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  • The City of Bonita Springs offices will be closed Thursday, November 26th and Friday, November 27th in observance of Thanksgiving – City offices will reopen on Monday, November 30th at 8:00am.
  • Bonita Springs Rotary Taste of Bonita Weekend at Riverside Park: November 20th-22nd- Events include: Wine Fest & Craft Beer Social- November 20th 4:30pm-9:00pm. A BBQ Kick Off & Free Concert Event- Saturday, November 21st – BBQ Cook-Off 11am-3:00pm & Free Concert 6pm-9pm. Taste of Bonita Event: November 22nd 11:00am-5:00pm
  •  Holiday in the Park   Tuesday, December 1st from 4:30pm to 8:30pm at Riverside Park ~ Enjoy the sounds of the season and don’t miss Santa and Mrs. Clause arrive by horse and carriage to hand out candy canes! A blizzard in the park with a giant snow slide, snow pile, train rides, musical entertainment, free cookies and cider! Don’t miss this annual family favorite event!
  • Neighborhood Lake Management Class: Thursday, December 3, 1pm-4pm at Lakes Regional Library, 15290 Bass Rd, Fort Myers. Preregistration is suggested – Please go to www.WetPlan.org or call (239) 273-8945 –Flyer
  • Fruit Tree Sale: The Bonita Springs Tropical Fruit Club continues to host their annual fall and spring Fruit Tree Sale at Riverside Park from 9am to 3pm on April 23nd 2016.
  • Music Makers Concert Series: November 29th from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at Riverside Park. Everyone is welcome to come out and enjoy the music at the park!
  • Bonita Springs Concert Band Series: December 6th, January 17th, 2016 and February 14th at Riverside Park from 2pm to 4pm. Bring your friends and family for these free concerts.
  • 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.l1448559822airom1448559822emeel1448559822@hcad1448559822arb.e1448559822nnazu1448559822s1448559822.
  • 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.
  • The Bonita Springs Parks and Recreation has a new web address!
    ~~ www.BonitaSpringsParks.org ~~Be sure to visit and create a new bookmark!
  • National Retail Consultant, Bob Gibbs reported on the Downtown Bonita Springs Retail Market Study Findings: Click Here for Report
  • Bob Gibbs’ presentation: View
  • Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR) Public Input Opportunities:  The Evaluation and Appraisal Report will review the City of Bonita Springs Comprehensive Plan and determine if it reflects current state law as well as implements the City’s vision. Your input is important to the process! Take the online survey.Click Here  For more information – Flyer
  • 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 John Gucciardo 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.