Stock Development’s ONE Naples Project Upcoming Meetings

Stock Development’s ONE Naples Project Upcoming Meetings
For those of you who haven’t been able to attend (or didn’t know about) the informational meetings that Stock Development is holding, here is the schedule of the remaining meetings.
They are being held on:
  • Friday, February 21st @ 9:30
  • Friday, February 21st @ 1:30
  • Friday, February 21st @ 5:30
The meetings cover a brief history of the project, and describe the plans that are currently in for Collier County Staff review.
Feel free to go to any one of the three, and alert your neighbors as well.  They have been fielding questions after the presentations, staying as long as the questions last.
All sessions will be held in the Ballroom at St. John The Evangelist Catholic Church, 625 111th Avenue North, Naples, FL 34108.
These are not the official “Neighborhood Information Meeting,” which is being held on March 3, 2020 at 5:30, also at the St. John’s Ballroom.

Message from the VBRA Board

Dear VBRA member:

Your VBRA Board Members are actively monitoring upcoming events that may impact our future here on Vanderbilt Beach and nearby areas. Please join us in keeping up with future issues at the County level and affecting the Vanderbilt Beach area, including the proposed One Naples project.

We are attaching Commissioner Andy Solis’s “Coffee with the Commissioner” invitation for January 16, 5:30-6:30 at the Collier County Library, Orange Blossom Road. We recommend signing up to receive Andy’s newsletters directly (email him at ). His periodic “Coffees” are very informative. This date is “sold out,” but they do have a wait list. Andy’s current newsletter includes an excellent recap of the One Naples project status, currently at the top of our radar.

The Collier County web site is . Look under the Your Government, Board of County Commissioners, to find further information.

Very truly yours,
Your VBRA Board Members

Coffee with the Commissioner

Vanderbilt Cul-de-sac Public Utilities Project

Attached is an excellent recap of this project by Julie Beck Maddox, who is experiencing this project first hand.  They have established a Facebook account:

Conners Vanderbilt Beach Naples Residents Collier County Group

If you are a Facebook user, we encourage you to join this group to keep up to date with first-hand accounts

June 2017 Conner’s



Vanderbilt Beach affords a pleasant residential environment and extensive recreational resources. Our residents include many people who live and work in the area year round, retirees who live here  either full time or seasonally, and also the multitudes of visitors who flock here to enjoy the beautiful weather and our world-renowned beach and resorts. Vanderbilt Beach is now considered to be one of the finest communities in southwest Florida, if not the country.  The Vanderbilt Beach Residents Association is dedicated to preserving the quality of life that we all enjoy.