Here We Grow Again Series Part Two: The Future Development in Collier County
The good news – the economy is growing and population is on the rise. The unknown – is Southwest Florida properly positioned to accommodate the next wave of growth?
Join ULI Southwest Florida for the second program in a four part series as we evaluate the direction the region is moving to prepare for the increase in population. This program focuses on Collier County, which has taken a long range, progressive and innovative approach toward the planning for its future growth, with innovative programs, infrastructure and watershed planning, and a strong emphasis on environmental and economic sustainability.
Learn more about how the County is preparing for the future in this interactive session.
Register for all three remaining sessions and receive a discount!
Time: 7:45am – 10:00am
Location: Download Campus Map
Florida Gulf Coast University, Sugden hall, Rm. 111
10501 FGCU Boulevard South, Fort Myers, FL 33965
PARKING DIRECTIONS: Please park in Parking Garage 1 or the gravel Auxiliary Surface Lot (P8) adjacent to the garage. Parking Garage 1 is located next to Sugden Hall, where the ULI program is being held. Parking on campus is free in these two places only, and you do not need a parking pass or other documentation.
Parking elsewhere on campus without a pass (available at the Information Booth) will likely result in receiving a parking ticket.
7:45am Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:15am Welcoming Remarks: Tim Byal, Chair, ULI SW Florida
Program Overview: Dr. Tim Allen, Alico Chair in Finance @ Lutgert College of Business, FGCU
Collier Introduction: Tim Nance, Collier County Commissioner
8:30am Collier County Overview
Nick Casalanguida, Collier County Deputy Manager – Download Presentation
8:45am The Rural Fringe Overview
Bob Mulhere, Director of Planning, Hole Montes, Inc. – Download Presentation
9:00am Rural Lands Stewardship Update
Al Reynolds, Community Development Sector Leader U.S., Stantec – Download Presentation
9:15am Environmental Update
Nancy Payton, SW Florida Field Representative, Florida Wildlife Federation – Download Presentation
9:30am Panelist Roundtable & Audience Questions
Dr. Tim Allen, Moderator
10:00am Closing Remarks
$35 per session – ULI Members
$50 per session – Nonmembers
$75 for all sessions – ULI Member
$120 for all sessions – Nonmembers
*Discounts for students and public sector
*If registering for all 3 meetings please email/fax registration form to email@example.com or fax: 800-248-4585
Next Series Program Dates:
April 17 – The Future of Development in Lee County
May 15 – The Future of Development in Charlotte County