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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 $400k’s to nearly $2M and is situated around a country club, 27 holes of golf, creeks and pocket parks throughout its 2,000 gently.. ” read more

   2022-2023        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 2022-2023

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  • Landscaping and maintenance of 11 entrances and intersections, medians and 5 pocket parks.
  • Roads & Security: IHCA works with Cobb City on finding ways to keep our community safe by troubleshooting speeders, potholes, etc.
  • American Disposal Services (ADS)– receive the IHCA member rate of $18.45 per month. Sign Up at
  • IHCA Directory mailed to your home annually via USPS
  • Mailbox Replacement at discounted IHCA pricing
  • Smoke Signals, monthly newsletter, mailed via USPS  and posted on the website
  • Community Affairs Holiday Lights, Dumpster Days, Back to School Supply Drive & Garage Sales
  • HOA Closing Letters benefit for those who are selling or refinancing their home.

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  • 01/28/2021 9:00 AM | Anonymous

    Do you know where the water shut off is at your house? How about all 13 entrances to our neighborhood? Since 2016, we have had an outstanding board member make it his mission to understand and beautify the entrances and all of the common areas of Indian Hills. He has overseen the building of the pocket parks and the rebuilding of signs after several traffic accidents. He is the person that has been called when there is a water leak from one of the common areas or a tree has fallen in the road. It was brought to my attention recently that Ron Andrews and his incredible wife Tricia will soon be leaving Indian Hills to retire in Texas. I want to take this opportunity to thank Ron and Tricia for all the work and sacrifice they have given to our wonderful neighborhood over the years. Tricia has also been a dedicated volunteer for the board for more than 30 years, serving as Block Captain, Area Director, distributing newsletters, and most recently as editor of the Trading Post for the past several years. We will miss you both on the board, we will miss your friendship, and I will miss having a fellow west Tennessee boy with which to compare life in Georgia!

    If you see Ron and Tricia in the next few months, please take a moment to give them a heartfelt thank you for all they have done for Indian Hills. If anyone is interested in serving on a wonderful board of volunteers for our community, please do not hesitate to reach out to myself or any board member. Thank you for helping make Indian Hills a great place to live!

    Kris Killough
    Kris Killough,
    IHCA President

President's Message Blog

4th of July Parade & Pool Party!


IHCA Board Meeting

Monday, August 29, 7pm

Indian Hills Country Club

Indian Hills Book Club

The Indian Hills Book Club meets the 4th Thursday of the month at 1:00 PM in person

AND now at 7:30 pm as well.

We continue to have lively discussions. Come and join us! 

Celebrating Life, Creating Friendships, through BOOKS 

Donna Worden (843) 597-5530 and Lindsay Reese 678-296-0590 for evening meetings

Rusty Morgan (713) 882-8267 and Rosalind Katz (404) 317-2151 for daytime meetings


Smoke Signals

The Official Newsletter of Indian Hills Civic Association


Member Spotlight

Mark and Elba Gallagher

~Bonny Carr, IHCA Membership Director 

Let me introduce you to this month’s IHCA Member Spotlight family: Mark and Elba Gallagher, who have lived in our beautiful neighborhood for 14 years.  They chose their home here in Indian Hills because of its beautiful landscaping, access to swim, tennis, and golf, and its proximity to friends.  They relocated from the Terrell Mill Park area.  Originally from Baton Rouge and Philadelphia, they have varied interests.  Elba loves to garden (lots of hybrid tea roses) and Mark loves sports of all kinds Read More...

Summer Date Ideas For You and Your Partner 

~Michelle Manganiello

“We all know winter is a cozy, intimate season that we associate with hot chocolate, the fireplace, and romance. However, summer can be a season of love too. The days are longer, there seem to be less responsibilities, you can get out those sandals and swimsuits, and the opportunities for fun are endless. At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter what you’re doing as long as you’re together, so let’s dive into some fun date ideas for you and your special someone this summer." Read More...


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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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(352) 727-1038, or 
Email: tkkillough(at)

P.O. Box 681283
Marietta, GA 30068

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