Sherwood Forest

Citizens' Association

Sherwood Forest

A Non-Solicitation Subdivision
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Welcome to Sherwood Forest Citizens' Association

The Sherwood Forest Citizens’ Association is a non profit corporation formed to unite interested residents in promoting the welfare, attractiveness, and livability of the Sherwood Forest area. This organization gathers and transmits information to the members, provides security enhancement, and supports beautification of both public and private areas within the subdivision. The association also works to assist its members and to influence government agencies for the health of our neighborhood.¬† If you are a current resident of Sherwood¬† Forest or are planning a move to our beautiful community in the near future, take a moment to register and become an association member.

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Did You Know?

Our community’s namesake is the legendary 1,000 acre royal forest, Sherwood Forest, located in Nottinghamshire, England and made famous throughout the ages by its association with the legendary archer, Robin Hood?

About Sherwood Forest

Sherwood Forest is a well established, mature neighborhood featuring larger homes and is located just east of Broadmoor in Baton Rouge, LA.  It is bounded by Old Hammond Highway to the south, Flannery Road to the east, Florida Boulevard to the north, and Sharp Road. to the west.

The Sherwood Forest Citizens’ Association is a non profit corporation formed to unite interested residents in promoting the welfare, attractiveness, and livability of the Sherwood Forest area. This organization gathers and transmits information to the members, provides security enhancement, and supports beautification of both public and private areas within the subdivision. The association also works to assist its members and to influence government agencies for the health of our neighborhood.

Our Board Meetings are open, however we meet in a very small room with limited space and there is not a lot of extra room for guests. If you have a matter you would like to add to our agenda at the next meeting, please allow us some lead time (4 or 5 days notice) so we can arrange to give you the necessary time to present your information to our Board of Directors along with enough space for us all to fit comfortably.