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The City of Bonita Springs held a series of trail visioning workshops from February 27th – March 1st – Trail Visioning Workshop – To view the PowerPoint presentations from the evening workshop on February 27th – Please Click Here. / To view the presentation from the evening workshop on March 1st, Please Click Here.  Alta will be returning to present their findings to City Council in Spring of 2018. Please check the website frequently for updates.

Visit www.disasterassistance.gov for more information about the Federal Emergency Management Agency

Keep up with recent conditions related to red tide. Information and resources regarding it and a variety of water quality issues can be found on the VCB partner site here: https://www.leevcb.com/water-quality-red-tide-information

Don’t Feed the Monster!: Cleanup after your pet. Click Here for more Information

The Stardust Memories Big Band: March 13 (Tues.) – The Stardust Memories Big Band, “An Evening with Walt Andrus”, March 27 (Tues.) – The Stardust Memories Big Band, “The Tonight Show Band” 7 to 9 pm, Riverside Park, , April 9th – 7 to 9 pm, Riverside Park, 239-823-7240

2018 Event List: Click Here

Hurricane Irma documents are available online.
Residents seeking Lee Board of County Commissioner resolutions, such as evacuation orders, from Hurricane Irma can find these documents at www.LeeEOC.com in the center of the page.
Residents may need these documents when making insurance claims, applying for FEMA assistance or other reasons.

Visit www.disasterassistance.gov for more information about the Federal Emergency Management Agency

Look out for illegitimate unlicensed contractors who may prey upon homeowners affected by Hurricane Irma. Unlicensed contracting is illegal.
Obtain at least three estimates from licensed and bonded contractors; get the estimate in writing; ask for and check references; ask for proof of insurance; get a written contract;
and make sure all work that requires city or county inspection is officially approved in writing before a final payment is made.
For a list of reliable licensed contractors, contact the Lee BIA at bia.net.Also, for financial protection, call the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) at (850) 487-1395 or visit www.myfloridalicense.com.

Otherwise, to report unlicensed activity, contact DBPR at (866) 532-1440, as well as the Lee County Sheriff’s Office.
Additionally, homeowners can report incidents of price gouging by calling (866) 9NO-SCAM.

There are several agencies also assisting with aid in the area. Lee County Human & Veteran Services, United Way, Red Cross, Salvation Army, Harry Chapin Food Bank, Catholic Charities and more. For a full list of organizations, go to. www.unitedwaylee.org