Phone: Administration: 239-433-0080 / Prevention-Inspections: 239-482-8030
South Trail Fire & Rescue District
Hurricane Ian Resources

Individuals affected by Hurricane Ian in Florida now can apply for assistance. Online at www.DisasterAssistance.gov calling 800-621-3362

Free Blue Tarps for roofs. Residents are encouraged to sign up, check status, and cancel their applications through the online portal. If online is not an option, residents can call the toll-free number, (888) 766-3258, to sign up. https://www.usace.army.mil/Missions/Emergency-Operations/Blue-Roof-Information/

Lee County has opened a Multi-Agency Resource Center to aid residents impacted by Hurricane Ian with the opportunity for one-stop service. https://www.leegov.com/hurricane/storm/available-resources

Frequently Asked Questions about Hurricane Ian Recovery. https://www.leegov.com/hurricane/storm/QA

Common disaster related rumors. Get the facts on how FEMA can help you. https://www.fema.gov/disaster/recover/rumor-control

Solid Waste- Garbage Collection/ Storm Debris Collection

FEMA- Disaster Assistance

Lee County announces Hurricane Ian debris public drop-off sites

Residents and business owners who have the ability and desire to self- haul Hurricane Ian debris while awaiting for roadside pickup can use public drop-off sites. These sites, which will open Monday, will be for both vegetative and structural debris.
Be prepared to show identification and be a resident of unincorporated Lee County. Accepted forms of ID include driver’s license, utility bill, rental or lease agreement, or local business license. You will be asked to complete a waiver confirming the debris came from your property. Find the waiver at www.leegov.com/storm under Operations/ Solid Waste, or get a waiver on site.
For residents –
Only storm debris will be accepted and you must be prepared to unload your trucks yourself. Four locations open Monday with operating hours 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily.
• Mosquito Control, 1840 Gunnery Road, Lehigh Acres
• Brooks Park, 50 South Road, Fort Myers
• San Carlos Utility Site, 18078 Cypress Point Road, Fort Myers
• Shell Factory, 2805 N. Tamiami Trail, North Fort Myers

Financial donations are the best way to assist Lee County families after Hurricane Ian

Financial donations remain the best way to assist families impacted by Hurricane Ian now and for the long-term recovery. Any amount is welcome to the SWFL Emergency Relief Fund organized through the Collaboratory and The United Way.

Go to Collaboratory.org to donate. All proceeds support Southwest Florida nonprofits helping residents now and in the weeks and months ahead.

Anyone wishing to volunteer can register at volunteer.unitedwaylee.org or call 2-1-1 or 239-433-3900.

Cleanup service volunteer agencies or teams may register with Crisis Cleanup, crisiscleanup.org. Residents needing cleanup services may register by calling the Crisis Cleanup Hotline at 800-451-1954.

Check www.leegov.com for Hurricane Ian updates. Follow @Lee County Government on Facebook,

www.facebook.com/leecountyflbocc





Page Last Updated: Nov 09, 2022 (07:28:41)
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South Trail Fire and Rescue District
5531 Halifax Ave.
Fort Myers, FL 33912
  Administration: 239-433-0080 / Prevention-Inspections: 239-482-8030

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