UPDATE - Lee County Utilities boil water notice lifted
Fort Myers, FL Feb. 18, 2017 – Lee County Utilities announces that the precautionary boil water notice has been lifted for the following area:
West of the intersection of McGregor Boulevard and Sanibel Sunset Court to Punta Rassa, including all of:
- Punta Rassa Road
- Harbour Pointe Drive
- Port Comfort Road
- Jonathan Harbour Drive
- Palm Drive
- Marina Cove Lane
- Tidewater Lane
- Sanibel Sunset Court
LCU Warns of Possible Scam
Fort Myers, FL, Feb. 15, 2017 – Lee County Utilities (LCU) has received reports of a person imitating an LCU employee who claims to be there to shut off their water for nonpayment. The person tells the customer if they pay, they will avoid having their water shut off at that time.
This is not authorized by LCU. Anyone who encounters this situation is encouraged to call the Lee County Sheriff's Office Fraud Alert Hotline at 239-258-3292.
LCU customers are notified in advance by mail for past due payments prior to field staff coming to the property to turn off water service. If you are approached by someone demanding payment and have not received prior notification, ask for their Lee County identification or call our Customer Service Center at 239-533-8845. LCU field staff will never ask for payments in the field.
To help identify LCU Meter Readers, they will be driving a white LCU vehicle and wearing the approved uniform.
Policy Change- Same Day Service
Lee County Utilities offers same-day service to turn on water if your documents to establish an account are received by 12:00 p.m. (The time due for same-day service was changed effective Feb. 1, 2017.)
Remittance Address for Payments
Lee County Utilities remittance address for mailed payments changed when we upgraded our billing system. Please be advised as of 10/31/16, payments will no longer be accepted at our prior remittance address in Tampa, FL.
Please use the current remittance address of:
LEE COUNTY UTILITIES
PO BOX 60045
PRESCOTT, AZ 86304-6045