Welcome! Thank you for taking some time to get to know us! Become a member!
We were established in 1967 to inform and represent the membership about community and county decisions, to sponsor social events for the community, and to interface with other local organizations to develop and implement short and long range plans that protect and enhance area value.
We also coordinate and sponsor many events such as Pancake Breakfasts, Rummage Sales, Bake Sales, Community Markets, Summer concerts and shows.
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Who can join…..
· Property owners
· Long term Leasers
· Seasonal residents of RV Parks within the boundaries of Forest Lakes, including the Rim Resort and RV Park
Dues are just $30 per calendar year per household.
Election of Officers to the 2021 Board of Directors is postponed until the May 20201 meeting, with hopes that the Corona Pandemic procedures will include open meetings.
FLOA Board President Wayne Rothwell passed away on Sunday, August 2nd.
A tree is being planted at the Community Center in his memory and will be dedicated at the next public meeting in 2021.
Coconino County issued a proclamation on June 19, 2020 requiring residents and visitors to wear a face covering when not able to physical distance themselves from other persons. The proclamation, effective on Saturday, June 20 at noon, applies to all private lands in the unincorporated areas of the County. The County proclamation does not affect areas within cities or towns in the County or on federal, state or tribal lands.
A copy of the proclamation can be found at https://www.coconino.az.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=2200
E-Blasts are sent whenever there is news of "what's happening now", such as weather and fire watches, events and meeting information, as well as a monthly "FL Happenings" newsletter.
Sign up for the E-Blast list at email@example.com. Be in the know! Please include your name and property address/lot number.
If you are already receiving E-Blasts, you don't need to sign up again.
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The area that is now Forest Lakes began as mining claims filed by Reed Denison in the late 1939 and early 1940 era.
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