PZB Meetings

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Farmers’ market and learning center approved at Planning & Zoning Board meeting June 20, 2017

Public Hearing – Coconut Point Farmers’ Market

The Board approved the request by Local Roots LLC for a seasonal farmers’ market that will operate from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., each Thursday from October 5, 2017, through April 26, 2018.

The market features farm produce and other goods, located […]

Dunkin Donuts, Milestone Learning Center, Acros Avenue Office Building, and Comprehensive Plan on the agenda for Planning & Zoning Board meeting June 1

The Planning & Zoning Board will conduct a special meeting at 4 p.m., Thursday, June 1.

There will be a public hearing for Dunkin Donuts requesting a reduction in the setback of their monument sign.

In addition, there will be public information meetings for the Milestone Learning Center in […]

Planning & Zoning Board to address the Village Comprehensive Plan, Estero Grande pattern book and a bonus density program, among other topics on May 16

The Planning & Zoning Board meeting will start at 4 p.m., Tuesday, May 16, to address ordinances for the Estero Grande pattern book and a bonus density program for the three developments which were approved for bonus density prior to the Village’s incorporation (Estero Grande, Downtown Estero and Estero on the River).

They will also conduct […]

Parks, Recreation and Open Space were the focus of the Planning & Zoning Board’s meeting on April 26, 2017

Public Information Meeting

Estero United Methodist Church

Representatives for the Estero United Methodist Church gave a short presentation regarding their proposal to cover an interior courtyard in the sanctuary building.  This change would be adding a roof to the structure which would not change the look of the building but would allow for year-long use […]

Importance of preserving Estero’s history included in Planning & Zoning Board discussion April 6, 2017

Comprehensive Plan

The Planning & Zoning Board reviewed future land use, Estero’s historic resources and transportation as part of the Comprehensive Plan discussion on April 6.

Public Comment:  There were 10 people who presented their suggestions.  Here is a brief synopsis of some of the comments:

  • All bike/pedestrian […]