Forestville Community Funded Grants


Clark's Forestville Meat Market In 2012, the Forestville Community Fund gave out $16,000 to the following projects:

  1. $1500 for the Digital Archives Project (Forestville Historical Society) to preserve old photos of our Town’s history;
  2. $1575 for the Forestville Wellness Center Expansion of Services Project; the expansion programs, if successful, will become self-supporting;
  3. $1880 for the J.D. Kaiwi Town Beautification Project (The Food Closet/United Methodist Church) for weekly clean-up of Front Street by the Food Closet; this is a matching grant for funds raised by Project;
  4. $3000 for the Forestville United Methodist Church Social Hall Project to purchase a new commercial stove for use by the Church but also by the Prime Timers and other community groups which regularly use the Hall;
  5. $8045 for the Firefighter Training/Community Meeting and Local Conference Facility (Forestville Fire District) to fund completion of this project which provides an accessible and fully equipped location for classes, meetings and small conferences for any group or organization in the area.

The above photo is of Clark's Forestville Meat Market which was located on Front Street between First Street and Covey Road. It is part of the hundreds of photos that will be preserved in project #1.

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Forestville Planning Association
P.O. Box 184
Forestville, CA 95436

Regular Board Meetings

  • Every 1st Tues. of month
  • 5:30-7:30PM
  • At Food For Thought
    6550 Railroad Ave.
    (Railroad Ave. parallels
    Front St. in downtown)
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  • Help with events.
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