About the

City of Douglass Hills

Welcome to the City of Douglass Hills.

Douglass Hills is a residential community with approximately 1,400 single-family homes, 320 condominiums, 750 apartments, some farm property, and a few businesses.

The City is governed by a Mayor, who is elected for a four-year term, and six City Council members, each of whom is elected for a two-year term. City Hall is located at 219 Moser Road. Regular City Council meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm at City Hall. Additional special meetings may be held when necessary.

We are proud of our City and believe it offers a great place to live. Amenities such as Warren Walker Park and Running Creek Park offer residents an accessible, fun way to enjoy hours of relaxation.

The swimming pool, with low family rates and daily admission, affords hours of enjoyment, and the opportunity to meet and mingle with friends and neighbors.

  • Refurbished tennis courts are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • A great walking track around Warren Walker Park can be used year-round.
  • The Faye Tanner Gazebo is available for family outings and can be rented for weddings or other events.
  • Crosby Middle School, located in the heart of Douglass Hills, offers outstanding educational opportunities for the children of our area.
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Convenience! Affordability! Safety! Scenic beauty! Douglass Hills has it all!!

Government – City Officials

Bonnie Jung – Mayor

Clay Porter – City Clerk

Holly Sanford – City Treasurer

Richard Leezer – City Engineer

Bob Cullen – City Maintenance

John Singler – City Attorney

Government – City Council

Matthew Nelson

Pattu Eubanks

Jeff Riddle

Bill Middleton

Denise Scarpellini

Neil Sandefur