Protecting and Preserving Captiva
The Captiva Community Panel is tasked by the Lee County Board of Commissioners with coordinating and overseeing the community planning and proposing applicable goals, objectives, policies and land development regulations.
The goal of the Panel is to protect the coastal barrier island’s natural resources such as beaches, waterways, wildlife, vegetation, water quality, dark skies and its history.
This is achieved through environmental protections and land use regulations that preserve shoreline and natural habitats; enhance water quality; encourage the use of native vegetation; maintain the mangrove fringe; limit noise, light, water, and air pollution; create mixed-use development of traditionally commercial properties; and enforce development standards that maintain one- and two-story building heights and the historic low-density residential development.
Making Captiva enjoyable for everyone
There’s plenty to enjoy on Captiva – and plenty of ways to help ensure that every one can enjoy their time in paradise by respecting the island’s environment, its tranquility and each other.
The Concerned Residents of Captiva has put together a short video of “Guideline to Enjoying Captiva Island” (click here to stream it). Be sure to take a look!
If you’d like more information about donating, volunteering, or you have issues you’d like to see addressed by the Community Panel, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your ideas.