If you are considering relocating to Greater Cleveland, you'll feel quite at home here among Forest Hill residents. In addition to being a very good choice for young families, urban sophisticates and active retirees, Forest Hill is home to many executives, educators, artists, musicians and writers. Enjoy a quick commute to nearby University Circle (ten minutes by car and twenty minutes by bus) or downtown Cleveland.
Forest Hill Home Owners Annual Members Meeting originally scheduled for the spring has been rescheduled for its traditional time in the fall
The meeting, as its primary purpose, is usually to elect the FHHO board of trustees for the upcoming year.
This year, there will be an additional vote. Thus, once ongoing legal review of our FHHO covenants is complete, the bylaws committee will be in a position to complete preparation of a revised version of the FHHO bylaws. At this point a date will be set for the fall members meeting. It will be announced on the website, NextDoor, and by mail to all homeowners.
The bylaws committee will then present the revised version of bylaws to the Trustees for review. Once amended and approved by the Trustees, the proposed bylaws will be presented to the members along with a slate of trustees, proposed by the nominating committee, for approval by the members at the fall meeting.
Two guest speakers, Margaret Lann from the Cleveland Restoration Society and Gordon Hay from the East Cleveland Parks Association, had been scheduled to speak at the spring members meeting. We will see if they are available to speak at the fall meeting or will schedule alternate speaker(s).
Forest Hill Home Owners, Inc. was formed in 1950 with a Mission to:
“Promote, Safeguard, and Improve the Property Values in and the General Welfare of the Community known as Forest Hill.”
Forest Hill Home Owners, Inc. was formed in 1950 for the purpose, as stated in its certificate of incorporation, “[t]o promote, safeguard, and improve the property values in and the general welfare of the community known as Forest Hill.” For more than half a century the board of trustees and the executive officers of FHHO have been charged with interpreting this broad purpose statement and pursuing specific goals that further the association’s mission.
To create and foster excellence in community, environment and quality of life, the FHHO is committed to excellence through:
- Volunteer Leadership
- Clarity and Consistency
- Stewardship of Assets
- Pro-Active Communication
- Service to Residents
- Providing a Safe and Secure Living Environment