This association was created several decades ago by local resident Hilda Towery. With the Association's hard work, Bells Ferry, south of I-575, was kept as a 2-lane road and primarily low density residential. After Hilda's passing a group of concerned citizens from the Bells Ferry area revived the Association. We are a group of residents from various neighborhoods along the Bells Ferry corridor, whose mission is to preserve the quality of our residential neighborhoods amid increasing outside development demands of commercial business. We are living in a prime location near two major interstates, an ever-growing state university, a major retail mall and an outlet mall. It is vital that the residents of this area are represented. We encourage everyone to get involved with the issues and voice your opinions, even if they differ from ours. This is our community; what is developed affects our home values and quality of life.
The BFCA is an all-volunteer organization from the Bells Ferry corridor. We work with local legislators, environmental groups, law enforcement officials, residents and neighborhood associations within our area to address these issues head-on as they arise. Individuals are encouraged to actively participate in their communities and in the decisions affecting them. Please contact us to find out how you can help.
Cecilia Hart, Treasurer
Tullan Avard, Secretary/Project Manager
Erin Mulgrew, Communications/Public Relations
Cecilia Hart, Research
BFCA Advisory Board:
Dan Williams, Ph.D.
Martha Williams, Ph.D.