The Underwood Hills Neighborhood Association (UHNA) is a non-profit civic organization recognized by the IRS under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(4). The UHNA exists to preserve and improve the quality of life of the residents of Underwood Hills by organizing community events, advocating on behalf of the residents and acting as a liaison to governmental entities, private businesses and other groups on issues such as development and zoning, safety and traffic. Meetings are generally held quarterly and are open to all, but only members are allowed to vote.
The only qualification for UHNA membership is to live within the boundaries of the neighborhood as defined by our Bylaws. Although dues are not mandatory for membership, neighbors are encouraged to choose a $15 (individual) or $30 (family) dues payment, valid for the calendar year in which you join, to fund popular programs such as the Spring Social, Underwood Hills Park beautification, neighbor outreach and communication tools to keep you informed about what’s going on in the ‘hood.
Simply click the “Join” button, select the membership type and fill in the details to pay online. You may alternatively send a check made payable to Underwood Hills Neighborhood Association and mail it to UHNA, PO Box 19914, Atlanta, GA 30325. If paying by check, please also include your name, email, phone and address.
You may want to also join the UHNA Security Patrol. For details, see the Security page.
Note that joining UHNA does NOT automatically also sign you up to receive the email newsletter. Click here to subscribe to the UHNA eNews.