Captiva Community Panel

The next panel meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 8, beginning at 9 a.m. in the Cone Rooms (location
subject to change) at South Seas Island Resort.
For a copy of the current agenda, click here.

What's on your mind, Captiva?

The Captiva Community Panel asked, and the community answered
about issues brought to the panel’s attention over the past few years. Click here for a summary of the survey results, and here to go to a page with all of the survey responses and comments.

 

Wastewater alternatives study

TKW Consulting Engineers is currently conducting
a county-funded comprehensive review of Captiva's wastewater alternatives, to help the panel and the community plan
for the long-term health of the island and its surrounding waters.
Click here for more information on the study.

 

Captiva Plan update

The latest revisions to the Captiva Plan hav been
adopted by Lee County and are now in effect.
To see the latest iteration of the Plan, click here.

To see the changes to the county Land Development Code enacted in coordination with the Plan changes, click here.

To read the latest analysis of the plan changes, click here.

 

A copy of the panel's letter to people renting vacation homes
on the island is available here.

 

Sea level rise symposium

The Captiva Community Panel hosted a sea level rise symposium in conjunction with South Seas Island Resort on Jan. 13, 2017.

Click here for the program, copies of the presentations and audio.

 

Wastewater treatment

To see a copy of the Dec. 8, 2015, FGUA presentation on
the feasibility of the central sewer system on the island, click here.
A copy of the presentation explaining how
a wastewater treatment plant operates is available here.
A copy of the report prepared for the Jan. 5, 2016, meeting of the Sanibel City Council analyzing the wastewater treatment status on Captiva with FDEP and city reports on complaints and requests for assistance with effluent disposal is here.

 

South Seas Island Resort

In an Aug. 19,2015, decision, the Lee County Zoning Director administratively OK'd the proposed amendment to the South Seas
Master Development Plan to reallocate existing housing units
to a new development on the resort's northern end.

The full decision can be downloaded by clicking here

(it's a large PDF, so be patient).

 

The original Administrative Interpretation with Lee County
on the resort development status is online here.

 

FDEP mangrove presentation:

Miss the Sept. 8, 2015, presentation by the Florida DEP on mangrove regulations? Click here for a copy of the PowerPoint.

 



 


New rules in effect for golf cart use on Captiva

 


About the panel

The Captiva Community Panel exists to serve Captiva by maintaining the historic pattern of development on this barrier island. Such historical growth has consisted of unobtrusive, low-density residential use coupled with limited commercial development and vehicular traffic. Sensitive to such common concerns, Captiva community planning is to be maintained in consideration of an environment consisting of clean offshore waters, diverse and healthy marine life and robust native vegetation.

 

The Captiva Community Panel is sponsored by the Captiva Property Owners Association Inc., a 501c3 nonprofit organization by IRS determination. The association is registered under account number CH28824 with the state of Florida under Chapter 496, Florida Statutes, the Solicitation of Contributions Act. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (800) 435-7352 within the state. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by the state.


 

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