(see below for annual fees)
The association’s rules limit membership to residents, property owners, or business owners in the Home Park neighborhood.
Although participation in the organization and most of the resources provided by HPCIA are open to all, membership is the only way you can vote on issues critical to our neighborhood. Membership shows your support for all the volunteers of the association. Funds from membership dues and donations are used to pay the expenses of HPCIA, which have included design services for master plans and signs, land use reviews, and expenses to operate this web site.
The HPCIA has contributed toward the purchases of a patrol motorcycle for the Atlanta Police Department and a police cruiser (Dodge Charger) used by both the APD and the Georgia Tech Police Department.
There are a number of ongoing initiatives that depend on the generous support of both time and money from neighbors like you. HPCIA guides smart development with our retail and services neighbors along our commercial streets and organizes periodic neighborhood beautification days.
If you can’t sign up online, you can join the HPCIA in a few other ways:
We invite members of the community to attend a Community Meeting and provide payment in person. See our Calendar page for dates and times.
If you can’t make a meeting, you can always mail a check to:
541 10th Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
The annual fees are:
Individual – $30
Family – $40
Non-resident Property Owner – $50
Senior – $5
Student – $5
Business or Organization – $50 and up.
Please note, the membership term is from January 1 to December 31. An informal policy is in place to extend membership into the following year for those that pay late in the year.
All active members will receive a postcard confirming receipt of your annual fee.
If you have any questions, please contact our Membership Chair at email@example.com.