Captiva Beach Renourishment

Captiva beach renourishmentIf you’d like to keep up to date on all the new project visit the Captiva Erosion Prevention District website.

According to their website “Captiva Island is a barrier island located four miles off the coast of Southwest Florida, just west of Fort Myers, Florida. Residents and visitors enjoy the slender island’s five miles of sandy gulf shoreline. As is the case with most barrier islands, beach erosion can be a threat to upland development, recreation and environmental interests.

The Captiva Erosion Prevention District (CEPD) is an independent special beach and shore preservation district under the provision of chapter 161, Florida Statutes. It is governed by an independently elected district board possessed of broad powers to do as necessary or desirable to carry out the CEPD comprehensive beach and shore preservation program. The CEPD provides beach erosion control and preservation activities for the protection, preservation and restoration of Captiva’s sandy beach”.

The first Captiva Beach Renourishment Project started in 1961 and the 2013 project was the sixth of its type.

If you’d like to read more on the upcoming projects “click here”.

Or Contact Me Direct Anytime:

George Kohlbrenner

Partner – Broker – Associate
John Naumann & Associates
11509 Andy Rosse Lane, Captiva, FL 33924
1149 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel, FL

Call 239-565-8805