People who get parking tickets on Fort Myers Beach can now pay their fines online. The Town introduced the new payment system on its website, www.fortmyersbeachfl.gov on Friday May 6, 2016. The Town will still accept payments online, over the phone, paid in person at Town Hall, 2525 Estero Blvd., or mailed. Information for paying fines can be found on the back of parking tickets, and the web address for online payment printed on the bottom of the violation.
Note: There is a non-refundable transaction fee of $3.50. This fee is charged by the financial service provider. The Town of Fort Myers Beach does not receive any part of this fee nor is your credit card information stored in our database. The description on your credit card billing statement will be remit-online.
For more information, call the Town’s parking enforcement office at (239)-463-5888.
2016 and 2017 Re-Entry Pass and CodeRed Notification
The Town of Fort Myers Beach requests that all Fort Myers Beach residents and business owners register for hurricane re-entry passes by submitting a new 2016/2017 application. Residents will be allowed to receive up to 2 re-entry passes, business owners 3 passes and Property Managers 1 pass per 5 properties with a maximum of 5. The new re-entry passes will be valid for the 2016 AND 2017 Hurricane Season. The Town will be accepting applications at Town Hall Monday-Friday from 8:30am – 4:30pm or submit your application online and email to Pass@fortmyersbeachfl.gov with a copy of supporting documents. Re-entry applications can be obtained at Town Hall, 2525 Estero Boulevard or on the Town web site www.fortmyersbeachfl.gov.
Applicant must complete application and supply supporting documents to receive a re-entry pass. To expedite the process photo I.D. and proof of residency is required. The owner, tenant and business should have two of the following: Driver’s License, Vehicle Registration, Voter Registration, Utility Bill, Business Tax Bill, Company Letter, Occupational License or Lease.
The Town is encouraging all Town residents and business owners to update their CodeRed Notification Registration. The Town uses The CodeRed Notification system to notify those registered of important information during an emergency and precautionary boil water notification. It is necessary to update registration when any information has changed such as a phone number, email address or home address. Registration for CodeRed is on the Town’s website at www.fortmyersbeachfl.gov under the “For Islanders” section of the Home Page.
Information provided by Chelsea O’Riley, Public Works Administrative Specialist for the Town of Fort Myers Beach.