Lee County has added the Estero Community Park as an additional residential drop-off location for residents who do not want to wait for debris-management trucks to arrive.
Rather than using the park’s main entrance, residents need to enter the park’s maintenance compound entrance off the east side of Via Coconut Point. Signs will be posted. The address is 21651 Via Coconut Point.
Hours will be the same as the county’s other two self-drop sites – 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. seven days a week beginning Thursday, Oct. 12.
You must show ID and be a resident of Estero, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers Beach or unincorporated Lee County. You can self-haul the horticultural debris from your residential site at no charge.
Residents can visit drop-off sites as many times as desired. People must unload their own vehicles. Residents who hire someone, including commercial landscaping crews, to clear their property must complete a Hurricane Irma Storm Debris Self-Haul Form, which is available on the website. The self-haul sites are for residential storm debris only.
Other self-drop sites are Lee County Mosquito Control in Buckingham and in South Fort Myers at 14790 A & W Bulb Road.
Additional information can be found at www.leegov.com/solidwaste.