Lee County Update

  • Lee Mayfield, Director, Lee County Public Safety – Emergency Management, spoke Thursday at the Move to Include Hurricane Preparedness for Persons with Disabilities Virtual Workshop organized by

    WGCU Public Media Director Mayfield’s top tips: Make your plans now before your community is in a forecast cone. If you can safely shelter outside of an evacuation zone at home or with friends or friends, do so. Public shelters should be considered a last resort.


Lee County Schools

  • Based on the recommendation of local health professionals, masks or face coverings will now be required for students and staff while at school. All masks or coverings shall adhere to the Student Code of Conduct, which states: “Apparel, emblems, insignias, badges or symbols that promote the use of alcohol, drugs, tobacco or any other illegal activity are prohibited.” Thank you to the pediatricians at Physicians Primary Care and Island Coast Pediatrics for their statement of support.


Lee County Libraries

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