Residents who were impacted by the tornado in Lee County on January 16, 2022 can find important information on this page. Updates will be made as information becomes available.
Have you been affected by the tornado?
Learn how to access resources
Do you need to rebuild after the tornado?
Information is available here.
Lee County issued a State of Local Emergency Resolution to take action ensuring the health, safety and welfare of its residents. The resolution will be updated as needed.
Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 22-17 to declare a State of Emergency related to the tornadoes in Charlotte and Lee Counties.
Available Resources for Those Affected by the Tornado
Affected Areas Map
The map below shows the areas affected by the tornado that touched down in Lee County January 16, 2022. Click on the map to make it larger.
HOW TO HELP
Local agencies are in need of donations and volunteers to assist those affected by the tornado.|
In partnership with the United Way, the Collaboratory has started a tornado relief fund.
Keep Lee County Beautiful is looking for volunteers to help clean the areas surrounding the neighborhoods hit by the tornado
Report a business or offer that sounds like an illegal scheme or fraud to the
State of Florida Chief Financial Officer.
SOCIAL MEDIA & NEWS UPDATES
EMERGENCY ALERT TOOLS
Sign up for Emergency Alerts
AlertLee is Lee County's Emergency Mass Notification System and is used to quickly communicate with the public, providing critical and time-sensitive information during emergencies.
Download the LeePrepares App:
iPhone | Android
LeePrepares is a free app to find your evacuation zone and sign up for evacuation text notifications. Shelter locations, preparedness information and local weather is provided.
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