September 13, 2020

COVID-19 Neighborhood Message

Dear Forest Park Neighbors,

Update on the Pool: A huge thank you to everyone for bearing with us during this unprecedented year at the pool. We know it was difficult for everyone to made adjustments to the new rules and expectations. We are happy we got to open the pool for the majority of the summer, and are grateful for your understanding and the hard work from the lifeguards as well, maintaining a clean and safe environment. 

During these stressful times, we want to encourage everyone to reach out in these uncertain times. 

If you are healthy and able, check in on your neighbors whom you know have a compromised immune system, or are at risk.  Ask if you can run some errands or help with anything.  Anything we can do to keep people out of harm’s way will benefit us all.


If you are an at-risk neighbor who needs some help, please reach out and ask.  You can contact the board via our email address below and we’ll do our best to find someone who can help. If you just feel like you need information on closures, status, etc, please email the board and we will do our best to get you that information. 

Ours is a wonderful community and we will all be much better off if we work together.


The Forest Park HRA Board

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Nate Christensen

Nate has been a Forest Park resident since the fall of 2016. He and his wife, Angela, have twin boys who are 15 years old. Nate is a computer engineer for Lockheed Martin and enjoys spending time at the pool and working on projects around the house in his free time. 

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Lisa Arnold

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Jay Davis


Neal Carter

Neal and his wife Sarah frequented the pool and parties in Forest Park long before they moved here, thanks to great family and friends in the neighborhood. When they were expecting their third child, they (mainly Sarah) decided that they had outgrown their previous home, and Forest Park was a natural target for an upgrade. In 2013, they found a house and made an offer before it even hit the market. In their spare time, the Carters enjoy spending time in the mountains, in movie theaters, and at the pool. Neal joined the board in 2018 as a way to serve Forest Park and help keep the soul, charm, and friendliness of the neighborhood intact.


Board Member

Bob Ordonio


Jeremy Fix