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Lee County, along with state and federal partners, are opening Food & Water Points of Distribution (PODs) from 8am – 5pm daily for residents impacted by Hurricane Ian who need food and water. We are opening with eight PODs at these locations: Old Bonita Library, Kelly Road Soccer Complex, Cape Coral Sports Complex, Cape Coral Leonard Street, Estero High School Ballfield Park, North Fort Myers Recreation Center, Fleamasters Fleamarket, Veterans Park Recreation Center. More locations will be announced as supplies become available. ... See MoreSee Less

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Any help on transportation to any of these locations

All responding agencies have stopped responses due to current weather conditions and for the safety of our first responders. You can still call 911. Calls will be prioritized so that once conditions are safe enough, responses will resume. Response decisions will be made as Hurricane Ian continues to move through the area. ... See MoreSee Less

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What are the conditions there? How much water and damage where you are? Our place is close by, wondering the conditions. Thanks

Several residents stayed in the Clubhouse at Garden Cove 12081 Iona Rd, Fort Myers, FL 33908. Have not heard from them. Wanda Solomon and Roger Owlseley.

Thank you all and stay safe

Is the fire station 71 flooded or that street?

People are stuck at 13660 Catbird Dr and their clubhouse off Davis Street. -Aurora Buono -Ewa Neoclous Please help them

Have an employee and her family trapped in their attic at 16251 Kelly Woods Dr. Fort Myers, FL 33908, due to flooding. Two adults and a cat. Please call 561-558-3033 for more information. Please help!

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Don't let concern for your pets keep you from evacuating. Lee County's emergency shelters are all pet-friendly. But time to get there safely is running out. If you are considering a public shelter, go before 9pm. The list of names and locations is at LeeGov.com/Storm. Here's a bit more info on what to bring: www.leegov.com/publicsafety/emergencymanagement/shelters/petshelter ... See MoreSee Less

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People are stuck at 13660 Catbird Dr and their clubhouse off Davis Street. -Aurora Buono -Ewa Neoclous Please help them

There is a mandatory evacuation for Zone A, Zone B and part of Zone C. The time to evacuate is now. As a reminder, you can take advantage of the 14 open shelters in Lee County. Visit fal.cn/3sfrc for a full list of open shelters and mandatory evacuation information. ... See MoreSee Less

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People are stuck at 13660 Catbird Dr and their clubhouse off Davis Street. -Aurora Buono -Ewa Neoclous Please help them

Lee County Shelter Locations:Lee County will open four additional shelters as of 12 p.m. today, Tuesday Sept. 27. A full list of available shelters can be found in the attached image. Only the listed shelters are opening at this time. All shelters are pet-friendly, but you will need a crate or carrier, collar and leash as well as up-to-date vaccination records for your pet . Please remember you must bring your own personal hygiene items, sleeping bags/cots, blankets, towels. medication and comfort items to the shelter. Your pet will need a Go Kit, too. It should … See more ... See MoreSee Less

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All of Zone B in Lee County is now under a mandatory evacuation now, including Zone A. ... See MoreSee Less

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