This monthly newsletter is produced in effort to keep you better informed and engaged about the work of your Fort Myers CRA.
Several businesses in Fort Myers' redevelopment areas are open for business during the COVID-19 impact.

They may offer pick-up or delivery, and adjusted hours, so be sure to check out We Are Open
In Case You Need it: We have compiled a group of important sources for latest COVID-19 updates, responses, and post recovery information.
Business Spotlight: Mason's Famous Lobster Rolls

Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls is in the Fort Myers business spotlight!

Mason’s opened in January 2020 at 2122 First Street in the Downtown redevelopment area. While known for their lobster rolls, they also serve shrimp rolls, chowders, and other delicious seafood specialties.
Mason’s is open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. They currently offer curbside pick-up and delivery through Bite Squad, Grubhub, and Uber Eats. For more information, give them a call at 239-208-7271 or check out their full menu.
Fort Myers Bicyclists & Walkers - we value your input!

The City of Fort Myers, in conjunction with the Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization is poised to move forward with the 2020 Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan to create a more robust bicycle pedestrian network that will provide improved mobility and further connectivity. We have created a survey and would like your input.
We would like to know:
·     How can we improve bicycling and walking in the City?
·     What would encourage you to walk and bike more?
·     How can we better connect you to your destinations?
Business Spotlight: Bartley's Sporting Goods

The Cleveland Avenue redevelopment area is home to Bartley's Sporting Goods, located at 2555 Cleveland Avenue. Bartley's Sporting Goods is one of the city's legacy businesses, having been open in Fort Myers since 1910.
Make a Difference

Make a difference in Fort Myers by completing your 2020 Census.

Participating in the Census every 10 years ensures that Southwest Florida receives its share of federal funding. One example is the $134 million of COVID-19 relief that Lee County through the CARES Act.