- At least one adult within the household must be currently working full time on Sanibel;
- Senior citizens or disabled individuals who are not working must be year-round residents
- Additionally, there are annual entry income levels that applicants cannot exceed
After meeting basic eligibility requirements, potential residents must fill out an application and pay an application fee. Points are assigned based on income level, length of time working on Sanibel, and length of residency on Sanibel. Vacancies are filled following the points assigned.
- Rent from our residents represent just under 50% of CHR’s revenue,
- While Grants, Support and Donations from our generous community represent the balance, This includes revenue from our biggest fundraiser of the year, Mardi Gras.
- Sanibel’s economy depends on the hundreds of people who provide services through island retail and other businesses;
- Living on the island removes the stress and high cost of a long daily commute for workers;
- Workers who live on the island can be available at short notice and are able to be more
- Social and economic diversity is a priority for Sanibel and a part of The Sanibel Plan;
- Everyone benefits when the island work force lives in the community and participates in
schools, organizations, churches and community events;
- No one should have to leave a familiar community because of age, disability or finances.
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