Smoke Rise is a tranquil community nestled at the foothills of Atlanta's Historic Stone Mountain. Our unique homes and natural setting provide an environment rarely found in one of our nations's largest metro areas. Our community is comprised of approximately 2,000 homes in more than more than 10 neighborhoods clustered along the DeKalb County/Gwinnett County border. Smoke Rise is conveniently located less than 15 miles from Atlanta's metropolitan downtown area, yet each home is situated on at least an acre of scenic land. We also boast over 40 acres of public green space within our community border, including Smoke Rise Park.
March 31, 2015 at 7:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall of Smoke Rise Baptist Church. Please plan to attend and help us welcome our featured guest, Pamela McCloud, to our community as the new Principal of Smoke Rise Elementary Charter School. We will also hear from Representative Billy Mitchell, Senator Steve Henson, DeKalb County School Board representative Jim McMahan, and hopefully Commissioners Jester and Watson.
Work is well underway to continue advancing the City of Tucker with the boundary that was approved by the House Legislative Panel. The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University is updating the City of Tucker Feasibility Study and members of our team are working continuously with legislators to ensure that the City of Tucker moves forward. We continue to look for opportunities to get the word out in the community and engage in productive dialogue. We will soon be holding a community-wide meeting and continue to accept invitations to speak to neighborhoods and other community organizations.The Tucker community has been the driving force in getting efforts to this point, and continued engagement is critical. Sharing information with neighbors, hosting local discussions, and donating financially are all key.
Please look for announcements on upcoming meetings, and feel free to contact us at any time. Thank you for your support of the Tucker community!
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