Welcome to the official web site for the Brooks of Bonita Springs & Brooks of Bonita Springs II Community Development Districts. This site is provided by the Community Development District in an effort to help educate the general public about the services provided by the District.
Below you will find news about Brooks of Bonita Springs & Brooks of Bonita Springs II Community Development Districts.
05-21-2018 | Lee County Irma Flood Study Report
Lee County experienced two major rainfall events during the summer of 2017, the events being spaced at approximated two weeks apart. A major event occurred during late August, first known as Invest 92L by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) and later as Potential Tropical Cyclone Ten, with many areas in south Lee County getting 10”-12” or more rainfall in a 3 day period, with smaller pockets having higher amounts.
06-01-2017 | Districts GIS Maps
District Areal Map information
03-01-2015 | The Brooks Newsletter
The Brooks is served by two Community Development Districts (CDDs): The Brooks of Bonita Springs CDD and The Brooks of Bonita Springs II CDD. Lee County created the CDDs at the request of The Brooks' developer in order to finance the community's basic infrastructure...
02-01-2014 | The Brooks Newsletter
Introduction to Coconut Park Located immediately west of the Commons Club at 9930 Coconut Road, the park currently includes an interactive fountain, playground, basketball court, picnic pavilions, fishing dock, restroom facility, walking paths and a large amount of open undeveloped area...
03-01-2013 | The Brooks Newsletter
The Brooks is served by two Community Development Districts (CDDs): The Brooks of Bonita Springs CDD and The Brooks of Bonita Springs II CDD. Lee County created the CDDs at the request of the The Brooks’ developer in order to finance the community’s basic infrastructure...
01-01-2013 | The Brooks Newsletter
You are receiving this newsletter as our records indicate that you own property or live within the boundaries of the Brooks 1 or Brooks 2 Development District (CDD). We would like to take this opportunity to briefly share with you what the CDD is, what it does for you and how it fits into your Community...
2003 | Understanding Fish Kills in Florida Freshwater Systems
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