Developed in 1922 as a twentieth century planned residential subdivision, many lots boast grand homes and beautiful landscapes.
Historically, Shirley Hills has been the home of many prominent businessmen and community leaders in Macon. A majority of the land was the estate of A.O. Bacon, aGeorgia legislator and United States Senator from 1894-1913.
The designers of this planned community focused on creating a radiant, picturesque space with a park-like feeling. The year-round natural beauty of Jackson Springs Park is a local favorite and attracts many visitors. The park is honorably named after General Andrew Jackson of Tennessee, a charismatic hero of the War of 1812, who camped here with his fellow troops.
Historic Preservation Committee Chair: JIM BARFIELD
Landscape & Environment Committee Chair: ANNE WHITE
PAY YOUR DUES
Beginning January, 2013,
dues are $30 per family member and contributing members, $50 for
Corporations. You may pay by sending a check to the following address.
Please note your name and address in the notes section if it is not a
Mail Your Check to:
Shirley Hills Neighborhood Association
PO Box 4712
Macon GA 31208
Credit Card Payments are also accepted here. A $1.20 convenience fee has been added to offset the cost of the processing fee.
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