You may call 239-533-9321.  Please provide your name, address, phone number, email address and the road name you are requesting to have paved or you  may email your name, address, phone number and the road name you are requesting to have paved to Paving@LeeGov.com  (See envelope link below).  Your request will be added to the Paving Wait List and an inspector will be scheduled to evaluate the condition of the road and rate it.

We receive more than 1,000 requests a year.  Due to budget constraints, we are only able to pave a portion of those road requests.

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Q: Do my property taxes pay for my road to be paved?

A:  No. The paving or resurfacing funds do not generally come from property taxes. They come from gas tax
     revenues from the Lee County area.

Q: We live in Lehigh Acres and were told after two or three houses are built on
     our road, the county will automatically pave it?

A:  No.  Please refer to the first question above.

Q: What is the method Lee County DOT uses to select the roads that are paved?

A:  Lee County DOT uses a combination of a request driven process and a pavement management system.
     Our pavement management system, which is updated yearly, is provided by a third party roadway 
     consulting firm.

Q: We are on the waiting list, how long will it take to get our road paved?

 A. This will vary.  The best way for any updates is to email Paving@LeeGov.com

Q: Once I am told that my road will be paved, how long will it take?

A:  This will vary.  The best way to receive any updates is to email Paving@LeeGov.com.

Q: I was told the contract has been bid, how long will it take to get my road paved?

A:  This will vary.  The best way to receive any updates is to email Paving@LeeGov.com.

Q: My road was just paved, but the paving crew left a drop-off or a mess in my
     yard. 

A:  Per the paving contract, the contractor will restore the area.  This may take a few days.  If you have
     concerns with the restoration, please email Paving@LeeGov.com.