Keith Howard, Director
Problem Reporting 239-533-8000
If your property has been affected by recent storms, please place all storm-related yard debris curbside and separate from your household trash, recycling, bulky items or construction debris.
Specifically, yard waste should be -
- Containerized in garbage cans, heavy mil plastic bags or tied and bundled in bundles less than 50 pounds
- Long branches and limbs must be cut to six feet or shorter in length
- Palm fronds may be stacked into bundles less than 50 pounds
See these additional guidelines for setting out the debris in a manner that allows for the most timely and efficient removal of material from your property.
Collection changes for East Lee County
Automated collection in East Lee County has begun.
Please set out all household waste, recycling and yard waste for collection on your current garbage collection day.
Please visit our Collection Changes webpage for more information.
Lee County Solid Waste, a division of the Department of Public Utilities, provides a variety of convenient waste and recycling services to more than 320,000 households in unincorporated Lee County and six municipalities. The Division also owns and operates technologically advanced waste-to-energy and material recycling facilities, supported by a landfill and two transfer stations. In all, the disposal system handles more than 900,000 tons of waste each year.
We invite you to explore our division online, where you may: