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Town Board on Monday, February 8 (5:30pm via Zoom) will discuss plans for Forest Home Walkway

An agenda item for the Town Board meeting scheduled for Monday, February 8 at 5:30pm will be a discussion of the latest drawings (billed as “100% progress plans”) for the Forest Home Walkway Improvement Project. The intent is to field

Public comment period and event on Feb 17, 2021 for “green building policy” formally known as Ithaca Energy Code Supplement (IECS)

The Town of Ithaca and the City of Ithaca have been working jointly since 2017 on a Green Building Policy, now known as the Ithaca Energy Code Supplement (IECS) which contains code requirements for new buildings and major renovations. These

Happy New Year

Happy New Year to everybody in Forest Home.

Save 12/5 (2-3pm) and 12/11 (7-7:30pm) for socially distanced and virtual events to celebrate the holiday season

The FHIA Holiday Party Planning committee is proposing the following events to celebrate the holiday season together in lieu of our usual holiday party in a neighbor’s home: Holiday Treat Exchange Saturday, December 5 from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Forest

Downstream Bridge closure for inspection on 11/6, 10am-2pm

The Tompkins County Highway Department will be closing the Downstream Forest Home Bridge in the Town of Ithaca, on November 6, 2020 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm for bridge inspection. This bridge will be closed to all through traffic

Annual FHIA Meeting

The FHIA Annual Meeting will be on Wednesday October 21 at 7pm, by ZOOM. This is the meeting at which officers for the coming year are voted on. We hope to see you there. The President and Treasurer will present

FHIA Scavenger Hunt Great Fun!

Participants in the first annual FHIA Scavenger Hunt, held this past Saturday, September 12, from 3:00 – 5:00pm enjoyed socially-distanced good fun as they hunted for the answers to clues around the neighborhood. The Forest Home Park served as an

Scavenger Hunt — Saturday, September 12, 3:00 – 5:00pm

Forest Home residents who did not complete the original survey can still join the hunt.  Please email us with your name, address, and the number of participants from your household by Thursday, Sept. 10 OR  just show up in the

Virtual meeting with Cornell Community Relations, Wednesday August 19, 2020, 7pm

Special topics will include an update on the project to redesign the intersection of Cradit Farm Drive with Pleasant Grove Road and a community discussion about safety for pedestrians and cyclists on the steep section of Pleasant Grove Road between

Virtual meeting with Cornell Community Relations, Tuesday June 9, 7pm

Stay home and hear an update on North Campus construction, including dealing with truck traffic. Also on the agenda will be where things stand on plans for re-opening the campus. Neighbors will be able to raise other topics.

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