Representing NW Cape Coral at City Hall

Updating NW Cape Coral with Recent Happenings

Some construction equipment working on the Cape Coral Utility Expansion Project.

Monitoring Projects & Activities in NW Cape Coral

Together We're Better!

Working in our Community

Working with our City Leaders

Our Mission Statement

The neighborhoods of northwest Cape Coral are unique and offer the city’s greatest potential for developing into a vibrant waterfront community where businesses and people thrive.  The Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association, Inc. will support this development with innovative ideas, an ethical approach, and sound business acumen. 

Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association Overview

The Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association, Inc., (NWNA) is the largest, most active, community-based organization in the city. We use the strength of our collective voice to promote sensible policies and smart growth on behalf of our members.

New NWNA Member App

NW Cape Development Projects 

We continue to bring our members up-to-the-minute development projects and related information as it becomes public.  Stay tuned for updates as the NW Cape continues to grow!

The seven islands project is coming to Cape Coral Florida.

Shaping the Future of Northwest Cape Coral

Our area encompasses large undeveloped tracts of land still available in Cape Coral. As our future continues to unfold, we need to remain vigilant and actively engaged in the issues and developments that impact our neighborhoods.

We Effect Change with our Strength in Numbers

Our success in shaping our evolving community is directly related to the strength and efforts of our united voice for our northwest community. Whenever we represent the NWNA to City, County, or State entities, our membership numbers are a critical component to the strength of our collective voice.

The strength of our one voice and the credibility that we have earned with the City’s administration and other key organizations is our single most important achievement. Our voice counts where it matters. Our City leaders have come to respect our association’s solidarity and professionalism.

We have a large group of members in the NWNA

Membership has its Benefits

  • Communication on issues, events, and activities through informative e-mail bulletins as well as NWNA News Flashes that address one subject.
  • Our Meetings are open to the public. Special meetings on critical path issues are scheduled as needed.
  • Ongoing status on current initiatives
  • Timely, informative social media updates.

Ready to Join Us?

We invite you to include your voice, your opinions, and your experience in matters of common interest to all of us.

We Come Together to Discuss Matters that Impact Us

We meet as a group periodically to learn about important neighborhood initiatives and to voice our individual opinions on matters that are of particular interest to members and our community. The large size of our membership and our ability to clearly articulate our goals and concerns on behalf of our neighborhood with a single voice has resulted in many achievements!

The NWNA comes together to meet and discuss local issues.

Ready to Join Us?

We invite you to include your voice, your opinions, and your experience in matters of common interest to all of us.

Recent News

Candidate Forum Priorities & Final Remarks

October 4, 2020

District – 2 Dan Sheppard Here are the District 2 Candidates' priorities and closing statements from the City […]

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Honorary Junior Police Officer

October 4, 2020

  Kayden Kafka was honored by the Cape Coral Police Chief Dave Newlan on Sept 30th. Another example […]

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Pearl Island Reaching Out

October 4, 2020

Members: Island Pearl is a new development planned for the Northwest Corner of Burnt Store Road and Pine […]

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UEP Connection Extension

September 27, 2020

During the June time frame, NWNA identified the potential for delays in meeting the 180 days connections based […]

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Burnt Store Rd Widening Project Update

September 27, 2020

Mr. Vincent Miller, from the Lee County Department of Transportation, sent us an update on the two segments […]

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