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Lee County Emergency Operations Center

The risks we face in Southwest Florida are as much a part of our lives as driving to work, walking on the beach or surviving another winter tourist season. If we are not prepared to protect our lives and property, the cost can be devastating.

Safeguarding the life and property of its people is an innate responsibility of government. In Florida Statutes, Chapter 252, each county is required to establish and maintain an emergency management agency. Lee County established an agency for this purpose in 1975.

Today we are known as Lee County Emergency Management and are managed through the county’s   
Division of Public Safety.


New Lee County Website Design Coming Soon!Lee County Mobile & Desktop images

Lee County is launching a new website on Wednesday, May 13. The website address,, won’t change.  But it will have an updated look, refreshed content, new features and a mobile-friendly design that automatically resizes to fit any device. Please read our FAQ about the transition to the new website.


 Lee County Dept Public Safety website  Lee Control / Dispatch website  E 9-1-1 website  Lee County EMS website

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 Helpful Links

  LeeEOC twitter link


Lee County Emergency Management Facebook link


 Lee County Emergency  Management Twitter link


Lee County Emergency Management YouTube link


Town Hall link to Lee County main page


United Way of Lee, Hendry & Glades link to website



South Florida Water Management District link to website 






 LeeEvac Android App link to download
LeeEvac Android App

LeeEvac iPhone App link to download
iPhone App

SMS text message alert sign up link


Florida State Emergency Response Team link to website


National Weather Service link to website


Department of Homeland Security Alerts link to website


FEMA link to website


CodeRED link to website

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