The Village of Estero has compiled the most recent daily updates from the State of Florida, Lee County and the Village of Estero.  This compilation provides updates from the governmental perspective.  The information provided below was developed by our partner agencies for public consumption.

Village of Estero Update

Village Hall has closed the public lobbies as of 5:00 p.m., Monday, March 23.

  • We will still be accepting online applications, records requests, requests for action related to roads and landscaping, and general inquiries.
  • Our phone lines will remain open and we will have available a dropbox for paper building application






Lee County Update

  • As we move toward getting back to work, know that Lee County Government is here for you. Business resources are available to help you navigate your next steps. Visit https://fal.cn/37ZAb for more information.
  • Thank you to Lee County Domestic Animal Services! This department has continued to care for animals and facilitate fosters throughout COVID-19. We appreciate your continued hard work and service.
  • Lee County, FL Library expands contactless curbside pickup to all locations. For more information visit https://fal.cn/37ZrD.
  • With Lee County beaches, parks, and preserves now open to the public, there’s plenty of outside space to enjoy this weekend. Please follow all CDC guidelines while enjoying fresh air and exercise. https://fal.cn/37Zo1
  • The Department of Human & Veteran Services continues to assist the veterans in our community receive the assistance they are entitled to. If you are a veteran in need of assistance, or know someone who is, please call (239) 533-8381 or visit https://fal.cn/37YU2 to learn more about the resources available.

Lee County Schools

  • Attention Class of 2020!
    Virtual graduation is coming in June and a traditional, in-person, ceremony in July as long as CDC guidelines permit.
    The just approved details are available at https://www.leeschools.net/cms/One.aspx…









State of Florida Update (updated 5/9/2020 at 5:00 pm)

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The State of Florida is responding to COVID-19.