Update from Lee County
The Lee County Department of Transportation is committed to the ongoing flood-mitigation work in The Villas. As explained in the letter sent via U.S. Mail to Villas property owners in early April, DOT’s work will take some time to complete. Rest assured, we have a crew dedicated solely to this project while the department’s other operations crews continue to address numerous countywide issues as well.
Some of the swale elevations and close-to-surface rock in the Villas have presented unanticipated – but not insurmountable – challenges. We ask that you please allow DOT crews to work while they are in your neighborhood so they can maximize the effectiveness of their time. Also, please remember that not all swales and issues will be addressed before the start of summer.
We appreciate your support as we continue our work to help mitigate flooding in The Villas.Lee County is doing flood-mitigation work in The Villas neighborhood to re-establish existing flow ways on County-owned right-of-ways.
Lee County DOT’s work is
scheduled to begin April 30th, 2018. This project will be
ongoing for many months. During the process, there may be traffic
inconveniences. Lee County will provide the required MOT and will have
personnel on hand to help control traffic. The starting point for this
project will be on Woodland Boulevard at the intersection of Austin Street,
and work will continue to the north, in sections, to Crystal Drive.
Read about the project, what to expect and where to call if you have questions. Letter to Villas residents
A door-hanger will be placed on homes prior to work occurring in a nearby swale. Sample Door Hanger
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