About Canton Road Neighbors, Inc.

Canton Road Neighbors, Inc. was founded in June 2005 and is a Georgia nonprofit, nonpartisan civic and neighborhoods-based organization. CRN represents neighborhoods along the Canton corridor and our focus is on planning, zoning and other issues related to an aging commercial and residential community. We have a five-member board of directors and twelve members on our neighborhood advisory committee

LINK to CRN Archives 2005-2016 https://sites.google.com/site/cantonroadneighborsarchives/

We offer these areas for volunteer activity either as a Board member or on the Neighborhood Advisory Committee:

Planning & Zoning, Community Gardening

This is the official website of Canton Road Neighbors, Inc. We do not host a Facebook site and do not post to Next Door. Updates are posted to this site and quarterly updates are sent via email to those who have signed up to receive our newsletter.

Board of Directors

Carol Brown, M.A., M.R.P. Chairperson and Co-founder

Delon W. Barfuss, PhD, Vice President

Kenneth Dixon, Director at Large

vacant Director at Large


Carol Brown Land Use & Zoning

Delon Barfuss Environmental


Neighborhood Advisory Representatives

Jamie Shew Chimney Cottages

Gabrielle Callahan Addison

Ben and Juanita Cox Canterbury I

Jim Smith Jen Warwick Dover, Lincoln

Jen Warwick Jim Smith Lincoln, Dover

Eric Hill, Adam Boze Chadds Ridge

Carmen and Ralph Harting Windcrest

David Poteet Marietta-Canton

Lookout Point

Tim O'Brien Canterbury Glen

Highland Trace

Neighborhoods/HOAs not represented by a Canton Road Neighbors Advisory Representative

Colleton Plantation

Country Plantation

Hunters Green

Meetings: CRN will host community meetings as needed for zoning cases or to address issues that require coordination with police. In years past there has been very low response to well advertised meetings that featured our Commissioner and Police. Therefore we do not hold regularly scheduled public meetings unless they are requested by a neighborhood to address a zoning case. The CRN Board and Neighborhood Advisory members communicate by phone and email on a regular basis to discuss community issues. Information is posted regularly on this website and quarterly email updates will be sent to the email list.