Lee County Emergency Management handles emergency messaging for the City Bonita Springs, we encourage all residents to visit www.leeeoc.com for more information about how to stay informed during emergencies.

During emergencies or larger disasters it is important that residents and visitors stay informed. Lee County Emergency Management has multiple ways for you to get the most updated disaster-related information. Check out the links below and make sure you subscribe today and are prepared when disaster strikes.

  • Visit: http://www.leegov.com/publicsafety/emergencymanagement/alerts to sign up for emergency messaging notification today! Lee County Emergency Messaging notifications systems include  Everbridge- a mass notification system,. A FREE Lee County service by which residents and businesses are notified via telephone, text, and/or email regarding emergencies or critical protective actions required to safeguard life and property. Also, LeeAlert is FREE app available for iPhones and Androids.
  • Integrated Public Alert Warning System

    Lee County Public Safety is a FEMA Integrated Public Alert Warning System (IPAWS) Alerting Authority. We can utilize the IPAWS to alert and warn Lee County residents and visitors about serious emergencies through various means, including the Emergency Alert System (EAS), Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio. See FEMA’s IPAWS website for more information. Visit: www.fema.gov/integrated-public-alert-warning-system

  • Schedule a Seminar
    Lee County Emergency Management provides educational seminars on Emergency Preparedness and Hurricane Preparedness as part of our goal to create a safer and better prepared community.  Seminars are conducted year-round for groups of generally 100 or more people. They are free of charge and have no advertising. Electronic submittals are limited to locations in Lee County.

Three ways to schedule a seminar:

  1. Online: Complete the Schedule a Seminar Form and click the "Submit" button.
  2. Fax: Open the Schedule a Seminar Form, click the "Print" button, then return by fax to 239-477-3636.
  3. Telephone: Call 239-533-0622

The LeeAlert App is a separate information tool from the alert notification systems.  There is a link on the app that will route you to the Everbridge link on the county website to create an account.  

How does the city share information? 

The City will share the Lee County Emergency Management messaging and coordinate with Lee County Sheriff’s Office and Bonita Spring Fire Control and Rescue District to share information. Residents should register with Lee County regarding emergency messaging, but can also register to receive the city messaging. Bonita Springs uses a variety of tools to communicate emergency messaging, examples include: social media, (facebook, twitter and nextdoor), to push out messaging. The city uses the e-blast system, the city website and Bonita Television Channel 98, media interviews, fliers, city information signs and press releases to communicate during a storm. Visit the city of Bonita Springs website at: http://bonitasprings.hosted.civiclive.com/cms/one.aspx?portalid=11726542&pageid=13806215 to sign up for city documents and/or for the city e-blast system. The City e-blast system will be used to convey emergency messaging prepared by Lee County Emergency Management and area specific information. The system currently has approximately 37,000 subscribers.

 Next Door Information

Did you know that 9,957 residents are signed up to receive information on Next Door? We encourage you to sign up today to receive more information. You can sign up by your neighborhood. In total, 67 neighborhoods in Bonita Springs are participating! Here are just a few of our neighborhoods that have signed up: Village Walk has 2,193 residents signed up, Palmira has 610 residents signed up, Bonita Bay has 329, Worthington has 313, Bonita Lakes has 291, Fairway Dunes has 97, Shangri-La Rd. area has 46. Join them today! https://nextdoor.com/city/feed/?

Please click the links to the left to learn more about emergency services, Flood Protection and Hurricane Preparedness.