Lee County government has the following bulletins this morning associated with Tropical typhoon Nicole.
Lee County offices and places are open for ordinary business nowadays. The Lee County Emergency Operations Center remains activated for T.S. Nicole’s assessment and storm Ian’s recuperation.
The county’s shelters that had been opened in advance of T.S. Nicole at North citadel Myers undertaking center and Estero recreation middle housed one zero five citizens, 14 cats, and four puppies overnight. Shelters will close at midday these days. LeeTran will assist folks that want rides to return to the LeeTran transfer stations in which they have been picked up prior to T.S. Nicole.
The Lee County branch of Transportation reviews site visitors’ alerts for the duration of the county are operating at pre-T.S. Nicole ranges. The county maintains the system of submit-hurricane Ian maintenance. To research more about that, watch a Lee County video with DOT Deputy Director Rob rate: https://youtu.Be/FKNK9CVj204.
As the remnants of T.S. Nicole leave our region, DOT asks motorists to proceed with warnings on wet roads. DOT crews are actively tracking storm drains and roadways to mitigate any localized flooding in a well-timed style.
Blue Roof program:
Lee County Public safety-Emergency Operations is operating with the United way to collect the names and addresses of those who want help re-tarping due to winds from T.S. Nicole. Citizens in need of help have to call 2-1-1 or 239-439-3900. Public protection-Emergency Operations group of workers will help coordinate upkeep with partnering entities.
Garbage and particles:
Solid Waste rubbish and recycling collections that typically arise on Thursdays are continuing. The Waste-to-strength facility in Buckingham is open.
The county’s debris hauler, CrowderGulf, is operating today, continuing collections. The network assembly that had been scheduled for Gateway residents became postponed and will now be Tuesday, Nov. 15. Go to www.Leegov.Com/storm/hurricane/particles.
Although Lee County government might be closed Friday, Nov. 11, in reputation of Veterans Day, everyday garbage and recycling collections will manifest as well endured storm Ian particles hauling operations.
Libraries and parks:
Lee County libraries are open these days with a few exceptions. The Pine Island Public Library and the Johann Fust Community Library in Boca Grande are closed. Some libraries impacted by way of storm Ian continue to be closed. Check www.Leelibrary.Net.
A few Lee County Parks & activity web sites remain impacted by typhoon Ian and are closed. For a listing of open parks, visit www.Leeparks.Org.