- Lee County DOT has maintenance responsibilities over county-maintained roads only, but can assist you with referral to other agencies.
Search County-maintained roads.
Lee County Department of Transportation maintains all traffic signals, with the exception of those under construction, through agreements with the Florida DOT and cities
If you see a traffic signal malfunctioning or damaged or missing signs, contact DOT Traffic Operation Center at 239-533-5762.
Please call the Request for Action Hotline at 239-533-9400
or fill out the online Request for Action Form.
Please note: We are
with and do not monitor any other RFA applications or websites (SeeClickFix, PublicStuff, FixMyStreet, etc.).
If you see a potential hazard on our roadways, it is important that we address these issues as soon as possible.
What is the nature of your Request for Action?
- Drainage issue with culvert or swale
- Pothole or pavement drop-off
- Street sweeping
- Vegetation obstructing line of sight (sight distance)
- Right of way mowing
- Right of way landscaping
- Traffic signal malfunction
- Traffic sign issue
- Debris or trash along roadway
- Large dead animal in the roadway
- Canal or drainage pond maintenance
- Broken sidewalk or bike path
- Damaged guardrail or handrail
- Unauthorized objects in the right of way
- Illicit discharge into the swales or canals
State Roads, Interstate 75 and U.S. Routes:
For signs, markings and roadway maintenance on state roads (S.R.), Interstate 75 and U.S. routes, contact the Florida DOT at 239-985-7800.
Other than selected major county roads, most street lighting is maintained by Florida Power & Light (FPL) at 800-468-8243 or the Lee County Electric Cooperative (LCEC) at 239-656-2300.
Lee County does not maintain street lighting within subdivisions or along non-county maintained roads.
Call 239-533-5762 if you are unsure who to contact.