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Welcome to the official website for the Chimney Springs community in Marietta, Georgia. This community website was developed to communicate with the residents of Chimney Springs and to serve as an information resource for visitors. We are glad you visited our site to learn more about us.

Please feel free to contact us with your comments or suggestions.
~    Neighborhood News    ~
UPDATE: Chimney Springs HOA - Financial Summary
Posted on Jan 9th, 2019 Comments (0)
Chimney Springs HOA - Financial Summary UpdateHOA Financials
Due to a newsletter proofing error, the CS HOA Financial Summary published in the January newsletter contained errors.  
The correct financial information has been included as a link in this article, for your reference.
We apologize for any confusion this may have caused, and appreciate your patience as our new volunteers refine processes in their committee roles.
Thank you.
Posted on Jan 8th, 2019 Comments (0)
SMALL AREA PLANNING – Johnson Ferry/ Shallowford Road (‘JOSH’)
Three community meetings were held in March, April and May of 2018 for public input into planning for the Johnson Ferry Road/ Shallowford Road Small Area Planning initiative.  Three additional community meetings for JOSH have now been added, and tentatively scheduled for January, February and March 2019.  Location and time of meetings will be posted on our website. Everyone is invited to attend.
Posted on Jan 8th, 2019
Happy New Year, Chimney Springs! I hope you all had a fun and festive holiday season. Now that 2019 is here, your HOA Board is eager to get to work.
As your newly nominated Board Chair, I am excited to serve you in this new role. Stacy Burke and John Turrentine are returning for the second of their two-year terms. Additionally, we welcome new Board members Dana Startt and Todd Bemis.
Please join me in thanking outgoing Board members Kevin Glass, Greg Guiliano and JD Tucker for their dedicated service and leadership.
HEED THE SPEED - Winter Advice
Posted on Jan 8th, 2019 Comments (0)
Winter months provide a unique set of challenges to roadway safety. The daylight hours are shorter, temperatures lower, and hazards exist that may not be present during other times of the year. When temperatures drop, it is particularly important to be aware of potentially hazardous road conditions.
IN THE KNOW - EC & BOD Minutes
Posted on Jan 8th, 2019
The Executive Committee and Board of Directors meetings are available for your convenience on the website. Visit the Executive Committee or Board of Directors tabs on the left side of the page and click on minutes. You will be up to date on the reports, actions, and votes from these meetings.
Posted on Jan 8th, 2019 Comments (0)
Happy New Year!  I am excited to share with you the Chimney Springs 2019 Executive Committee volunteers:
  • Pam Lydon, Vice President
  • Henri Bulterman, Secretary
  • Lauren Carey, Treasurer
  • Dave Grace, Architectural Control
  • Bess Posada, Clubhouse/Hospitality
  • Julie Surman, Communications
  • Ric Grome, Community Action
  • Dave Norris, Information Technology
  • Dean Pallas, Landscape
  • Norm Glover, Maintenance
  • Heather Hoeller, Neighborhood Events
  • Jay Tilley, Neighborhood Watch
  • Shawn Glanville, Pool
  • Jeff Ballard, Tennis                

~ Neighbor News ~
Chimney Springs sends congratulations to Amy Caroline, daughter of Don and Julie Potts, who married Kevin Dale Wettrau on November 18. Amy also graduated from Lipscomb University on December 15 with a BS in Family Sciences. She works for Brookdale Assisted Living and the couple resides in Nashville, TN.
The ‘hood is excited to welcome Amber and Jason Caponi as our newest residents. Prior to moving to Marietta, they lived in Acworth for 13 years. Amber enjoys fitness, cooking and dancing, while Jason enjoys his tool time and is looking forward to spending time in his detached garage. They have two children, Ali (8) and Michael (4).
We would love to hear your good news! Please let us know about weddings, special anniversaries, births, graduations, college choices, notable awards or events your family is celebrating.
Please submit your good news via email to the Communications Committee @ - Please include your name, address and 
good news. Please submit by the 15th of the month.

~    Upcoming Events    ~
Thursday, January 24th
Child sexual abuse is likely the most prevalent health problem children face today, with some of the longest lasting consequences. Come discover what you need to know to protect our children and communities. It will be held at the  Chimney Springs Clubhouse on Thursday, January 24, 2019, at 6:00pm.
During our award-winning Stewards of Children® prevention training, you will meet survivors who lived through child sexual abuse, experienced its immediate and long-term effects, and ultimately were able to find healing. You will meet experts who work with children and families and confront abuse on a daily basis. Lastly, you will find concrete steps that you can take to protect the children in your life.
Cost is $10 per participant and covers the cost of materials. Venmo to @Kelley-Jimison or pay $10 at the door
RSVP to Kelley Jimison by text or
Sunday, February 10th
Chimney Springs would like to welcome all new homeowners to our neighborhood on Sunday, February 10, 2019, from 3:00 - 4:30pm, the Chimney Springs HOA Hospitality Committee will host an Open House at the Clubhouse to welcome all new 2018 homeowners.
We hope the Open House will provide an opportunity to meet your new neighbors and to ask questions you may have of our neighborhood. Please bring your children. Refreshments will be served.

~ Lost and Found ~
None listed at this time.

~ Neighborhood Notices ~
By Neighbor on October 4, 2016
Open burning is allowed October 1–April 30 of each year. During this time, you may burn limited yard debris (leaves, pine straw, and small limbs no more than 2” in diameter from growth on your property). The following restrictions for burning also apply:
• Burning is allowed between the hours of 10:00am and one hour before sunset (no smoldering or hot coals remaining).
• No burning is allowed on windy days (10 mph or higher) or on days when the atmospheric conditions (cloudy, overcast, or raining) would cause the smoke to remain low to the ground.
• Burning must be attended by an adult who must be watching the fire at all times. Never leave a fire unattended.
• A water hose must be on hand that can reach the fire, and can be ready to use if needed.
• Fires must be at least 50 feet from all structures, including fences of combustible material.
• Fires may not be started with petroleum-based products.
You may not burn refuse or other combustibles, such as garbage of any kind, construction material, plastic products, fiberglass, tree trunks, stumps, kudzu vines, or corn stalks. Any material that is moved from one location to a different property cannot be burned. Burning for recycling wires (to access metal) or tires (to access wheels) is not allowed. For information regarding alternative methods to dispose of yard waste, contact the Georgia Environmental Protection Division at 404-362-2537.
Please understand that even if you follow all of the guidelines for burning, you may be required to extinguish the fire if it adversely interferes with another’s enjoyment of life, use of property, or if someone with a health problem is affected.
NOTE: During the burning period, a fire official may prohibit burning at times when atmospheric conditions or local circumstances make burning hazardous.