Category: Community Events

Decatur Heights Community Egg Hunt This Saturday, March 19th from 11am-1pm

The Decatur Heights Community Egg Hunt will be this Saturday March 19 @ 11:00. Participants are requested to meet in the Community Room of The Church at Decatur Heights and then go into the Decatur Heights Park & Garden for the Egg Hunt ! The church address is 735 Sycamore Drive and the Decatur Heights Park & Garden is behind the church. Plan to come and join the fun and enjoy our great Park & Garden space ! For more information contact Vicki at 770-617-6673.

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Candidates Forum 2015 Held at The Church at Decatur Heights



Discussion on current state of City of Decatur by Decatur City Comission and Decatur School Board Candidates. Touching on a range of topics from annexation, to traffic control.  There are a total of (9) 15 minute videos.

From Left To Right: Eric Tumperi, John Ridley, James Johnson, Commissioner Scott Drake,  CSD Board Chair Garrett Gobel, Tasha White, Thomas DeSimone

Hosted by Decatur Heights Neighborhood Association.

Moderator Bill Banks, freelance writer and AJC correspondent, held at The Church at Decatur Heights, 735 Sycamore Drive

Thank you to Daniel from Forever Dreaming Productions for his work on audio and sound production.

Candidates Forum October 25th 3-5pm.

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November 3 ballot

City Schools of Decatur Bond Referendum

HB597 Dekalb Ethics Board Bill


City of Decatur Commission Candidates:

District 1 Post B

Commissioner Scott Drake

Eric Tumperi

[Valencia Breedlove


District 2 Post B

James Johnson

[Brian Smith

At Large

John Ridley

[Tony Powers


City Schools of Decatur School Board Candidates:

District 1 Post B

CSD Board Chair Garrett Gobel

District 2 Post B

Thomas DeSimone

Tasha White

National Night Out August 4, 2015 (Pop with a Cop)

National Night Out Tuesday August 4th.  your DHNA will be participating in this national event by hosting Pop with a Cop.  From 5:30-6:30 come by to enjoy a popsicle with your local police officers and thank them for all they do.

You can still participate in this event if you are not able to make it for a popsicle.  From 8-9pm turn your porch light on to recognize local law enforcement.  Pop with a Cop