239-543-1155 fppoainc@gmail.com


Exercise Class – held Tuesday and Saturday at 9:00 AM in the clubhouse.

Blood Mobile – Comes to our park in the fall and spring months. A notice will be in our newsletter.

Cheer Person
Jo Ann Monti – 239-247-4224  jofloh17@gmail.com. 
This volunteer sends a card on behalf of the park to those who are in the hospital or who have lost a loved one.

Surveillance Cameras

Surveillance cameras and recording systems are in place in several areas in Forest Park. While these cameras are not monitored live, they observe and record continuously.


Vacation Home Check Forms

 To enroll in the Lee County Sheriff Vacation House Check program, please complete the online enrollment form.  They no longer accept paper forms. The fields marked with a red * are mandatory.

The program is available for 6 months and you must re-enroll after 6 months.  (The website says the maximum is 2 weeks but it is actually 6 months.)  Please note that you must have an email address to enroll (or be able to provide an email for a family member, friend, etc.) so that they can send you a confirmation. 

To enroll online:

  1. Go to Lee County Sheriff Web Site
  2. Select “How Do I…”
  3. Select “Request Vacation House Check”
  4. Complete each field and those marked with a red asterisk* are mandatory.  You cannot proceed to the next screen without completing those fields.
  5. Once you have completed each field,select the “Continue” button.  There will be 3 or 4 screens depending upon the information you provide.
  6. Once you have completed all screens, select the “Done” button.

 If you return prior to the date you originally provided, please notify VOICE by calling 239-477-1000 and let them know so that there are no surprise encounters. (If a VOICE volunteer sees a car, lights on unexpectedly, etc., they will check for intruders.)


 Contact:  Brian Hafer   717-877-3043

John or Sherrill Wright – 239-349-3827, sherrilljwright@yahoo.ca

Wayne Meyer – 414-469-0652, dukeldf@gmail.com

email address – forestparkwifi@yahoo.com



Forest Park WI-FI was started in 2009.

This Wi-Fi system is unique to any community in this area and is managed by our community’s volunteers, with technical backup and advice from a local Wi-Fi company. Since 2009, we have made upgrades to our hardware and improved our internet line feed. It is provided as part of the park maintenance fees.

You will need to purchase an antenna, router, and cable if they are not already at the residence. These are available from the Computer Club which collaborates with our WiFi committee and will assist with set-up.

If you need a new antenna or upgrade, and cannot install it yourself, we have a resident who, for a reasonable fee, will do this. He works with our committee to configure your antenna set-up.

Our system is a “through the air” system, broadcast from a central tower outside our main clubhouse. This means that the antenna on the resident’s home must have a clear line of sight, as trees will affect the signal.

At present, the only other WiFi providers are the local phone company – Century Link and two other providers. One is similar to ours on a nearby tower and the other which runs off the cell towers. The cost for this is ~ $40 – $70/month.

If you need any other info, please contact:

John or Sherrill Wright – 239-349-3827, sherrilljwright@yahoo.ca

Brian Hafer – 717-877-3043, bleehafer@netzero.com

Wayne Meyer – 414-469-0652, dukeldf@gmail.com






Neighborhood Watch –  The neighborhood watch meets the second Wednesday of every other month at 10:00 AM in the Activities Building.   We maintain a telephone tree that will notify every person in the park in case of an emergency.  A Neighborhood Watch Placard is available to place in your window to detour the “bad guys”. 

Neighborhood Patrol – Forest Park has a volunteer group of residents who give of their time to patrol the park during the dark hours. They double-check locks throughout the park on association buildings and gates. They drive at a very slow speed and look between the homes, at shed or car doors left open or anything out of the ordinary. All residents are provided with a pine tree sticker to put on the rear of their vehicle. If you do not have one they may follow you home to make sure you belong in the park. They have a flashing light on top of the vehicle and drive very slowly so you will know who they are. If they see anything suspicious, they call the sheriff and let them investigate. If YOU see anything suspicious you may call the Sheriff’s Office at 239-477-1000.

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