Caring for Our Community’s Future


Forestville BBQ at Forestville Youth Park

Get Ready to Have Fun – BBQ Fun, That Is

June 4 & 5, 2022
Free Admission • 11 AM – 8 PM

The highly anticipated Youth Park BBQ is coming right up the weekend of June 4th and 5th at the Youth Park.  A parade through downtown in the morning, pancake breakfast at the Methodist Church then fun and games starting at 11 am on the 4th. Both days feature dance bands, food, wine and beer, plenty of food, craft vendors and more.
Parade: June 4, starts at 10 AM.
Forestville Methodist Church Free Breakfast: June 4 from 8 – 9:30 AM
For more info, go to: Forestville Youth Park.
Scroll down page to find:
• 2022 Parade Entry Form (Entries are FREE.)
• Vendor Application & Regulations
If you’d like to volunteer: Go Here.

Get Your Forestville Projects Together

2022 Forestville Community Fund

June 24 Deadline

Apply here: Forestville Community Fund Application
You can also download paper versions of the Application and the Signature Forms.

See the Community Fund section to help you prepare and for more info.

Did you miss the Forestville Fire Safety Meeting?

It was held on 5/22/22 at the Youth Park Community Room. Guess what? I taped it – last minute idea (your trusty FPA Webmaster speaking). See it here:

The main speaker was:
Stuart Mitchell, CWMS (Certified Wildfire Mitigation Specialist)
Besides the video on the home page, he also has a gallery with captions showing things like “Wood fencing is a fuse.” It’s really about protecting all the openings from embers, not necessarily replacing the roof unless of course if it is wood shake. He also says mulch is another red flag. Watch the video to be informed.

Did you miss the Forestville Town Hall Meeting?

It was held on 3/30/22. You can read the summary along with a bit of video and some photos here.

Latest News

See our Blog for updates on the issues and people of Forestville.

• Seeking Board Members, March 2022
We are looking for community members who would like to be part of this process by joining the FPA Board… Read More

• Overflowing Trash Cans at Downtown Park, December 2021
“Doesn’t anyone care about how this place looks?” That statement was overheard one summer afternoon. They were referring to the overflowing trash cans at the entrance to the trail… Read More

• Brand New Baby Valley Oak, November 2021
Something very sweet has happened in our little downtown park lately. A brand-new baby Valley Oak has joined the grove, planted recently by long term residents Pam Powell and Bob Booth… Read More

Board Meetings

Regular Board meetings are scheduled every month.
Dates: Every 1st Tuesday of the month.
Time: 5:30-7:30PM
Where: Zoom

Anyone interested in attending is very welcome.
Contact: Board President Lucy Hardcastle for more information.

Board Meetings

• 1st Tuesday of mo.
• 5:30 – 7:30 PM
• Location: Zoom
• For more info, contact:
Board President,
Lucy Hardcastle
Everyone welcome.