Member suggested forums are always weighed for usefulness and category. Let me see where we can best place a sub-forum for the most logical placement and ease of locating.
Tyson, welcome to our forum at Beemaster.com, I hope you see there are nearly 7000 members here and almost 2000 on Facebook making us a leading beekeeping community on the Internet. Currently ranked on Google as the number one find when searching Beekeeping forums, we keep our members coming back because it is a fun place to hang with friends, a great place you can come whether you have a question or know an answer. All the other topics allow members to express themselves in a way others get to know them as people, not just as beekeepers. Not ditzing Yahoo Groups, but as large as urban beekeeping is (and I have seen many shows on television on the topic - as well as you are not alone here in the forum) so having a site as large as ours with a devoted section to Urban Beekeeping is a very nice benefit to an group.
I chiefly design the layout and placement of forums (one of my few jobs) - I take every chance to acknowledge our other administrative members for the often unrecognized day to day member oversight and always expanding technical achievements) but I try to keep the layout flowing from one topic to another.
The multiple topic sections we have offer a great way for members to learn more about each other outside the world of beekeeping. We have an annual member meeting in Macon, Mississippi and it is filled with beekeeping events from swarm catching and management to queen cell grafting, removal of swarms from walls and setting up first time hive boxes, all topics that interest the new beekeeper are instructed by people who are experts at these steps.
So Tyson, I first ask you upgrade you profile to include your location, it is important to members to help you if you have questions, but also you'll be surprised at how many people live near you, no matter where you are.
Give me a day or two to add an urban forum. I have been thinking about consolidating categories, scrolling through pages and pages of forum categories to find what you are looking for isn't ideal, but sometimes necessary - but if you do it right, finding things can be easy and nearly effortless.
Keep an eye out for the URBAN BEEKEEPER forum, but do your part - let your group members know that it is here, along with dozens of other beekeeping topics. A one stop place to find beekeepers communicating with posts, images, voice chat, and any way technology allows.