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BONITA SPRINGS

Welcome to the City of Bonita Springs. Please feel free to browse the site or contact the City Staff or City Council if you have questions, comments, or suggestions. Contact Us

Bonita Springs wants your business

Learn how the Bonita Springs EDC creates public-private partnerships that help put businesses on the fast-track to success. Read More

Lee County All Hazard's Guide

The All Hazards Guide has information to answer your questions regarding most of the hazards we face in Southwest Florida. Click Here

City Events & News Updates

 

Form-Based Code for Downtown Bonita Springs

To find information about assistance available to local businesses impacted by Red Tide & Algae Bloom  –Click Here

To view the press release regarding the relief fund established for those affected by water crisis –  Click Here

2018/2019 Approved Special Event ListClick Here

Click Here to view the City of Bonita Springs Fall Newsletter

Red Tide & Algae Bloom Status InformationClick Here

Please visit this link from the Health Department regarding Algae Blooms and Public Health-Click Here 

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.  To view the presentation form the evening workshop on April 18, 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

Opening Bonita Beach Road Land Use Public Meeting PowerPoint (Opening Presentation) from April 9, 2018: Click Here for a PDF of PowerPoint

Final Bonita Beach Road Land Use Public Meetings PowerPoint (Final Presentation) from April 12, 2018 – Click Here for a PDF of PowerPoint

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

2018 IPAWS National Test (INT) Reminder

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