Grogan's Bluff

Dear New Homeowner:
Welcome to Grogan's Bluff Homeowners Association!  Grogan's Bluff stands as an established, community-minded homeowners association in Fulton County. With over 30 years of history, Grogan's Bluff Homeowner's Association strives to maintain a level of commitment that exceeds the expectations of those living in the community. We are constantly working on innovative ideas to better serve the community and deliver high quality service to each residence.
The homeowner’s association is a corporation that files with the Federal and State governments. We are governed, as a corporation, by an eight member volunteer Board of Directors and are self-managed.  We also have several standing and ad-hoc committee positions vital to our ongoing success. By listening to each other, and through combining our various areas of expertise, we have created the recipe for a strong, focused and trusted group of individuals with the goal of serving the community. We hope that your becoming a resident in Grogan's Bluff is rewarding and that you will also seek to become involved in the many ongoing community-based efforts and might possibly seek to serve on the Board or on one of our various Committees.
By enhancing the reputation of Grogan's Bluff and empowering our Board of Directors, we are able to create value for all of our homeowners. We are continually working to achieve our mission.

“To preserve Grogan's Bluff as the premier community in Sandy Springs
by protecting, maintaining, managing, and enhancing the assets
of the association and advancing the interests of the homeowners.”

This mission requires us to develop new and better ways to operate our systems which create sustainable value for our association as well as advancing the social and wellness needs of our residents. We are very proud of what we've achieved so far, but there is always more to be done. One of the ways we can help you as a new resident is through our website - where you can obtain all the information you need to know about the Grogan's Bluff Homeowners Association and our "hidden gem" of a neighborhood. Be sure to check out and like our public facebook page.
The Board of Directors at Grogan's Bluff Homeowners Association is proud to serve you and the needs of your family and hope that your experience living, working, and playing in Sandy Springs brings you and your family much fulfillment.
This web page is designed to help you get settled in as you move into your new home.  The feature boxes to the right of this letter contain links and information which you will find helpful during your initial days in the neighborhood.  If you do not yet have access to our neighborhood web site, be sure to take a minute to complete step #1 as soon as possible.  The board is also here to assist you, should you have any questions or need any help.  You can reach us by using the contact us page of this website.
Grogan's Bluff Homeowners Association Board of Directors
Step 1: Register for Web Access
We utilize this website to communicate with our homeowners, so having a user account and keeping your contact information updated is very important.  Additionally, invoices for dues and assessments, amenity reservations, covenants, controls & restrictions documents, meeting minutes and other important updates are managed through this website.  All formal requests, such as a request to modify your home or a request to report a violation in the neighborhood are sent through the "Action Requests" section of this website.  
If you do not have a log in account, utilize the Register Link to request your access today.  After selecting "Web Membership", you will be prompted to enter a registration code.  Please enter "welcome".  Note that the registration code is case sensitive, so please use all lower case.  You will then be prompted to enter some basic information about yourself.  Once you have an account set up and approved, you will be able to create access for additional family members.  
You will receive an approval email with your log in credentials within 48 hours.  You will not be able to log in until we have approved your request.  Once you receive an approval email containing your user name and password, you will be able to log in and change your password.
Step 3: Introduce yourself to your neighbors!
By now, you have received your website log in credentials and are able to log into our website.  Take a minute to introduce yourself, your family and your pets to the neighborhood using our User Announcements feature.  We are a very social neighborhood and look forward to meeting your personally.  
Include as little or as much as you like in the description field and be sure to tell us what you like most about living in Grogan's Bluff so far and why you dedicated to call Grogan's Bluff your home!
Get started by creating a new user announcement.
Step 4: Turn On Electric Service
Georgia Power provides electric service to the neighborhood.  
Step 5: Request your Natural Gas Service
Atlanta Gas Light operates and maintains the infrastructure that delivers the gas to customers of certified natural gas marketers. To report a gas leak, call their emergency number at 1-877-427-4321.
To establish natural gas service, shop the marketeers approved by the Georgia Public Service Commission. You will find that each company has varying rates and many offer special sign-up deals, so compare and select a provider that is right for you:
FireSide Natural Gas
Gas South
Georgia Natural Gas
Just Energy
Kratos Georgia
True Natural Gas
Walton EMC Natural Gas
Step 6: Request Garbage & Recycling Service
Homeowners must set up their own garbage and recycling services. Back door service is required for all homes in Grogan's Bluff. You must request this when you set your account up with the service provider. Garbage cans are not to be brought to the street for collection and must remain out of view from the street. The service provider will pick up the waste from your property where they are stored. Cans are to be kept near your garage, out of sight from the street. Recycling cans should be brought to the curb for collection on the evening before collection and must be returned to a storage location out of sight from the street the same day as collection. 
Our preferred service provider is Seegreen Services.  They provide service on Thursdays.  
They provide back door (valet service) to our homeowners.  This means you will leave your waste container at your garage door, or to the back of your driveway.  They will bring the container to the street, empty it and return it where it was found.
They will provide up to 2 large waste bins and 1 recycling bins to each home.
Please contact Seegreen Services to set up "Valet Service", which is required in the neighborhood and order your recycling services if desired.
OFFICE LINE:  770-608-4771
Step 7: Familiarize Yourself With Our Covenants, Controls & Restrictions
Understanding what is allowed and is not allowed within the neighborhood is a very important step in the move in process.
Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our Covenants (state-registered rules of the neighborhood which are attached to every property deed), Controls (also known as Bylaws, these are the rules of governance of the requirements) and Restrictions (these are guidelines set forth by the HOA Board of directors and must be followed by all homeowners).
Remember that any and all changes to your yard or home on the street-facing or sides must be approved by the architectural controls committee. Requests can be submitted for approval using the Home Modification Action Request form.
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In the Know: Walking in Gogan's Bluff
The hills and winding roads of our beautiful neighborhood add to it's charm and are great for walking, jogging and walking our fur-babies, however they also create blind spots for vehicles on the streets.  Please use extreme caution, especially when out at night to ensure that vehicles on the roadway can see you. 
  • Always walk facing traffic as close to the side of the road as possible. 
  • Use a short leash for your pets. 
  • Wear bright colored clothing during the day / reflective clothing after dark. 
  • Don't blast your music loud, and turn on transparency on your headset so that you can hear what's going on around you. 
  • Put your phone away and be aware of your surroundings.
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