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December 24, 2021

We have extended an advertising opportunity to member businesses in our area. If you don’t have a business, but know of a business that would like to advertise, please forward this bulletin to them. For now, the program is open only to businesses that are owned by or who employ NWNA Members.  Please fill out […]

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Flood Insurance Changes – FEMA Risk Rating 2.0

October 14, 2021

Town Hall Meeting Summary On behalf of the NWNA, I would like to thank Councilmember Gloria Tate for hosting this very informative and important meeting pertaining to the FEMA Risk Rating 2.0 implementation and possible Flood Insurance implications. Following is a summary of the issues that were discussed at the meeting. 1.   FEMA Risk Rating 2.0 […]

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Development Projects Moving Forward

August 5, 2021

The Phase 2 plan for the Luxury RV Park at Tranquility Lake was just submitted to the city for review.    Phase 2 consists of 52.12 acres and includes 358 motor coach sites. Combined with the 144 sites in Phase 1, there will be a total of 502 sites. Phase I covers 36.26 acres. Overall, amenities […]

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NWNA Presidents Message

June 25, 2021

Members: Cape Coral is fortunate to have a local organization dedicated to rebuilding the forest canopy and creating an environment for plants and animals to thrive. Future Forestry is the organization responsible for the great work done on Veterans Memorial Parkway and streets intersecting it such as Chiquita and Skyline. I’m happy to announce that […]

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More ‘Clean the Cape’ Details

April 17, 2021

John Bashaw provides us with more details about this event.

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Clean-Up the Cape Day Event

April 10, 2021

Save the Date. The NWNA is holding a “Clean the Cape” event at Tropicana Park on April 24. We are partnering with Waste Pro, Keep Lee County Beautiful, and the City of Cape Coral to make our city beautiful again. We will meet at Tropicana Park at 8:00 a.m. on April 24 to hand out […]

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NWNA and the City Working Together on 7 Islands

January 15, 2021

Come Out and Join Us for the 7 Islands Clean-Up Day! Hello Members, Remember the four focus items you wanted us to work on last year? 1.  UEP 2.  7 Islands 3.  North Spreader Waterway Exit (Feasibility Study) 4.  Beautification, Safety, Lights, Walkways, etc. We want to start the year off on a positive note while addressing both the […]

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2nd Update on Crystal Lake Park Problem

January 8, 2021

Crystal Lake Solution is in Progress! NWNA Members: Please see the memorandum on actions the city is taking to resolve the issue at Crystal Lake. I am very pleased with the action taken by the City of Cape Coral, led my Mr. Ilczyszyn, and I am sure you will also recognize the fast attention given […]

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Crystal Park Problem Update

January 8, 2021

NWNA Members: The City of Cape Coral is aggressively pursuing a resolution to the situation at Crystal Lake. Plans are already in place to address the concerns you raised, including the suggestions in the bulletin I sent on Monday. I am confident the right resources are on this problem with the right urgency. Please do […]

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Crystal Lake Park Problem

January 4, 2021

NWNA Members: Happy New Year and my best wishes to you and your family for a great 2021. We have a situation in the vicinity of Crystal Lake Park and I am asking you to support our members and help out. The members near Crystal Lake are at their wits end with the partying, drag racing, […]

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Cape Coral Fire Dept. – Annual Open House

October 22, 2021

Hi Members On Saturday, November 6, the Cape Coral Fire Department will host our annual Open House. From 9 am until 12 pm, the public is invited to visit any of our eleven fire stations for the opportunity to meet firefighters and learn about the fire apparatus, equipment, and services. In addition, a variety of […]

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High-Speed Internet Service Update

October 20, 2021

Good Afternoon! The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) announced today that it has received more than 230 applications for the Broadband Infrastructure Program, for a total of more than $2.5 billion in funding requests across 49 states and U.S. territories. The city of Cape Coral applied for this grant in […]

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Flood Insurance Data Needed

October 19, 2021

Members, Council Member, Gloria Tate is asking for our help to gather information to help effect changes affecting residents. Please send her a copy of any bills you receive that are renewed higher than 18% and send your old bill for comparison. She wants to continue to gather information on how these rate changes are […]

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Member Issues Addressed

October 19, 2021

Members: Councilmember Keith Long (District 6) has appraised me on two issues related to issues you have raised with the NWNA. The first is regarding Burnt Store Road.  Many of you have raised concerns regarding the intersection of BSR and Tropicana Parkway. Accidents and near misses are frequent. CM Long is aware of your concerns and is bringing them […]

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Catch the Vision

October 14, 2021
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Here We Grow Again – October Edition

October 9, 2021

Wow! Cape Coral is really Rockin It! Last month we reported on the numerous apartment developments planned from Santa Barbara Blvd. to the west, along Pine Island Rd. Now there are more plans in the mix.  Sovereign Properties, LLC intends to build 380 apartments in four (4) buildings with a central clubhouse and amenities on about […]

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New Fertilizer Ordinance Goes Into Effect

October 9, 2021

Changes to City Fertilizer Ordinance Members, On Wednesday (Oct 6) the Cape Coral City Council passed Ordinance 79-21, effective immediately. The ordinance pertains to the use of fertilizer in the City of Cape Coral and strengthened the current requirements for Florida-Friendly Fertilizer Use on Urban Landscapes to protect the local surface and groundwater quality. As […]

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Tropicana Park Update with Kevin Black

October 8, 2021

Kevin Black gives us an update on the current status of Tropicana Park with his dog Tito. He describes what we can expect to see for amenities and an approximate timeline.

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Burnt Store Rd Boat Ramp Updates

October 8, 2021

John Bashaw, President of the Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association, Inc. visits the boat ramp and describes the upgrades and new amenities available for the residents.

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New NWNA Member App is now available for Download

October 2, 2021

About Us – Current Leadership Website – All Access Notifications – All Bulletins Email Council – Access City Leaders Facebook – NWNA Page Our YouTube Channel Forum – Ask a Question Your Membership Card Join/Donate Pictures of Us Upcoming Events and More….

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