||||RADIO – FM|||||||
|WWDH||93.3||W263BI||100.5|| || |
|WXNX||93.7||WAVV||101.1|| || |
|W251BX||94.1||WWGR||101.9|| || |
|WARO||94.5||W272BM||102.3|| || |
||RADIO – AM|||||||||
|WQAM||560||WFWN||1240|| || |
|WAFC||590||WNOG||1270|| || |
|WAQI||710||WCRM (Spanish)||1350|| || |
|WJBX||770||WMYR||1410|| || |
|WWBA||820||WWCL (Spanish)||1440|| || |
|WINZ||940||WAFZ||1490|| || |
|WKII||1070||WCCF||1580|| || |
|WJUA||1200||WCNZ||1660|| || |
South Florida Water Mgmt Dist.
(800) 432-2045 (Florida only)
East County Water Control Dist.
NOAA Weather Radio
NOAA Weather Radios provide 24-hour continuous broadcasting of current and forecasted weather conditions. The following are the identification or FIPS codes for Lee and our adjoining counties:
Fort Myers Channel 4 (162.475 MHz) Lee – 012071
Collier –012021, Desoto – 012027, Charlotte – 012015, Hendry – 012051
WGCU-90.1FM is the Southwest Florida affiliate of the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network, a system created to communicate information statewide before, during, and after an emergency.
Stations in the network are equipped to stay on the air, even during power outages and will continue to provide information during the recovery of a major weather event or other emergency. Working in partnership with the Florida Division of Emergency Management and the Lee County Emergency Operations Center, listeners can be assured of having access to the most up-to-date information.
Drainage Systems Require Maintenance
Lee County is interlaced with a system of canals, ditches, and waterways that serve to direct the flow of floodwater. It is most important that these elements of the floodwater drainage system be kept clear of debris and trash that could impede the flow of water during a flood situation.
To report drainage problems in incorporated areas call you city Public Works. In unincorporated Lee County, Call Lee County DOT at
(239) 533-9400 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org. After 5:30 pm and on weekends call
Dumping of debris and trash in the drainage system or alteration of the channels is prohibited. Violators should be reported to law enforcement of public works officials.
Call Lee County Community Development at 239-533-8597 for help in identifying and examining different ways to retrofit and existing building and advice on citing and building new structures.
Further information on flood mitigation techniques, such as flood proofing and elevation can also be found at the website for the Federal Emergency Management Agency