Hurricane IAN - Recovery Cape Coral and UpdatesDear Guests,
the repair works in Cape Coral after hurricane Ian are in full swing and luckily proceeding much faster than originally thought. Electricity, water, internet, and streaming are restored SW Floridian’s are hard at work to bring back our Paradise. Most shops and restaurants have also re-opened, some however with slightly adjusted services. Most villas in our portfolio have suffered cosmetic to very minimal damage. Therefore, these houses are already available again. Unfortunately many cages/screens were affected by the high winds. They will be repaired or replaced as soon as possible. We will keep you informed and thank you for your trust! Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions.
Your Vesteva Team
Cape Coral Parks & Recreation open 11/15/2022
Open Recreation & Specialty Facilities
- Cape Coral Art Center
- Coral Oaks Golf Course
- Eagle Skate Park
- Four Freedoms Park (2-5 years old playground & swing banks are now open, 5-12 years old playground rmains closed)
- Rotary Park (nature trails remain closed)
- Special Populations Center
- Wm. Austen Youth Center
All Athletic Parks are OpenAtletic programs delayed due to lighting and fence damage
Most Neighborhood Parks are Open
- Four Milde Cove Ecological Preserce (Kayak Shack, boardwalk & nature trails are closed)
- Giuffrida Park (one pickleball court is closed)
- Horton Park & Boat Ramp (Boat ramp & parking lot are closed to the public while being used by the Coast Guard)
Recovery Update 10/20/2022Sanibel Causeway officially reopened
Recovery Update 10/13/2022LCEC Update
84% has power in Cape Coral
It's expected the sanibel causeway is repaired and accessible by October 21st.
Recovery Update 10/11/2022Southwest Florida International Airport reopening more info
Open Stores in Southwest FloridaHere you can see the List of stores open in Southwest Florida after Hurricane Ian
Recovery Update 10/6/2022Sanibel Causeway
The Sanibel Causeway will be repaired and ready by the end of October, according to the Florida Department of Transportation.
Pine Island road reopened
Just after three days after the construnction start, the Pine Island bridgt has completed today and ready to use.
Power and Water Update 10/4/2022LCEC Update
LCEC announced they plan to have power restored to 95% of the power grid by 10/8/2022.
According to LCEC, power has been restored to 6,500 customers.
Water is restored to 100% of the City.
Hurricane IAN Imagery MapHere you can see the Hurricane IAN Imagery Map
LCEC Outage MapHere you can see the LCEC Outage Map
Recovery Update 10/2/2022WATER: Nearly 85% of the City has received water services. Please continue to boil it as a precaution.
POWER: LCEC estimates 95% of customers will be restored by Saturday, October 8.
TRASH PICKUP: Household trash pickup will resume on Monday, October 3, with the regular pickup schedule.
INFO, CHARGING STATION: City Hall, Police HQ, and all Fire Stations except Station 10 have power strips where residents can charge devices. Informational flyers are also available in English and Spanish.
(Source: City of Cape Coral Government)
Links to information
We're hurting with you, Cape CoralHurricane Ian hit us hard here in Cape Coral and caused a lot of damage.
Clearing the city's streets in the wake of Hurricane Ian is a top priority and work has already begun.
We currently have no electricity and limited telecommunications.
We are grateful for your prayers, assistance, and thoughts.
We will rebuild and we will be back.
Many of our homes have survived with minimal damage and we are open.
All of your support for this area is greatly appreciated.
We will keep you posted and updated on the progress.
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