Meals for seniors during COVID19

Get Help!

Who? Michigan residents over age 60
What? Meal delivery, delivery of non-perishable food items, meal pickup, daily wellness-check calls
How? Request help through MI Bridges or contact the Washtenaw County Area Agency on Aging at 800-852-7795.

Pay Monthly Charges By ACH


Did you know you can pre-authorize Forest Hills to withdraw your monthly charges from your bank using ACH? It's true! Just complete the Authorization Agreement for Preauthorized Payments form and return to the office. Stay safe, and enjoy the convenience of automatic withdrawals!

Office Closed

State Mandated Closure

25 March 2020

We are currently respecting the Governor's "Stay at Home" order. Our office is closed; however, we are still accessible. If you have questions or concerns please do not hesitate to reach out to us by email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you should have a work order that is not an emergency, please use our new maintenance-management system, AppFolio. If you should have a work order that is an emergency, please call 734-971-9270. The answering service will answer and forward your emergency to the maintenance person on call.

Please do not panic, we will still be available for emergencies as announced earlier. We do need your help. It is extremely important to keep your drains clear! Do not allow any hair to go down the drains. Do not flush excessive amounts of toilet paper and do not ever flush paper towels and/or wipes. Scrape your plates off in the garbage. Do not allow any grease or oil to go down any drain.

We care about you, your families and our work family. We are doing the best we can to keep everyone safe and to do our part in slowing the spread of the coronavirus. Please continue to respect social distancing and keep informed through reputable sites such as the CDC and

There is no doubt about it, this will be difficult for everyone but we will get through this!  

Emergency Maintenance Only

Notice Of Suspension Of Non-Emergency Work-Order Services

18 March 2020

The Board of Directors at a duly called meeting held on March 13, 2020, determined that non­emergency work orders shall be temporarily suspended until such time as state and federal health authorities advise that the current public health concerns created by COVID-19 have abated. Members are advised to continue to submit non-emergency work-orders for Management to log and track, but with the understanding that non-emergency work orders will not be handled until COVID-19 concerns abate.

Emergency work-orders will be addressed as needed although should conditions become such that quarantine measures are directed and in place by law, the Cooperative may be precluded from entering into a member's unit where an emergency work order was requested.

The Board based its decision upon WHO's declaration that COVID-19 is now a Pandemic, review of current CDC recommendations for the American public, and those declarations announced to the American public by the President of the United States on March 11, 2020. The Board conferred with the cooperative attorney in advance of this decision and determined that it is in the best interests of the health, safety and wellness of each Cooperative member and his/her family members residing with him/her, that the annual meeting be adjourned.

The Board will continue to monitor this evolving public health concern and will modify the suspension declared herein when and as permitted upon notification from state and federal health authorities that the COVID-19 public health concern has abated. We thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time.