Courtesy of Collier County

  • The public should continually monitor local media and the National Weather Service https://www.weather.gov/mfl/ for updated information.
  • Collier County will post all information and notifications at www.colliercountyfl.gov,  https://www.facebook.com/CollierGov/,  www.twitter.com/CollierGov
  • Collier County encourages all residents to sign up for Alert Collier, the County’s mass notification system.  When you sign up with Alert Collier, you can enter up to five addresses, emails, text numbers, etc… within the County boundaries that you would like to receive emergency alerts.  For example, enter your home, work, relative, school, or other meaningful address.  Then, you will receive a notification if an alert is issued for that location. Register at www.AlertCollier.com or call 3-1-1 within Collier County.
  • Commissioners approved a budget resolution to cover any readiness costs and additional emergency efforts — if needed.
  • Commissioners approved debris removal action — should it be needed.

Hurricane Ian continues to approach Cuba.  The 11 AM advisory showed Collier County right outside the cone for now, this does NOT mean we are in the clear.  Hazardous conditions can occur outside of the cone.  Do not dismiss this storm as not being able to change, shift or impact us.  Stay alert and stay prepared.

For more information from Collier County, visit https://member.everbridge.net/453003085614923/weather/WZZZZeEBZ