THANK YOU, FOREST HILL RESIDENTS! As your Mayor, it is an honor to serve our great city of Forest Hill. During the next three years, I will do my utmost to bring our city to its fullest potential that will yield many great and positive changes.
I would like to introduce our Council members: Mayor Pro Tem Keith R. Smith, Place 5, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Eric Robinson, Place 4, Councilwoman Janet Benton, Place 1, Beckie Duncan-Hayes, Place 2, Sonja Coleman, Place 3 and Jesus Rivas Place 6
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July is Happy Park and Recreation Month. This year’s theme is “Rise Up for Parks and Recreation”. Forest Hill has a hard-working and determined group of Commissioners who volunteer monthly, planning and developing new ways to highlight our parks, thereby creating community events to get families outdoors. They are currently working on “Family Fun Day” with a tentative date in late August. Family Fun Day is an outdoor event held at a park which encourages everyone to bring the family, neighbors, and parents for fun-filled social get-togethers. During this season, we have “Yard of the Month”. Volunteers will be driving through our community snapping photographs and nominating residential houses for Yard of the Month recognition. Everyone is welcome to snap a picture of a beautiful yard in Forest Hill and nominate the address to the Parks and Recreation/Clean City Commission.
Please take time to celebrate and show your appreciation to our Parks and Recreation/Clean City Commission members: Pearl Jones, Chairman, Darryl Givens, Rayford Johnson & Larry Taylor, who spend countless hours volunteering for us all. Let us also honor those employees that keep our parks mowed, clean, and free of debris through our amazing Public Works Department.
Parks and Recreation Day is July 15, 2022. We congratulate our Parks and Recreation/Clean City Commissioners for volunteering their time to help improve Forest Hill.