Uniting the Neighborhoods of Sandy Springs


Trisha Thompson
- President
Alan Toney - 1st V.P.
Doug Falciglia - Treasurer
Margaret Brown - Secretary

Graddie Tucker
President Emeritus

  (one per city council district)

  District 1 - TBA
  District 2 - Trisha Thompson
  District 3 - Alan Toney
  District 4 - Tochie Blad
  District 5 - Doug Falciglia

  District 6 - Susan Yeosock

  Marlise Landeck
  Ronda Smith


Sandy Springs, Georgia is a really great place to live, work, and play.  The Sandy Springs Council of Neighborhoods (SSCN) is a volunteer group of Home Owner Association Officers (HOAs) who pool our knowledge of local regulations, policies and key contacts.  We work with elected officials, citizens, community organizations and businesses to keep Sandy Springs' neighborhoods strong and vibrant.

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Feature Articles

New 2016 SSCN Annual Meeting

City of Sandy Springs updated website puts information at your fingertips!
There will also be a short business meeting & election of SSCN Directors.

Wednesday, March 23 at 6:30 pm (Doors open at 6:00)
at our newest park - Lost Corner
7300 Brandon Mill Rd 30328

City Staff will make a presentation showing you how to use the city's new website to access more information, more quickly & more easily. Discover steps that make it easy to report issues & follow cases. Bring your neighbors & learn how to follow new permits & development near you using the interactive zoning map or access info using the mobile app tool.

Light refreshments provided. Please join us at the restored cottage & learn more about city happenings. We look forward to seeing you there.

The slate of Directors to be elected this year and to serve a term of two years is as follows: Craig Gilchrist, District 1; Marlise Landeck, District 3; Tochie Blad, District 4; Susan Yeosock, District 6; Ronda Smith, At Large Districts 1-2; Matt LaMarsh, At Large Districts 3-4; Pam Jeter, At Large Districts 5-6.

All of these nominees are officers or board members of their HOA or Coalition as required by SSCN By-Laws and have shown an extraordinary involvement in their community. They have been recommended by their HOA’s and are well known to us through their work on major issues.

Link to the 2016 President's Annual Letter here

Link for our 2015 "Zoning 101" Presentation here

GDOT Releases Visualization Of Proposed
I-285/400 Renovations Link

2016 Membership

Please join us as we continue to advocate for the betterment of Sandy Springs neighborhoods. 2016 HOA dues are $75 which contribute toward operating costs. Download our Membership Registration Form here (Word document). Mail the form and your HOA check for $75 to:
Doug Falciglia
PO Box 76154
Sandy Springs, GA 30358

You can now pay by credit card via PayPal! If you do, we will still need the Registration Form (link above) sent to us. Thank you.

Thank you for your participation as we continue to advocate the success of Sandy Springs.

More info: DougFalciglia@SandySpringsCouncil.org

Our Mission

To identify common issues, to achieve common goals, and to stabilize, preserve, protect, and enhance the quality of Sandy Springs' neighborhoods and community.

SSCN seeks to bring together all homeowner and condominium associations of Sandy Springs in an effort to unify the community, pool knowledge and talents.

All homeowner and condominium associations are urged to join SSCN and participate.

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