Sherwood is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization.

Sherwood Forest has two active organizations: The Sherwood Forest Association and the Sherwood Forest Patrol. Residents are urged to join both groups, as both are vital to the well-being of our community.

Becoming a member of the Sherwood Forest Association is easy, just click here for details.

Here are just some of the ways your membership dollars will work everyday to make our neighborhood a better place to live.

We use annual dues:

  • To communicate via the Tattler, the This Old House list and the business directory
  • To sponsor a reforestation program to assure that our “forest” never lacks for trees
  • To maintain our small parks
  • To host an annual potluck supper and membership meeting
  • To provide street snow removal in winter
  • To pay for “Meet and Greets,” jazz concerts in the park and parties for children
  • To make sure every new neighbor is greeted by our welcoming committee with a basket of the world’s best pastries and written information about the neighborhood
  • To monitor real estate practices and keep a list of houses for sale and their selling prices
  • To work with various city departments to assure that we receive adequate city services
  • To enforce Sherwood Forest property restrictions, city zoning ordinances and historic district requirements
  • To act as the liaison to our private security service
  • To form coalitions with surrounding neighborhoods

2011 Auditor's Report

The Sherwood Forest Association had a financial audit in 2011.

Click here to read auditor’s report.

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