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.
AlertLee is Lee County’s mass notification system, provided by Everbridge. The system is capable of delivering rapid emergency notifications via one or a combination of the following methods: phone, text, email and social media. Lee County Emergency Management (LCEM) administers and maintains the AlertLee mass notification system for the purpose of alerting citizens to natural and man-made emergencies.
The AlertLee system will be used when an emergency arises that you should know about. Severe weather situations, missing persons, evacuation notices, boil water notices, fire or floods and active shooter situations are few examples of the type of events that may necessitate an AlertLee notification. Signup at
www.AlertLee.com or for more information visit
AlertLee frequently asked questions.
LeePrepares is our FREE app available for iPhones and Androids. This tool assists individuals and families with preparing for and recovering from all types of disasters that may affect the community.
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 AlertLee or text alerts from Lee County Emergency Management.
- Get Local Weather.
Our Facebook pages offers preparedness information and highlight our volunteers in action.
Our Twitter account is a great place to find timely updates on preparedness and emergency information.
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: