need for crime prevention strategies, assist the Doraville Police Department in education and crime prevention programs and foster effective communication and understanding between Doraville residents and local law enforcement. For more information, contact one of the Program’s officers.

Officers: Terry Greenberg (President), Jeff Jenkins (Vice President), Vanessa Banks (Treasurer), Nan Smith (Secretary)  Resources: 24 Hour Cell (404-910-8858); NWP Pre Recorded Info Line Only 678-561-Isee (4733).  Join the NWP Yahoo group to get NWP Alerts and Events.

Northwoods Area Neighborhood Association (NANA)

NANA – the Northwoods Area Neighborhood Association – has been the official club supporting Doraville’s Northwoods, Gordon Hills, Gordon Heights and Fleetwood Hills neighborhoods for over 50 years. Originally known as Northwoods Civic Association, the group’s name has changed over time, but its purpose is still the same:

 "To provide a sense of community for Northwoods and the surrounding areas."

We are a nonpolitical, members-only organization that holds social events, engages in non-partisan civic projects, and promotes neighbors getting to know one another. 

Subscribe to our e-mail list 
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Northwoods Neighborhood Email List

NNA30340@yahoogroups Northwoods area residents can subscribe to this FREE email list that was created in 2002 and was the first Yahoo! Group in the City.  There are approximately 200 neighbors on this list.  Foks may subscribe by going to or by sending an email to Subscribe: .

Oakcliff Neighborhood Email List

ONA30340@yahoogroups   Oakcliff Estates area residents and others can subscribe to this FREE email list that was created in 2004. There are about 70 members who agree to the policy that “this online group is for friendly, neighborly communication of interest to the entire community … we are serious about improving our quality of life by creating a more positive, friendly and attractive community of good neighbors”.  Folks may subscribe by going to
or by sending an email to Subscribe:  For more information, please contact ONA30340 moderator, Susan Fraysse at 770-263-0262.


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