Group Information - Neighbourhood Watch Forest Lake

Forest Lake (Inala 7 and 13)

Inala 07 NHW

The Parkland Village NHW is a small NHW within the boundaries of Parkland Village (Renoir Crescent and adjoining streets) in Forest Lake. It was established in March, 1999 with its residents’ overwhelming support.

Parkland Village NHW has 140 homes in two zones, divided by the local Lions Park and through Van Gogh Street. Meetings are held in residents’ homes every second month. For those who can’t attend the meetings but want to stay in touch, email communications are facilitated by our Area Coordinator. Newsletters are also distributed throughout the year. Many of our residents are very loyal to NHW and seek to keep our area a safe place to live.

Inala 13 NHW

Homestead Village Neighbourhood Watch covers an area of about 500 homes in Forest Lake.  Forest Lake is a green and pleasant suburb and is home to a diverse population.  Our Watch started in late 2013.

Our aims are:

  1. To work together with our neighbours and Queensland Police to provide a safe, pleasant and crime free living environment for all.
  2. To encourages our neighbours to be part of our community by proving community events, newsletters and a blog.
  3. To work with local community organisation to share information to enhance our living experience in this suburb.

We meet on the first Saturday of each month at 3.00pm at Homestead Park and we invite all our neighbours to attend. Please confirm meeting dates and times through our blog.

Our Police Liaison Officer also attends these meeting so it’s a great opportunity to get insight to what’s happening in our Watch area.

We welcome new and existing neighbours to be part of our group.

Your involvement can be in person or through our email [email protected] or blog https://forestlake.nhwq.org/

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