A stormwater fee is the assessment that property owners pay for the improvement of City-wide stormwater collection and operation. A stormwater user fee provides revenue to maintain and improve existing stormwater infrastructure in the City as well as to implement the comprehensive stormwater quality management plan required by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
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Call Engineering at 239-321-7445.
The City of Fort Myers and its authorized agents; per City Code of Ordinances Sec. 90-39.
Please call 239-321-8100.
Summer Camp (9 weeks)
Winter Camp (2 weeks)
Spring Camp (1 week)
We provide 96 gallon trash cart with 1x a week service, a 65 gallon recycling cart with 1x a week service, 1x a week bulk item pick up not to exceed 4 cubic yards of large household items i.e. furniture, mattresses etc. 1x a week horticulture pick up (yard trimmings), not to exceed 10 cubic yards and 1x a week white good removal i.e. stove, refrigerator, washer/dryer etc. NOTE: Junk and brush must be separated. Additionally, upon request, we can provide a 96 gallon horticulture can for yard trimmings and clippings at a cost of $2.75 per month.
Please see the collection schedule and map.
The City of Fort Myers has 4 payment options for your convenience.
No, we are not permitted to receive that type of waste.
A boil water notice is issued by water utilities as a precaution to protect consumers from water that may not be suitable for drinking or ingesting. Boil water notices are typically issued when an unexpected condition has occurred such as: water line breaks, treatment disruptions, power outages and floods. The reason for your boil water notice will be included in the notification.