During emergencies or larger disasters it is important that residents and visitors stay informed. Lee County Emergency Management has multiple ways for you to get the most updated disaster-related information. Check out the links below and make sure you are prepared when disaster strikes.


CodeRED is a FREE Lee County service by which residents and businesses are notified via telephone, text, and/or email regarding emergencies or critical protective actions required to safeguard life and property. CodeRED FAQ's


LeeAlert is our FREE app available for iPhones and Androids.

  • An interactive map allows users to find their evacuation zone by GPS or address search. The map shows active evacuation areas and open shelters.
  • Shelters button shows information about staying in shelters and provides a shelter list.
  • Preparedness button provides guidelines for getting ready for an event.
  • Sign Up for Alerts from CodeRed or text alerts from Lee County Emergency Management.
  • Get Local Weather. 
  • for iPhone
  • for Android
​Our Facebook pages offers preparedness information and highlight our volunteers in action.
  • LCEMFL - our page for preparedness information
  • LCEM-Volunteers - our page to brag about our hard working volunteers


Lee County Emergency Management operates two different Twitter accounts:

  • @LeeEOC - offers purely emergency information.
  • @LCEMFL - offers preparedness information in addition to emergency updates.

Integrated Public Alert Warning System

Lee County Public Safety is a FEMA Integrated Public Alert Warning System (IPAWS) Alerting Authority. We can utilize the IPAWS to alert and warn Lee County residents and visitors about serious emergencies through various means, including the Emergency Alert System (EAS), Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio. See FEMA’s IPAWS website for more information.

Schedule a Seminar

Lee County Emergency Management provides educational seminars on Emergency Preparedness and Hurricane Preparedness as part of our goal to create a safer and better prepared community.  Seminars are conducted year-round for groups of generally 100 ​or more people. They are free of charge and have no advertising. Electronic submittals are limited to locations in Lee County.

Three ways to schedule a seminar:


  • ​​​United Way 2-1-1:
    ​A volunteer organization dedicated to improving quality of life
  • Media Resources
    Quick links to our All Hazards Guide pages for our media partners