Together we can influence what happens around us.
The Riverside HOA represents all 700 of the households in our neighborhood. The most effective way to present our unified commitment to local government is to have a strong membership base.
The dues are kept at a moderate amount – $40/year. These costs include:
- Security measures
- Traffic enforcement
- Beautification of the entrances to the neighborhood
- Social gatherings
Your membership is more critical this year than any other year!
We have the strong potential for additional traffic coming through what is an already congested neighborhood as a result of the new Suntrust stadium. In addition to the Braves, there will also be live concerts. The HOA is working to enhance the police enforcement of existing laws and enhancing those – all for the benefit of preserving what we value – a peaceful and stable neighborhood.
Please consider donating above and beyond the $40/annual dues – it is an investment in your safety, security and peace of mind!
Annual Dues $40
Enhanced Traffic Enforcement $60
Commitment to Preserving the Riverside neighborhood $_____
Total $ _____
Memberships via Check takes significantly more time of our limited volunteer resources. We are not staffed to process all the checks we receive. If you are able to volunteer to help process checks please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions? Email email@example.com.
2017-2018 Board of Directors
- President: Colin Lichtenstein
- Vice President: Josh Brener
- Secretary/Communication: Neal Foushee
- Treasurer: Aimee Robertson
- Membership: Andrea Galiano
- Traffic: Craig Inman & Richard Kopelman
- Security: Tim Ellington & Beverly Knoechel
- President Emeritus: Reed Haggard
Each is a 2 year term, beginning January 1, 2017. The board members were voted into office at the annual meeting.
Communicate with your City Councilman
- Mayor: Rusty Paul
- District 1: John Paulson
- District 2: Ken Dishman
- District 3: Chris Burnett
- District 4: Jody Reichel
- District 5: Tibby DeJulio
- District 6: Andy Bauman