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This page contains links to information on cases coming before the Planning and Zoning/Local Planning Agency, Hearing Examiner, and/or City Council. The City's Hearing Examiner meets on the first Tuesday of the month.  The Planning and Zoning/Local Planning Agency meet on the first Wednesday of every month. Occasionally, there are special meetings held.

The Planning and Zoning/Local Planning Agency is the recommending body for Future Land Use Map Amendments and Comprehensive Plan Text Amendments.  The Planning and Zoning/Local Planning Agency is also the recommending body for revisions to the Land Use and Development Regulations and Annexations.  

The Hearing Examiner is the final decision-making authority for the following cases: Appeals to Administrative Decisions, Special Exceptions, Marine Improvement Deviations (Docks), Variances, Non-Conforming Structure Special Exceptions (NC SE), Landscape Deviations, South Cape Redevelopment Incentive Program Applications, Non-Residential Design Standard Deviations, and some Planned Development Projects.  The Hearing Examiner is the recommending body for Vacations of Plat, Zoning Amendments, and some Planned Development Projects.  

You can view the entire application and related material at the City Clerk's Office located at 1015 Cultural Park Boulevard, Cape Coral, 33990.  

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CASE#
ORDINANCE / RESOLUTION # 

DATE & TIME
DESCRIPTION
FLUM23-000007
TO BE HEARD
By: City Council
ON: June 5, 2024 at 4:30 P.M.
AT:  City of Cape Coral, Council Chambers, 1015 Cultural Park Blvd.

The applicant requests a future land use map amendment from the Lee County future land use designations of RS-1 and Intensive Development to the City of Cape Coral future land use designation of Commercial/Professional (CP). The site is six parcels, totaling 1.02 acres, and was annexed into the City of Cape Coral in 2022.  The amendment is the 2nd step in developing the property within the City. The applicant will also need to apply for a rezone as the last step for future development.

VAC24-000001
TO BE HEARD
By: City Council
ON: June 5, 2024 at 4:30 P.M.
AT:  City of Cape Coral, Council Chambers, 1015 Cultural Park Blvd.

The vacation request includes a 2-lot platted site that recently received a demolition permit in October 2023 after obtaining substantial damage from Hurricane Ian. The applicant did apply for a building permit in March 2024. The applicant is requesting to vacate 212.4 square feet of canal right of way (ROW), and 408 sq. ft. of platted easements in Lots 9 and 10, Block 160, Unit 4, Part 2, Cape Coral Subdivision. The ROW and platted easements are a narrow unexcavated strip of land between the seawall and the western property line of the parcel, with no value for transportation, access, water management or utility functions.  The vacation will extend the property line to the seawall.  The address is 5322 Bayside Court, Cape Coral, 33904.

    TXT24-000002   
TO BE HEARD
By: City Council
ON: June 5, 2024 at 4:30 P.M.
AT:  City of Cape Coral, Council Chambers, 1015 Cultural Park Blvd.

Amends the Infrastructure Element in preparation to incorporate the updated Water Supply Facilities Work Plan into the Comprehensive Plan.  The Work Plan was updated in 2024 to reflect the SFWMD change to their water supply plan.