Hanarry Estates Homeowner's Assoc.
Hanarry Estates is not just another neighborhood. We are a united community committed to involvement, communication, leadership, safety, and friendship.
HEHA is a voluntary neighborhood homeowner's association and run separately from HSRC. However, each organization works hand-in-hand to keep each other thriving. Residents within Hanarry Estates proper are eligible to become a part of HEHA for the low annual dues of $30, which we consider a small investment with great returns.
Throughout the year, we strive to promote the beautification, safety, welfare, and enjoyment of the homeowners within our community. We use HEHA funds to offer and maintain many community-oriented services, projects, special interest groups, and social activities. To stay aware of important community information (everything from zoning to break-ins), you will be added to our HEHA email list and the C.O.P.S. Calling Post.
Lighted & Maintained Entrances
Upkeep & improvements of the four Hanarry brick entrances, including electricity*, flowers/landscaping, holiday decor, etc.
*Electricity to keep the four entrances lit is, by far, the largest portion of our expenditures. Please consider becoming a part of the HOA to help, if nothing else, keep the neighborhood’s entrances from going dark.
We keep Hanarry Estates a safe and friendly place to raise a family and to enjoy friends and neighbors through our role as a Gwinnett County C.O.P.S. Community. C.O.P.S. is an acronym for Community Oriented Police Services. Hanarry Estates was awarded the prestigious honor of "Master C.O.P.S.
Community of the Year" in 2001 and 2014.
Yard of the Month
3 Children’s Socials per year
Easter Egg Hunt, 4th of July Parade, Children’s Christmas Party
Christmas Mailbox Bows
8 Newsletters per year
Residents in Hanarry Estates proper and the adjacent areas known as Rubyville and Fieldstone are eligible to become members of the HEHA.
* Please consider these small dues as an investment in your property value *
Dues are payable on April 1st Mail checks to HEHA
PO Box 411, Lilburn, GA 30028
$30 annually (emailed copy of newsletters) or
$35 annually (mailed paper copy of newsletter)
Main Contact Email
Peggy Trettel 770-925-0994
Diane Davis 770-921-6866
Block Rep. Chairperson
Ginny Chambers 770-921-1762
Hanarry Estates History
Hanarry Estates is a 396 home, swim and racquet community located in the southern part of Gwinnett County about 30 miles northeast of Atlanta, Georgia, with convenient access to I-85 and Stone Mountain Freeway/Highway 78. Hanarry Estates is proud to be a part of the Parkview High, Trickum Middle, and Knight Elementary school districts. Several excellent private school are also nearby.
Development of our community started in 1969 and was built out by the late 1970's. The community was developed on land originally owned by Hannah and Harry Shafer, hence the name Hanarry. The streets were names after members of the Shafer family, event their collie dog. Harry and his sons built many of the houses along with several other builders.
Hanarry Estates is a Gwinnett County C.O.P.S. Community. C.O.P.S. is an acronym for Community Oriented Police Services. Hanarry Estates was awarded "Master C.O.P.S. Community of the Year," a very prestigious honor, in 2001 and 2014. Hanarry Estates is a safe and friendly place to raise a family and to enjoy friends and neighbors. The community also works closely with the Gwinnett County Planning and Development/Zoning Compliance Section to maintain and monitor strict county zoning codes pertaining to property maintenance ordinances and zoning regulations.
Diane Davis & Ginny Chambers
Jo Anne Evans
Crafts & Cuisine
Bill & Ann Thornton
Yard of the Month
Michael & Amy Trammell
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