Caring for Our Community’s Future
by Lucy Hardcastle
Did you get your notice yet? Your Vegetation Management Inspection Report? Mine said ‘needs improvement.’ With a 100’ dead Bay in my canyon, I sort of already knew that. Bays are like torches in a fire. Those dead branches makes perfect “ladder” fuel to set the whole neighborhood ablaze. Lacking the physical power or proper tools to do it myself, you know what that means. Money.
See our Blog for monthly updates on the issues and people of Forestville.
• Summer Is Not Over!
• Your inspection Report Coming Soon
• What’s Your Vision for Forestville?
• Construction Began on Forestville’s West County Trailhead
• How Do You Belong?
• Town Hall on Emergency Preparedness
• Flood Recovery Meeting & News
• How Do You Make a Name for Yourself? – March 2019
• What Do You Want? – February 2018
• New Beginnings – January 2019
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The Concept of Plan Approved By Ag + Open Space
If you have driven by or visited the Forestville Downtown Oaks Park recently, you’ve undoubtedly noticed the construction equipment activity that began in the middle of June. Happily, that activity is the result of years-long planning and collaboration among Sonoma County Regional Parks, the Sonoma County Ag + Open Space District, and the Forestville Planning Association.
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
2019 Forestville Community Fund Closed
The Forestville Community Fund is now closed for 2019. Stop back in August/September to see which projects were selected.
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.