Culture, Parks & Recreation

  1. Holiday boat parade is THIS SATURDAY at 6 p.m. in the back bay

    The 32nd annual holiday in lights boat parade sets sail this Saturday, December 5, at 6 p.m. from the back bay. Read on...
  2. Three advisory boards, committees need members

    Interested in advising Town Council in its work to maintain Fort Myers Beach as an excellent place for people to live, work in, and visit? Volunteer positions on three of the Town's advisory boards and committees are currently open. Read on...
  3. Residents invited to apply for Historic Preservation Advisory Committee

    Town Council is accepting applications until the end of the year for the Historic Preservation Advisory Committee. Read on...
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Fort Myers Beach Community Pool

After several months, the major renovation project to address health and safety concerns of the Fort Myers Beach Community Pool is complete.


Due to COVID and the Town’s desire to keep the community safe while patrons enjoy the pool, operations are different than they have been in the past, as follows:

Hours: 10:00am – 2:00pm

Days: Monday/Wednesday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday

Operation Capacity: 18 patrons

Breakdown: Four sessions to enter the facility. Each session will last 45 minutes.

Read more here.

Bay Oaks  and FMB Pool is Hiring!  

Click here to Apply 

Available Positions:   Lifeguard   

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 To Create, Provide, and sustain quality recreational, cultural and community experiences for all residents and visitors of the Town of Fort Myers Beach.


To provide exceptional programs, cultural events and recreational opportunities that attract and serve residents and visitors.

The Town of Fort Myers Beach Parks and Recreation Department which was founded in 2010, is comprised of full time, part-time, and seasonal employees that serve more than 10 thousand permanent and seasonal residents. Currently, the department provides various programs/activities to a spectrum of age ranges including our signature programs, BOSS-Bay Oaks Social Seniors and Club Rec, part of our Youth program. The Department manages and operates an Aquatics Center, Bay Oaks Recreational Center which includes 4 tennis courts, two baseball/softball fields, Disc Golf course, 3 Outdoor Pickle Ball Courts, Basketball court, a playground, and also a natural area.  The Parks and Recreation Department is tasked to maintain compliance with the Town of Fort Myers Beach Comprehensive Plan.