The Public Works Administration provides management for all of the following:
- Emergency Management
- Water Utility (Beach Water)
- Street & Right-of-Ways
- Stormwater Management
Trash CollectionAll Trash Collection Services are provided by Advanced Disposal. For any questions, pick-up or Holiday information, contact Advanced Disposal at (239) 334-1224 or visit their website at http://www.advanceddisposal.com/fl/fort-myers-beach/fort-myers-collection.
To dispose of Household Chemical Waste Properly contact Topaz Court Solid Waste Annex at (239) 533-8000 or visit their website at http://www.leegov.com/solidwaste/facilities/topaz.
Estero Boulevard Improvement Project
Since 2007, the Lee County Department of Transportation and the Town of Fort Myers Beach have been working together to develop plans to reconstruct Estero Boulevard from Crescent Street to Big Carlos Pass. Two major goals of this project include improving safety for ALL users (motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians), and improving drainage on Estero Boulevard. Construction of the first segment of Estero Boulevard from Crescent Street to Lovers Lane is completed as of December 2015.
Please click on link below for current updates of the Estero Boulevard Improvement Project.
2014 Waterline Replacement Project
The reFRESH waterlines program is a replacement of existing water mains with a new, more efficient water main system. Phase 1 of the program includes streets in the Basin Based Neighborhood, Bay Beach Lane, and Laguna Shores. The project also improves the stormwater system on some Basin Based Neighborhood streets. The reFRESH waterlines team is coordinating with Lee County Utilities to replace sanitary sewer in some areas of the project. Future phases of the reFRESH waterlines program will replace existing water main in other beach neighborhoods.
Please click on the link below for current updates on the 2014 Watermain Project.