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  • For general information on the Raptor Bay project status, please visit our Community Development website here and click on the Raptor Bay Project Information icon.
  • Bonita Beach Road Visioning: The City of Bonita Springs has contracted with Toole Design Group to create a vision for the Bonita Beach Road Corridor and its major north/south intersections. To view the January 28th 2016 PowerPoint presentation, please Click Here. To view the February 25th 2016 PowerPoint presentation, please Click Here.
  • New Openings for Committee Members to Serve in Bonita Springs: The City of Bonita Springs currently has openings on four of its Advisory Boards: the Street Light Advisory Board, Bicycle Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee, Zoning Board and the Tree Advisory Board. If you are interested in serving on a committee, please download an application or pick one up from City Hall, 9101 Bonita Beach Road.  Return the completed application to the City Clerk at City Hall. Call 949-6262 for more information.
  • Prevent Mosquito-Viral Infections This Summer: Reduce Mosquito Breeding at Your Home: With spring weather and mosquito season coming soon in the United States, the Zika virus – and the mosquitoes that carry the virus – may be a major concern. Zika is currently affecting more than 30 countries and territories in the Americas and Pacific Islands. Zika virus is primarily spread through the bite of an infected Aedes aegypti mosquito. People and communities can take steps to reduce the number of mosquitoes in their homes and communities to protect themselves from Zika. Click Here to learn how to reduce mosquitoes at home.
  • The Lee County Library System is inviting you to a community meeting to discuss your priorities and interests in programs and services to be offered at the new Bonita Springs Public Library. The meeting is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25, at First United Methodist Church, 27690 Shriver Ave., Bonita Springs and will be facilitated by BSSW Architects, Inc. If you are unable to attend the meeting in person you may participate virtually via WebEx. If you do plan to participate please go to the library system web site, www.leelibrary.net/building for instructions on testing your device prior to the meeting. An access link will be provided the day of the meeting on the library system web site: www.leelibrary.net/building.
  • Please complete an online survey that can be found on the library system home page, www.leelibrary.net/building. If you have any questions, or would like more information, please feel welcome to contact Terri L. Crawford at moc.v1472441764ogeel1472441764@drof1472441764warct1472441764, (239) 239-533-4832 or Mike Pavese at moc.v1472441764ogeel1472441764@esev1472441764apm1472441764, (239) 533-8360.
  • Lee County Human Services Department is accepting applications for the Emergency Repair and Rehabilitation Programs: If you are a homeowner and your household qualifies, you may be eligible to receive assistance in repairing/renovating your home. Flyer / Spanish Flyer
  • Lee Memorial Health System Moving Forward with Coconut Point Medical Complex: Click Here for more Information.  If you have any questions or suggestions regarding this project, please email them to Lee Memorial’s Project Director Suzanne Bradach at gro.l1472441764airom1472441764emeel1472441764@hcad1472441764arb.e1472441764nnazu1472441764s1472441764.
  • Trap – Neuter – Return Program – Life for homeless kittens and cats is unbearably hard. Please help prevent feral cats from reproducing. Click Here for more information.
  • National Retail Consultant, Bob Gibbs reported on the Downtown Bonita Springs Retail Market Study Findings: Click Here for Report
  • Bob Gibbs’ presentation: View
  • Downtown Improvement Map Information: Downtown Revenue Capture Area – Map  /  Downtown Improvement Area – Map  /  Combined Area – Map
  • Notice of Possible Grant Funding- Owners of older properties in Bonita Springs have a chance to obtain funds to fix up their old, historic structures under the City of Bonita Springs Historic Preservation Grant Assistance Program. This year $80,000 is available in rehabilitation grant funds. The average grant amount is expected to be between $5,000 and $25,000. To qualify, the structure must be on the City’s list of Designated Historic Structures or must be eligible for such designation. All interested property owners are encouraged to contact the City’s Historic Preservation Board, or Assistant City Manager Arleen Hunter at 239-949-6262 for further information. Grant applications will be accepted by the Historic Preservation Board until August 31, 2016 but can be submitted at any time. All interested applicants are invited to meet with the Historic Preservation Board with as much information about their proposed project as possible, prior to submitting an application.