North Olga is a rural, agricultural-based community located along the north shores of the Caloosahatchee River in Northeast Lee County between SR 31 and Bob Janes Preserve. With Alva, it comprises the Northeast Lee County Planning Community. North Olga aims to protect its rural community character by supporting a strong agricultural industry, protecting its natural resources, and providing for a variety of rural housing options. The North Olga Community actively promotes and protects its historic rural character through a variety of community planning projects:
- The North Olga Community Plan and Lee Plan Goal 35 promote and support North Olga’s unique rural character, heritage, economy, and quality of life. This is an active community planning project to update and amend Lee Plan Goal 26. If you are interested in participating or would like more information, please contact Sharon Jenkins-Owen at SJenkins-Owen@leegov.com or (239) 533-8535.
- The Northeast Lee County Lee Plan Goal 34 unites North Olga and Alva communities to support their rural character and agricultural-based lifestyle. This is an active community planning project. If you are interested in participating or would like more information, please contact Sharon Jenkins-Owen at SJenkins-Owen@leegov.com or (239) 533-8535.
Community Project Presentations:
The owner or agent applying for the following types of county approvals must conduct one public informational session within both the North Olga and Alva community plan areas prior to obtaining a finding of sufficiency.
For additional information on meeting requirements, please see Lee Plan Goal 34 and Goal 35.