The Estero debris drop-off site at the Estero Community Park on 21651 Via Coconut Point will close at 5 p.m., Friday, December 8, 2017.
Lee County plans to close public drop off sites this month in preparation for the completion of Hurricane Irma debris collection.
Residents may continue to self-haul horticulture debris to North Fort Myers, 17771 N. Tamiami Trail, and Lee County Mosquito Control District, 1840 Gunnery Road. These sites will remain open until the collection efforts have been completed prior to New Year’s Day.
In addition, residents can continue to self-haul Construction & Demolition debris at no charge to the Waste-to-Energy Facility, 10500 Buckingham Road, until the collection efforts have been completed.
More information regarding Hurricane Irma and the location and hours of all public drop-off sites can be found at www.leegov.com/Irma.
Residents who missed the first and second (final) pass can place their debris in compliance with normal trash collection procedures. Visit www.leegov.com/solidwaste for tips for putting out both yard waste and household debris. Or call 239-533-8000.
The county’s website – www.leegov.com/Irma — is an enhanced website created to help residents garner up-to-date post-Irma information on topics including storm debris, flooding, parks, libraries, public transportation, FEMA and permits for recovery repairs.