2:00 PM14:00

FHHO FALL FEST - Soup, Cider & Jazz in Rockefeller's Beloved Forest Hill Park

Join us at the Boathouse to enjoy warm cider, home-made soups, cornbread, cupcakes and other delicacies, live Jazz, and a spectacular backdrop of the lake surrounded by trees beginning to turn color. Mingle, talk to friends, eat in the magically decorated boathouse or sit around a fire pit by the lake. Parking at Lee and Brewster. All are invited. Fee to cover food, Jazz Trio, & other expenses is $8/person. Facilities provided. Let us know if you are handicapped and need transportation from parking lot to boathouse. Wear your plaids or other fall attire.

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6:30 PM18:30

Annual Members' Meeting

The annual meeting of the members of the Forest Hill Homeowners’ Association, Inc. will be held on Tuesday, December 11, 2018, 6:30 - 8:30 pm, at Forest Hill Presbyterian Church, 3031 Monticello Blvd. Cleveland Heights, OH 44118.

In accordance with the FHHO bylaws, the annual meeting of the Members will be held to hear the reports of various committees and to elect Trustees to the Board, as set forth in Article VI.


The Nominating Committee issued a call for residents interested in serving as Trustee. Based on the responses received, they have nominated the following slate of candidates:

Information about each candidate can be seen by clicking on their name.

Voting will be by ballot at the meeting and by absentee voting. Ballots for absentee voting can be downloaded by clicking here. If any housebound resident is unable to deliver an absentee ballot to the Blue Cottage, please email Treasurer@fhho.org to arrange for pick up.

Agenda for the Meeting

We will be approving the minutes of the last meeting, held in the fall of 2016, which have been available for review on our website for many months (Click Here). We will hear the financial report from our Treasurer, a report on Aging in Place, and the President's report on the activities of groups and committees that have generated considerable movement forward in our community over the past year. In addition, the winners of the East Cleveland Forest Hill Park Photo contest will be announced and awards presented. We will hear a little on home restoration from Jamain Owen, who, this summer, won a second award for the restoration of Forest Hills Boulevard in Cleveland Heights. In addition, we just heard yesterday that we are going to be able to hear from Ken Kuehnle, the attorney who recently completed a review of our covenants, concluding that based on the covenants we do not qualify as an Ohio Planned Community. Ken will be talking to us from Columbus using face-time. Finally, we will vote the 2018/2019 slate of trustees. This meeting is for members of Forest Hill Home Owners Association Inc. only (any resident of Forest Hill who is a deed holder or spouse or partner of a deed holder whose Forest Hill home is their full-time residence.) The meeting is for FHHO members to hear about the activities of the association over the past year and will proceed without disruptions according to the above agenda. If there are special interest groups that want to focus on specific topics,, a future town hall will be the proper forum in which to follow up on these single-item issues.

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Call for Nominations for 2018/2019 Trustees

The nominating committee is looking for energetic, community-minded residents to serve as trustees for 2018/2019. Previously, the Board has consisted of as many as 50 Trustees. This year, the Board voted to reduce the number to 15.

In evaluating nominations, the committee will consider factors such as the candidate’s commitment and willingness to serve energetically and in a collaborative manner both on committees and by promoting FHHO in the community and Cities of Cleveland Heights or East Cleveland, The committee will also consider whether specific needs of FHHO, e.g. fundraising, legal, marketing expertise, community engagement as well as diversity of representation, are covered by the proposed slate.

For candidates who have served as trustees previously, the committee will evaluate their previous contribution. They will also consider whether these trustees fulfilled the legal fiduciary responsibilities of a board member and volunteered their time in the best interests of FHHO and the community.

According to the current bylaws of FHHO, to be eligible for consideration as a trustee, you must:

  • Be a resident homeowner [or resident domestic partner] (bylaws, Article II) of a deed-restricted home within the area encompassed by the Forest Hill Home Owners’ Association Inc.

  • Have made your annual contribution (Article II).

For details of the application process, CLICK HERE.

The nomination form can be downloaded to your desktop by CLICKING HERE.

Only nominations received by Wednesday November 28th, 12:00 am will be eligible for consideration.

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