Our Mission:

To protect and enhance the value of your home and community

Who We Are

The High Point Civic Association is a non-profit organization of residents living in the High Point area of Sandy Springs, GA, established to preserve and enhance the integrity of our neighborhood by maintaining a consistent and unified adherence to sound land use. We invite you to join our volunteer organization and connect with our community. 

Sponsored by the High Point Civic Association
7 PM, Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Highpoint Episcopal Community Church

Many Sandy Springs residents have expressed concern about the recent homicide that occurred in Derby Hills, which is near Windsor Parkway off of Peachtree Dunwoody Road. 

To provide more information and respond to questions, the High Point Civic Association has arranged for a public meeting with Captain John Mullin of the Sandy Springs Police Department.  Captain Mullin is Zone Commander for the Southern District of Sandy Springs.

All High Point Civic Association members and Sandy Springs residents are invited to attend.

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  • Enhanced Security Patrols
  • Safe Streets Program

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  • Land Use


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