Estero is approximately 20 square miles, divided into 7 districts with approximately 4,000 residents per district.

 Estero encompasses some 35 gated communities, and is home to the Coconut Point Mall, Miromar Outlet Mall, the Estero Community Park and the Koreshan Historic Site.  It is adjacent to the Florida Gulf Coast University and the Southwest Florida International Airport.

 In 2014, the total assessed taxable property value was $5,420,958,716.

 The Estero Feasibility Study demonstrated that the Estero tax revenue for the first 5 years of incorporation will be $41 million with expenses of $26 million, leaving a surplus of $15 million.

 According to the Lee County Community Development’s Planning Department, in 2014 there were 29,632 permanent residents, rising to 42,562 in season. Of those, 23,680 are registered voters.

 The median age is 62, with a median household income of $66,266.

 The Village of Estero also is home to the Estero Concert Series, chamber music concerts performed by accomplished classical artists in the Koreshan Historic Site’s 100 year-old Art Hall.