Refresh Waterlines Details

Town of Fort Myers Beach’s Waterlines Project

The reFRESH Fort Myers Beach Waterlines Project is underway to replace the old, unreliable water infrastructure with a new water system that is dependable and able to handle existing and increasing demand on the island. The project consists of work being done along Estero Boulevard in coordination with the reFRESH Estero Boulevard Project as well as four phases for replacement of waterlines, storm drainage and outfalls on side streets off of Estero Boulevard.

The project began in 2011 when the Town of Fort Myers Beach completed water main replacement for North Estero Boulevard. In 2015, the Town completed installation of new water mains in Basin Based Neighborhood, Bay Beach Lane and Laguna Shores. In early 2016, new water mains on Estero Boulevard from Times Square to Red Coconut RV Park were installed. The project will continue along Estero Boulevard and various side streets.

Key Improvements

  • New water system will be able to handle increasing demand
  • Old materials will be replaced with reliable material to prevent frequent line breaks
  • Water mains will provide better fire protection
Waterlines Side Streets Information

Waterlines Progress at a Glance

Contractors for the Town of Fort Myers Beach are installing new water main and storm drainage including outfalls on the following streets:

Recently Completed Streets

Donora Boulevard
Eucalyptus Court
Jefferson Street
Connecticut Street
Bay Mar Drive
Hercules Drive
Bayview Avenue
Bay Road (including Nature View Ct)

In Progress Streets

Estero Blvd (Madera Road to Lanark Avenue)
Madera Road
Williams Drive (to Randy Lane)/Glenview Manor Drive
Dakota Avenue/Palmetto Street/Lazy Way
Aberdeen Avenue/Lauder Street/Dundee Road Driftwood Lane
Mound Road

Upcoming Streets


Project Map

Below is a map of the entire reFRESH Waterlines Project and the reFRESH Estero Boulevard Project.


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