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Galleon Drive Debris Removal

October 31, 2017

A look at the Galleon Drive debris removal blitz that took place October 14th + 15th...

10 Post-Irma FAQs

October 24, 2017

Your post-Irma questions answered.

ALERT: Galleon Drive Residents

October 21, 2017

Periodic Street Closures October 21 and 22

City Manager's Update - Post Hurricane Irma Day 27

October 06, 2017

The purpose of this message is to offer an update to the progress of recovery efforts in Naples following Hurricane Irma.

Inclement Weather this weekend in Naples

September 29, 2017

A tropical storm system forming in the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to bring heavy rainfall to Southwest Florida this weekend. Because of the large amounts of hurricane-related vegetative debris have been piled in the roadside swale system blocking drainage inlets and outfalls, it is expected that all areas of the county will experience flooding, especially on roadways. 

A Note from Port Royal Association President Andy Deane

September 25, 2017

A note from your Association President, Andy Deane.

Storm Debris Collection Information

Information from the City of Naples regarding debris collection.

A Message from Mayor Bill Barnett

September 21, 2017

An update from Mayor Bill Barnett.

City Manager's Update - Post Hurricane Irma

September 19, 2017

The purpose of this message, once again, is to provide information regarding recovery efforts following the visit by Hurricane Irma on September 10, 2017. 

City Manager's Update - Post Hurricane Irma

September 18, 2017

The purpose of this message is to provide information regarding recovery efforts following the visit by Hurricane Irma on September 10, 2017.

There continues to be challenges as your city drives to achieve normal conditions.  Fortunately, good progress continues, except for the most important—restoration of power by FPL.

Hurricane Recovery Information

Please read for Post Irma Recovery Information 

City Manager Update - Day 3 Post Irma

September 12, 2017

The purpose of this message is to offer information regarding conditions and priorities. For the many residents who left the city in advance of the Category 4 Hurricane Irma, we are pleased to inform you that you may return to Naples. We expect that most streets will be sufficiently cleared of fallen trees and branches by the end of the day to allow access to residential and business properties.


September 11, 2017

Galleon Drive Residents: Street is closed at 1020 Galleon Drive. Road is impassable due to downed banyan tree. City officials are working to clear roads as quickly as possible. 

Message from Mayor Barnett - Post Irma

September 11, 2017

Mayor Barnett provides an update on Hurricane Irma and the impacts on the City.

STORM UPDATE as of 11:00 AM

September 07, 2017

Hurricane Watch in Effect for Naples Area. 

STORM UPDATE as of 8:00 PM

September 05, 2017

As of this date, Hurricane Irma is a significant Category 5 storm with winds of 157 m.p.h.  or greater.  Models used by the National Hurricane Center to predict the paths of hurricanes show that Hurricane Irma will pass over or very close to Naples.  Unless there is a change in its path, we should expect a severe weather event this weekend and be prepared. 

CCSO Urges Residents To Leave Ahead Of Hurricane Irma

September 05, 2017

With a very large and intense Hurricane Irma poised to take aim at Florida, the Collier County Sheriff’s Office advises residents to strongly consider leaving town for safety. 

Storm Watch: Hurricane Irma Strenghtens to Category 5 Storm

September 05, 2017

Irma strengthens into Cat 5 storm Tuesday morning as it nears Caribbean Islands

We are closely monitoring the path of Hurricane Irma. Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency for the entire state in anticipation of Hurricane Irma. Please sign up for the City's Code Red  Service to stay fully informed on the storm and receive critical alerts on potential evacuation mandates, shelter information, and more. Once we learn what the impacts to SWFL will be, we will have more information to share.

Please visit for tips for hurricane preparedness and necessary items to have on hand to help you and your families stay safe.



Read for some tips for hurricane preparedness. 

2017 NOAA Extreme Weather Information Sheet

Important Numbers and Information for Southwest Florida Residents.

Evacuation Routes + Shelter Information

A map of evacuation routes and information on local shelters. 

Collier County Emergency Management Guide

The All-Hazards Guide is your ready reference guide to help you, your family, and your business prepare for those dangerous and potentially deadly days caused by Mother Nature, such as flood, fire, hurricanes, and tornadoes. 


Sign up for CodeRED to stay informed on Hurricane Irma. 

Hurricane Boat Safety

Here are some things you can do to protect your boat before a storm hits. 

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