Caring for Our Community’s Future
April 19th Town Hall Meeting
Downtown Park Design Plan
Implementation of the park design features depends on two factors: solid community support and a successful fund-raising campaign. The FPA had hoped to present the park design status and our fund-raising plans in conjunction with a community town hall meeting in April, however, that meeting has now been cancelled. Nonetheless, we have a great park plan!
2020 Forestville Community Fund Coming Soon
Stop back around April 1 when the application to apply will be available.
See our Blog for monthly updates on the issues and people of Forestville.
• May You Live in Interesting Times, April 2020
• Schools’ Events, Rummage Sale, Irish Potato Supper, Town Hall Meeting + Mores, March 2020
• Our Small Community with Wonderful Groups, February 2020
• Taking on the New Decade!, January 2020
• The Grateful Season, December 2019
• Keeping Connected, November 2019
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The New Forestville Signs
by Lucy Hardcastle
Have you noticed the new town signs? We have Dan Northern to thank for designing it, getting Brian Frazee of BCF Heritage to build it and DW Enterprises and Canyon Rock for getting it in the ground. The simple, but elegant redwood and stainless-steel structure was a long time in coming but worth the wait. Dan hopes to get solar lighting installed for an even more dramatic look at night. Appreciation to the County for helping to fund the sign and to the Chamber for supporting Dan’s efforts on our behalf.
Pictured above are (left to right): Gwen Trappe, Wendi Flowers and Dan Northern. Photo from the Sonoma County Gazette, where Lucy Hardcastle’s column, Forestville, The Good Life, can be seen every month.
Almost 200 Forestville residents attended the Town Hall Meeting on Sunday, May 19 to hear Forestville Fire Chief Dave Franceschi talk about Emergency Preparedness bringing examples of preparedness kits, emergency contacts, pamphlets, flyers and neighborhood maps. On hand were 6 other Forestville Fire Department’s crew. Get the resources you need. Read more…
L-R: Engineer Eric Gromala, Engineer Chuck Franceschi, Captain Michael Franceschi, Chief Dave Franceschi (Front), Firefighter Wiley Valley, Engineer Spencer Hansen, Captain Matt Eggleston
The West County Trailhead began on June 13 and will be done in two phases – Paved Trail Construction and then Wood Boardwalk Construction. This project includes completing the existing 13-mile West County Trail into downtown Forestville by constructing a 0.2-mile multi-use trail from Highway 116 to the current trail terminus near Pajaro Lane. Read more…
Regular Board meetings are scheduled every month.
Dates: Every 1st Tuesday of the month.
Where: Food For Thought, 6550 Railroad Ave., Forestville
(Railroad Ave. parallels Front St. in downtown)
Anyone interested in attending is very welcome.
Contact: Board President Michael Cuoio for more information.