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“Welcome home to Indian Hills, a place in the heart of East Cobb where tree-lined streets, spacious lots, and welcoming neighbors of all ages greet you. This master-planned community began development in 1969, with around 500 homes. Today, this sprawling neighborhood boasts around 1,680 unique homes that range from the $300k’s to more than $1M and is situated around a country club, 27 holes of golf, creeks and pocket parks throughout its 2,000 gently.. ” read more

   2020-2021        MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL

Become an ACTIVE member of the Indian Hills community!

Inherent satisfaction that you are a contributing member of your neighborhood’s betterment via annual membership participation.

$95 annually- our-fiscal year is October 1-September 30. Mail check for $95 or pay online +$3 convenience fee = $98

RENEW FOR 2020-2021

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  • Landscaping and maintenance of    9 entrances, medians and pocket parks
  • Roads & Security: IHCA works with Cobb City on finding ways to keep our community safe by troubleshooting speeders, stop sign runners, etc.
  • American Disposal Services (ADS)– receive the IHCA member rate of $15.95 per month. Sign Up at
  • IHCA Directory mailed to your home annually via USPS
  • Mailbox Replacement at member pricing
  • Smoke Signals, monthly newsletter, mailed via USPS
  • Community Affairs Holiday Lights, Dumpster Days & Garage Sales
  • HOA Closing Letters benefit for those who are selling or refinancing their home.

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  • 01/14/2021 9:00 AM | Anonymous

    The holiday season is behind us and I hope the spirit of the season remains with us throughout the year.  As we begin the new year, we still have some significant challenges leftover from 2020 and we know 2021 will bring its own set of unique and challenging circumstances.  Let us continue to meet the challenges of 2021 with hope, caution, consideration and common sense.

    In the late 1970s, Ken Carlson moved his family into Indian Hills and shortly thereafter established a tradition of elaborate decorations for the holidays.  Over the years, more and more have jumped on board in the neighborhood and have made an Indian Hills drive thru a “must see”, with all the blowups, lights, etc...  It was a family activity that turned into a community event.

    Ken passed away this past year from pancreatic cancer.  Despite the challenges the year presented, the Carlson family continued the tradition. They were out there getting the house loaded with lights in honor of Ken.  This tradition promotes community spirit and allows us a break from “doom and gloom”.  It gives us a festive interlude of inspiration and comradery. In the spirit that Ken proliferated there will be an award created for the Festival of Lights in his honor.  

    Thank you for helping make Indian Hills a great place to live. Help your friends and neighbors be a part of this spirit and please invite them to be a part of making Indian Hills a great place to live.  If you have a neighbor who is not a member, please share with them why you are a member.  A community is about fellowship and participation so encourage everyone to come onboard and be part of our community.

    Be safe. Be considerate. Be happy.

    Harold Itkin, IHCA President




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“Blackjack Mountain” Pipeline Project

-By Kris Killough, Director of External Affairs

You have probably heard by now that the Cobb County/Marietta Water Authority is heading up a project beginning pretty immediately that will replace the old 36” water pipes throughout the county. This project is called the Blackjack Mountain Pipeline Project, but it affects Indian Hills and the surrounding areas substantially. Work is slated to begin in the next week or two on Barnes Mill Road, west of I-75 and between Barnes Mill Road and Holt Road. Work within Indian Hills (east of Old Canton Road) is anticipated between October 2020 and February 2021, using multiple crews.

The map provided by the Water Authority for reference.


Indian Hills Country Club is an affordable family-oriented private club located in East Cobb County. The club features 27 holes of golf, open seven days per week, with extensive practice facilities. There are also eight tennis courts, three swimming pools, and a beautiful clubhouse featuring excellent dining and year-round social events. Learn more...

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(770) 509-7060, or 
Email: harolditkin(at)

P.O. Box 681283
Marietta, GA 30068

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