Collier County
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Sheriff's Office: See It? Say It! Make the Call.
Collier County Water Use Restrictions and Conservation
Storm Preparedness
Collier Mosquito Control District
ALERT Collier
Emergency Management
Bureau of Emergency Services
Emergency Preparedness Emergency Guide
All Hazards Guide
Sheriff's Office: See It? Say It! Make the Call.
The Sheriff's office wants citizens to be a partner in safety throughout the County. They feel it's always important to let law enforcement know about unusual or suspicious activity. So, please make the call if you see anything that doesn't seem right. The Sheriff's office wants to check it out. 
If it's not a 911 emergency, the non-emergency phone number is 239-252-9300.
Within our community... If you see or hear something that seems out of place or is disruptive to you, your neighbors and/or your community, please do not hesitate to contact an attendant at our gatehouse (239-597-1514). We are all part of the process of keeping our community a comfortable, enjoyable and safe place to be.
Collier County Water Use Restrictions and Conservation
On April 28, 2015, the Collier County Board of County Commissioners adopted Ordinance 2015-27 that provides the standards for landscape irrigation in the county. Landscape irrigation rules apply to all sources of water and are as follows. 
  • No irrigating on Fridays
  • No irrigating between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
  • ODD Numbered Addresses – Irrigation is limited to three days a week, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday; irrigation is prohibited between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
  • EVEN Numbered Addresses – Irrigation is limited to three days a week Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday; irrigation is prohibited between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
  • All automatic irrigation systems must be equipped with a properly installed rain sensor switch. 
  • Low volume hand watering is permitted between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. based upon the odd/even system.
Not all landscapers check that your irrigation system timer is set to run on the right days and at the right times. You may need to do this yourself.
Trash and Recycling Management
Storm Preparedness 
Collier County Emergency Management and the Department of Health in Collier share ways for residents to prepare for any impending storms. Learn more: Collier County Website for Storm Preparedness
Help the sheriff's office protect you by using Smart 911. "Create your safety profile for your household that includes the vital personal and medical information you would want emergency responders to know in the event of an emergency. If you dial 911, your profile is immediately available to call takers and emergency responders to assist you faster and more effectively. It’s PRIVATE and SECURE and it could save your life, or the life of someone you love." Use the following link to get to the Smart911 website and click on the Smart 911 logo to create your safety profile today! Create your safety profile.  ​​​​​​​
Collier Mosquito Control District
At the CMCD's website you can report nuisance mosquitos and receive advance notice of treatments in our area. Reports to the district from residents help to determine where spaying to control mosquitos is needed the most. Learn more, send a report.
ALERT Collier​​​​​​​
​​​​​​​​​​​Collier County encourages all residents to sign up for Alert Collier, the County's new mass notification system.  When you sign up with Alert Collier you can enter up to five addresses within the County boundaries that you would like to receive emergency alerts about. Enter your home, work, relative, school or any other address that's important to you. Should an alert be issued for that location, you will receive a notification.
You can sign up with your cell phone to receive calls and/or text messages, your email address(es), home phone, business phone and hearing impaired device. Collier County encourages you to also download the Everbridge Public Safety app (free in the iOS, Android and Windows app stores), this app will allow you to see all public notifications issued across the State and Country by other Everbridge users. Live in Lee county but work in another County? No problem you can receive their emergency alerts just by having the app installed.
Create a contact on your phone for Alert Collier, the caller ID our alerts will come from is 239-252-8000 and the short code our texts will come from is 89361 and 87844. Save Alert Collier as a contact today! If you would like to enroll, go to For assistance in enrolling, please call 3-1-1 or 239-252-8999.
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