Lee County Update

  • The future of Lee County is counting on you. Take the 2020 Census today to help secure funding for vital services such as healthcare, transportation, and education. Stand up and be counted!
  • The Lee Health mobile testing site at Cape Coral Sports Complex will be closing at the end of business on Tuesday, May 26, due to a decrease in demand. Other testing sites remain open in Lee County. For information on testing site locations and requirements, please visit https://fal.cn/38gev.
  • On Tuesday, May 26, applications for the LeeCares PPE for Small Businesses Program will open to Lee County business owners who operate in industry sectors with high-intensity personal contact. Learn more about this program and check eligibility requirements at https://fal.cn/38g9w#LeeCares
  • Lee County, FL Library branches will resume scheduled Contactless Curbside Holds Pickup hours Tuesday, and the following libraries will open to the public at 25% capacity on Tuesday, May 26. Library online resources are available 24/7 at https://fal.cn/38fYB.


Lee County Schools

  • Attention Class of 2020!
    Virtual graduation is coming in June and a traditional, in-person, ceremony in July as long as CDC guidelines permit.
    The just approved details are available at https://www.leeschools.net/cms/One.aspx…
  • The Lee County School Board approved the schedule today for virtual graduation ceremonies to honor the Class of 2020. Lee Virtual School will hold its online commencement on May 23rd while the District’s 13 traditional high schools will be broadcast on June 20th and 21st. YouTube links for each graduation will be published on www.leeschools.net before the ceremonies.