Leafmore-Creek Park Hills
Civic Association


  • 2023-05-22 5:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    The above link contains the following:

    A message from Ted Daniel, interim President of LCPHCA

                The loss of Pete Patterson

                The purpose of this report

                The introduction of our new president-elect, Rob Holley

    LCPHCA Mission Statement

                Preserve, protect, and improve the livability of the neighborhood and quality of life of the LCP residents

                Researching community concerns – political and other

                Coordinate with other Civic & Neighborhood Associations

                Help determine if policies and projects will positively or negatively affect our neighborhood.

                Hold regular meetings with the members to inform members of issues and proposals

                Make decisions & take action in coordination with the members consistent with the mission.

    Leafmore History

                The beginnings of DeKalb in the early 1800s

                The confluence of the creeks making an ideal settlement

                The establishment of Oak Grove Methodist Episcopal Church

                The Civil War

                Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church

                Growth via the railroads

                The cows of the 1950s

                The people of the 1960s

                First water treatment facility

                For further reading . . . 

    History and accomplishments of the LCPHCA

    Swim Tennis Civic – combined in 1961

    The sub-group of the Civic Association

    Stone Mountain Freeway

    Stopping major cut-through

    Speed humps


    Condo complexes on LaVista – 2003 and again 2012

    The driving range

    Teardown and Infill

    Creation of the Leafmore Overlay District

    Planning for the future – geographical studies

    Institutional sign ordinance

    Spring Creek Path access

    Accomplishments and spending

                Regular meetings, including real estate overviews

                Hosting elected officials

                Support of campaigns

                Support of local green spaces – Frazier Rowe

                Volunteers and funding for Carey Hansard Park

                Upkeep of landscaping and maintenance of neighborhood entrances

                Santa visit

                Social gatherings

                War chest funding of attorneys, engineers, etc. as needed for protection of the neighborhood

                Sign toppers for street signs

    Please join!

    Notes from our President Elect – Rob Holley

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