an Historic Area of unincorporated Cobb County, Georgia.

To its residents, Vinings Village represents a scenic area, nestled between the Chattahoochee River and the Railroad Line. Rich in natural beauty, just minutes from downtown Atlanta; Vinings Village is a classic example of what can be done to preserve openness and spaciousness in the midst of urbanization and industrialization. Residential properties constitute 93% of the community. A Polo Field and pasture add to the bucolic environment, while a limited commercial area is comprised of fashionable restaurants, boutique retail, and professional offices housed in historic structures. To this day, as in the 19th Century, the Chattahoochee River and the Rail Line mark the natural defined boundaries of the community.

 The Vinings Village Homeowners Association 
is a nonprofit 501(c)(4) corporation whose mission is to preserve and protect the environmental 
and material culture that make up Vinings rich and irreplaceable heritage.  The VVHA is actively involved in all matters pertaining to the preservation of the integrity of  Vinings Village. Through
four decades, the VVHA has faced  a variety 
of challenges from zoning to traffic and from over-commercialization to historic preservation. The management of these challenges has been  as diverse
as the times in 
which they appeared. 

We invite you to explore this site to understand the
many facets of this organization’s programs.

Building Community Neighbor by Neighbor

This site is provided by Vinings Homeowners Association