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Bonita Springs is located in western Florida along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. The city is mostly known as a retirement and second vacation home community. However, over the years more and more business have found it profitable to open shop in Bonita Springs because of the low business taxes, tons of cheap commercial space, and a growing community of educated professionals. The city considers Gruenstadt, Germany to be its sister city.
Local Newspapers: Fort Myers News-Press Naples Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Florida Marlins Florida Panthers Miami Dolphins Miami Heat
Local Colleges: Florida Gulf Coast University
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Towns/Cities near bonita springs, florida : Naples Park Estero Bay Estero Naples
Horizon Council and Lee County Economic Development announce 2017 Industry Appreciation Award winners
The Horizon Council and the Lee County Economic Development Office announced the recipients of the annual Industry Appreciation Awards Thursday at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort in Bonita Springs. The Business Citizenship Award was presented to Aubuchon Homes and Sanibel Captiva Community Bank for their financial, volunteer and active involvement in community organizations and programs that create a better quality of business and civic life in Lee County.Relocation possible for flooded-out Bonita Springs residents
NBC2 is learning more about a plan that would potentially allow hundreds of homeowners in Bonita Springs to permanently relocate after Hurricane Irma left their homes filled with water. According to FEMA, residents who qualify for relocation would receive money based on the value of their home right before the storm, plus any additional demolition costs.Lee County adds another debris drop-off location
Debris can be dropped off from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. starting Thursday at the Estero Community Park on 21651 Via Coconut Point, the county said. The drop-off site is only available to residents of Bonita Springs, Fort Myers Beach, Estero or unincorporated Lee County.Bonita Springs considering range of options to mitigate flooding
The City of Bonita Springs is considering a range of options to help mitigate flooding in the wake of Hurricane Irma, including the permanent relocation of several homes. Exactly one month ago on Tuesday, the Category 3 storm caused the Imperial River to overtake many neighborhoods, turning streets into rivers.Lee County opens debris drop-off sites to speed cleanup
If you're fed up with piles of dead vegetation hurricane Irma left behind in your yard, Lee County just opened another drop-off site Because curbside debris pickup is moving slow, solid waste is encouraging people to haul horticulture debris themselves to save time. Residents of Bonita Springs, Fort Myers Beach, Estero and unincorporated Lee County who want to remove their own debris from their property can take it, at no charge, to the Lee County Mosquito Control in east Lee County and 14790 A & W Bulb Road near the Iona-McGregor area.Parish Recovery Assistant Centers help Irma survivors
The Catholic Diocese of Venice in Florida has coordinated with Disaster Services of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul-USA to set up five Parish Recovery Assistance Centers , in Naples, Marco Island, Fort Myers, Bonita Springs and Sebring. The P-RACs are an all-inclusive community-based approach to helping families immediately after a disaster hits.93-X Taco Fest
We're just about a week away form the 93-X Taco Fest in Bonita Springs. Claudia Rubio, from Antijitos Restaurant, stopped by the WINK News kitchen to give you a sneak peek at what you can expect.Bonita Springs woman arrested in deadly hit-and-run
A Bonita Springs woman was arrested for the sixth time almost two months after hitting and killing a motorcyclist, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. It happened just before midnight along US-41 near Cedar Creek Drive about three miles north of Bonita Beach Road.Bonita Springs requiring permits for home repairs
Macela Lopez was eager to start rebuilding. Like many others, her Bonita Springs home is gutted right now, but she was greeted by a warning when she arrived at her door.In hurricanes' aftermath, technology eases return to school
In this Aug. 29, 2017, aerial photo, floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey surround an apartment complex in Houston. The same technology that connected students and teachers in the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey and Irma is easing their transition back to class.Weary Bonita Springs residents brace for more rain
Heavy rains pose the biggest threat to neighborhoods by the Imperial River. Standing water continues to devastate people there to the point where some of them said another rainstorm wouldn't faze them.First round of Southwest Florida Hurricane Relief Funds released
United Way has distributed more than $400,000 in supplemental funding from the SWFL Hurricane Relief Fund, in partnership with the SWFL Community Foundation, to local assistance agencies. Those agencies include: Beacon of Hope, Bonita Springs Assistance Office, Boys & Girls Clubs of Lee County, Child Care of Southwest Florida, Community Cooperative, FISH of Sanibel-Captiva, Good Wheels, Harry Chapin Food Bank, Interfaith Charities of South Lee, Lehigh Community Services, RCMA - Hendry & Glades, Eva's Closet and The Salvation Army - Lee & Hendry.Florida churches commit to long post-Irma recovery
Once urban search-and-rescue teams clear a house, they place a fluorescent sticker in a window. Green means the house is still livable.What you need to know about today's Severe Weather First Alert
The NBC2 First Alert Hurricane Tracking Team has issued a Severe Weather First Alert due to periods of heavy rain through the weekend with the potential for more flooding. At 9 a.m., the National Weather Service issued a Flood Watch for Lee County with concerns over what this additional rain could do, considering the recent rains from Irma on top of the 1 to 2 inches that fell Thursday night.SWFL still on the road to recovery after Hurricane Irma
Disaster Recovery Centers offer in-person support to individuals and small business owners. Recovery specialists from the Federal Emergency Management Agency , the U.S. Small Business Administration , and the State, are available to provide assistance to anyone with filling out applications or updating their status.
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