If emergency assistance is needed, please call 911. If it is not an emergency, then you use the information below to help determine the jurisdiction of your concern.
If you are in a subdivision, you should first call the entity responsible for the operation and maintenance of your storm water managements system (ponds, swales, catch basins, culverts, etc.) This is typically a homeowners’ association, property owners’ association or community development district (CDD).
If the operating entity (association or CDD) is unresponsive, then you can contact the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) at (239) 338-2929 for more information.
Once you determine whether the road is in unincorporated Lee County or is a county-maintained road, we have the following available options for you:
• You can contact Lee County Request For Action (RFA) by calling (239) 533-9400.
• You can also use the RFA system to report maintenance needs of other county-maintained facilities, such as canals and structures within county property or that serve county-maintained roads.
If the area you are concerned about is within the limits of a city or water control district, please use the following contacts to convey the issue that concerns you:
East Mulloch Drainage District: (239) 267-7472