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Peachtree Heights West Civic Association

Welcome to Our Neighborhood

Nestled under a cathedral canopy of ancient oaks, magnolias and pines, neighbors journey through the rolling hills and coveted, winding paths of Peachtree Heights West and bask in the glow of one of the city's prized neighborhoods. You feel the joy of this place when you walk here - neighbors who stop to speak or share a tale about an accompanying precious pup, colleagues who meet at the city's History Center to learn about our past and propel our city forward, or just a quiet stroll along sidewalks on broad streets that lead to homes designed by the names of architects including Hentz, Pringle, Reid, Schutze and many more.

On the National Historic Register since 1980, approximately 550 families call this community less than 15 minutes from downtown their "home", and their care for this bucolic common comes to fruition through their pride in the Peachtree Heights West Civic Association, whose parties, picnics, parks and policies are sure to please all who become a part of its fabled spirit. For more on the benefits of this membership, see Explore.

Neighborhood Directory Available for Members

We have created a membership directory that you can download, view and print.  Your membership must be up to date to access it.  Log in and then use the link below to access the directory.  It is only for the private use of our members. 

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Membership in Peachtree Heights West:

  • Membership in our Civic Association provides access to social events, community news and programs, information on our parks and all that we do to ensure their maintenance and long-term cultivation. Your dues fund these initiatives, including a neighborhood-wide security patrol, staffed by off-duty City of Atlanta police.

  • To join our association, we ask that you own a residence within the neighborhoods boundaries, and pay annual dues. The boundaries of the neighborhood are as follows: West Paces Ferry to the north, Peachtree Road to the east, Peachtree Battle to the south, and Habersham Road to the west. (Click here for Map)

Please Click here to begin your journey into this wonderful community’s association offerings.

Security Patrol

Peachtree Heights West is proud to be considered one of the safest neighborhoods in Atlanta. To help keep it that way, we provide supplemental security from an amazing group of off-duty Atlanta police led by respected Atlanta police Captain Jeff Baxter. Their service augments the Atlanta Police Department through daily patrols throughout our neighborhood keeping a watchful eye out for our residents.

As a member of the PHWCA, you benefit from this security patrol within our neighborhood boundaries. Every day, Captain Baxter or a member of his team spends 5-6 hours patrolling the streets of Peachtree Heights West. The patrol operates on a random basis rotating their hours over 24 hours for maximum effect and ensures that the association’s supplemental hours do not overlap with the hours provided to Peachtree Battle Alliance. Effectively this provides 10-12 hours of supplemental security patrol.

General Information 

For more information about The History Center & Events, please click here


For more information about PHW Gardening Club & Events please click here

School Services

Please click here for a listing of all public, charter and private schools that serve our neighborhood

Filming in PHWCA

We have created a set of parameters for any film or television production company seeking to film in our neighborhood. These guidelines include a suggested contribution to the neighborhood association to offset inconvenience to our residents; the funds are used to help fund the security patrol. We also have guidelines for the production companies to help minimize any disruption to the neighborhood. The process is as follows:

  • In order to film here, the production company must first have a permit from the City of Atlanta. This permit specifies dates and times, lane closures, parking of trucks and vans, any exceptions granted from City noise ordinances, permission to film at night, etc.

  • Our film liaison is advised of permits by the City, but the committee also keeps a proactive eye out for projects in case the required permit has not been issued. 

  • As soon as our film liaison is notified of a permit, they contact the production company, negotiate an inconvenience fee and provide a copy of our PHWCA guidelines. 

  • During filming, a film liaison committee member checks to ensure that the production company is complying with the city permit.  If there are any complaints from neighbors, these are discussed with the production company and a resolution is determined.

If you have questions or concerns about a filming project in our area, please contact our film liaison at

If you agree for your home to be used as a site for filming, please let the film liaison know well in advance of the work beginning by sending a note to

Government Services

Please click here for a listing of all government and public services available to our neighborhood

Friends of Our Association

Please click here for a listing of the groups we are proud to call our friends.

Member Parties & Meetings

One of the highlights of membership are the spectacular parties thrown twice a year by members, for members! Each spring and fall, the association hosts an adults-only cocktail party at a member’s home. Libations, hor d’oeuvres, music and entertainment make these parties a must of the social season.

Our board hosts an Annual Meeting at the History Center. This meeting is designed to gather our neighborhood together to visit and to learn what has happened in the community over the past year as well as what is on the horizon for the year ahead from community experts and the Atlanta City Council. The next meeting will be on January 24, 2023 from 6-8 PM.

Neighborhood History

At the onset of the 20th Century, Wash Collier owned the virgin forest that stretched from 14th Street to Buckhead. He died in 1903 and Eretus Rivers, owner of the Peachtree Heights Company, acquired 500 acres of undeveloped woodlands on the west side of Peachtree Road from the Collier estate…

This acreage began at Peachtree Creek and extended northward. Part of this parcel would become the Peachtree Heights West neighborhood and part would become the adjacent neighborhood of Haynes Manor. At the entrance to the development near the intersection of Peachtree Road and Peachtree Battle Avenue, Rivers built a small classic house to be used as a sales office. That structure is still actively used today by the Atlanta Public School System.

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