The purpose of the Safety Council (SC) is to serve as the voice of the residents of greater Estero on safety issues by monitoring community safety hazards and advocating for safe neighborhoods and public spaces. The SC enhances public safety by identifying the causes and consequences of current and potential physical danger and traffic condition issues. The SC’s responsibility is to advocate for solutions to population growth-related physical danger and traffic-related problems by developing approaches to solicit support from Village, County, and State organizations.
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The Dangers Associated with Septic Systems
The Dangers Associated with Septic SystemsEstero has changed dramatically since the first inhabitants settled in the early 1900s. These early settlement areas did not have sanitary sewer systems, and homes relied on wells and septic systems. Some of those holdover...
The Pride That Residents Have For Our Community Shines Brightly
The Pride That Residents Have For Our Community Shines Brightly In September 2020, Engage Estero (formerly the ECCL), as part of FDOT's Adopt a Highway Program, agreed to keep a section of Hwy 41 clear of rubbish and debris. Volunteers from over 40 communities...
East Corkscrew Construction and Development Updates
East Corkscrew Construction and Development Updates: Courtesy of the East Corkscrew Alliance- IntroductionOn January 23, 2023, the East Corkscrew Alliance hosted a meeting to update local stakeholders primarily on the status of Corkscrew Road construction, but also on...
Repairing Hurricane Damage?
Information You Should Know When Looking to Repair Your Home After Hurricane Ian The ECCL has been working hard to assist families suffering hardship and heartbreak following hurricane Ian. The ECCL, which relies on donations to continue its work, has donated $5,000...
Why Reducing Speed Matters
Reducing Speed MattersEspecially in Construction ZonesPrepared by Mark Ruset, ECCL’s Co-Chair, Safety and Transportation Council  National Safety Council (NSC) analysis of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) https://safer-america.comTo enhance...
Venomous Snakes in Florida
Venomous Snakes in Florida Know What to Look For With an increasing number of new residents with pets and young children living in greater Estero, the ECCL felt it appropriate to remind them and longer-term residents to be on guard when walking with children or dogs,...
The New Estero Fire Station 45 Increased Safety for those Living on East Corkscrew Road! The ECCL is pleased to inform you that the building of the new Estero Fire Station 45 located on east Corkscrew is well advanced and should be completed by this fall. Susan...
Bicycle Safety Refresher
Bicycle Safety A refresher for residents. (Written by Jodi Walborn, Co-Lead for Worksites and Policy, Blue Zones Project with input from Mark Russet ECCL’s Co-Chair of the Safety and Transportation Council) Safety is a quintessential issue for the ECCL....
Homes on East Corkscrew Road
The data below provides the information on the number of homes in the various communities on East Corkscrew Road (East of Ben Hill Griffin), updated as of March 2022. There has been a significant increase in the number of homes on East Corkscrew. When all the homes...
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