The Folmont Community was first begun in the early 1970's under the control of the Wilderness Club. The Community grew slowly in those early years, but has grown significantly in the last ten years. As of 2013, there were 102 permanent homes in Folmont. Building plans have been submitted for additional homes.
Construction is in various stages of completion on six new homes. As of February 2013, The Architectural Committee has received one additional housing starts for the 2013 building season. There are 229 property owners in the Folmont Community. Lots continue to be cleared and new full time residents and new property owners continue to invest in Folmont.
The Board held its annual meeting on October 22, 2013. The agenda can be accessed by clicking on the word "agenda". Remember that you can click on any highlighted word and access the related file.
The covenants are now on line as a PDF file. If you do not have Adobe reader, you can easily download it from the Adobe website. It is free. You now can review the covenants at your convenience. Just click on the word, covenants.
The Board hosted the International MaClean Clan at Fort Duart in Folmont.You might know that Fort Duart is one of the last remaining earthen redoubts from the French and Indian War. Fort Duart and a remnant of the Forbes Trail are located in Folmont and are maintained by the FPOA. We are excited to join with Clan MaClean to help preserve the fort and the Forbes Trail. Our thanks to Peter Folen and a group of historians and reenactors who provided the MaCleans with a thorough understanding of the significance of the fort. A visit by the head of the MaClean Clan, Sir Lachlan MacLean, from Scotland was the highlight of the event. All of our efforts go towards the placement the fort on the National Register of Historic Properties.
Vacant lots are also for sale through a variety of local realtors.
The Folmont Community picnic was held in McNeal Park off Route 30 on August 31. The picnic was great fun with kayaks, volleyball, live music and great food. The picnic was attended by over 75 members of the Association.
It is hoped that this website will provide our membership and Prospective landowners with updated information about the Folmont Community. Please remember to provide the Association with your updated e-mail address so that you can stay current on the operation and activities of the association.