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You may also contact the following person: Michelle van DeventerFFWCC, Bald Eagle Plan CoordinatorOffice: 941.894.6675Cell: 352.260.8699
Please note that the City does not have copies of birth or death certificates, divorce decrees or accident reports - please contact Collier County main number 239-252-8999 for this information.
If you wish to speak at a City Council meeting, please fill out and return a speaker registration, available in the Council Chamber, and return it to the City Clerk; or if you prefer, complete an electronic Request to Speak Form. Speakers are limit to three minutes each.
Unless otherwise specified, all members of boards and committees must meet city residency requirements and are subject to state and local ethics laws; some are also subject to State of Florida financial disclosure requirements. Applications should be submitted as soon as possible. Application forms are available from the City Clerk's Office website, or will be emailed or faxed upon request. For further information, please contact the City Clerk's Office at (239)213-1015.
Code Enforcement Board - 4th Thursday - 2:00 p.m. (City Council Chamber)
Collier County Contractors Licensing Board - 3rd Wednesday - 9:00 a.m. (County Commission Chamber)
Collier County Coastal Advisory Committee - 2nd Thursday – 1:30 p.m. (County Commission Chamber)
Community Redv. Agency Advisory Board - 4th Monday - 9:00 a.m. (City Council Chamber)
Community Services Advisory Board - 2nd Tuesday - 8:30 a.m. (City Council Chamber)
Design Review Board - 4th Wednesday - 9:00 a.m. (City Council Chamber)
East Naples Bay Citizens Adv. Committee - 2nd Monday - 9:00 a.m. (City Council Chamber)
MPO Citizens Advisory Committee - Last Monday - 3 p.m.
Moorings Bay Citizens Advisory Committee - 3rd Tuesday - 9:00 a.m. (City Council Chamber)
Pension Boards - Quarterly - 1st Friday - 8:30a.m./Feb, May, Aug, Dec (City Council Chamber)
Planning Advisory Board - 2nd Wednesday - 8:30 a.m. (City Council Chamber)
Public Art Advisory Committee - 4th Tuesday - 3:00 p.m. (City Council Chamber)
In nonresidential areas:Monday through Saturday, 6:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
No work may be conducted on New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Sunday hours of operation exception:
Lawn maintenance activities in residential and nonresidential areas may occur on Sunday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Tree trimming or tree removal shall not occur on Sunday in residential or nonresidential areas unless a special permit is obtained in accordance with this subsection.
Customers will need information from their most recent bill to complete the transaction. If a current bill is unavailable, customers may call Customer Service at 239-213-1800 for that information. Citizen Self Service
Pay Your Bills OnlineVisit the Utility Billing website to register your account for online bill pay. Once registered, you will find online payment options and other account information, including payment history, prior utility bills and consumption history. You can also register to receive your bill notification by email.
You can register your checking account once to begin making your payment automatically. Once you set up your account at the Utility Billing website, your bi-monthly bill will automatically be paid on the due date, which is about 20 days after you receive your bill. To sign up, follow the instructions in the Your Account Access section. Be sure to pay your current bill in your normal fashion, because this takes one billing cycle to update to your bank and your account.
Credit Card (One-time Payment of Bi-monthly Utility Bill)This option allows you to make a payment with your MasterCard or Visa. The system does not store your credit card information; you will need to re-enter the information each time you want to make a payment. The payment is credited on the day you make your transaction. To pay with your credit card, visit the Utility Billing website.
Payment by MailCustomers can mail their utility bill payment to:City of NaplesP.O. Box 12124Naples, FL 34101-2124
NOTE: If the closing date changes, it is important to advise FRSData LLC. We will be reading the meter on that date in preparation to transfer the account when the paperwork and payment are received.
On the closing date, have the estoppel amount collected (from the seller) and have the application for service (by the buyer).
On the day of closing or promptly thereafter, send the estoppel payment, with the application for service and the closing statement together to the City of Naples, 735 Eighth Street South, Naples, Florida 34102.
All requests should be submitted to FRSData LLC using their online portal. To establish an account with FRSData LLC visit https://order.frsdata.com/index/register and register.
In the City of Naples, unpaid utility bills are considered a lien on the property. Other city-related liens include Special Assessments (sanitary sewer, canal dredging, etc.), Code Enforcement fines, and false alarm fines. To ensure a clear title upon transfer of ownership of a property, a lien must be paid prior to the transfer. FRS Data will only report on liens issued by the City of Naples. A full search should still be made by the title company or real estate attorney.
There will be a fee of $12.50 for each request.
FRS Data LLC Instructions
If a fire is being investigated, the final report could be delayed as long as it takes to complete the investigation.
For major incidents, please contact the City Clerks office at (239) 213-1015.
The City has partnered with Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve to provide educational training to local landscape businesses in order to meet certification requirements. History of Project Greenscape
Collier County Government, visit www.colliergov.net, Your Government, and select the department arranged in alphabetical order or call 239-252-8999.
Naples Police and Fire DepartmentRecords Division355 Riverside CircleNaples, FL 34102(239) 213-4890 Phone(239) 213-4899 Fax
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday (Excluding Holidays) Fee schedule for records request
Fingerprint Cards Are Available If NeededNo Appointments RequiredYour ORI Is Required For Electronic Submission
*Fertilizers containing nitrogen or phosphorous cannot be applied during the rainy season. (Rainy season is June 1 - September 30); *The nitrogen content in your fertilizer must have at least 50-percent slow release nitrogen. Look for these ''slow-release'' terms on the product label or fertilizer bag: time-released, slow-released or controlled- released, water-insoluble nitrogen, sulfur-coated urea (SCU), ureaform (UF), nitroform, resin-coated urea. Or please ask your lawn/fertilizer professional for assistance; *Fertilizer shall: Not contain more than 2-percent phosphorous; there are three numbers on a fertilizer package which gives the percentage of the primary nutrients, Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P) and Potash (K). Look for fertilizers with the middle number of 2 or less (e.g. 10-0-10, 15-2-15); Not be applied at a rate greater than 1 pound of nitrogen per 1000 square feet; Not be applied more than 4 times during any one calendar year; Not be applied, spilled, or otherwise deposited on any impervious surfaces or within 10 feet of any waterbody; deflector shields are required when adjacent to these areas.
The following are exempt from the requirements: • Newly established turf or landscape plants for the first 60 days after installation • Areas with phosphorous below 10 parts per million • Vegetable gardens; yard waste compost, mulch
Lawn and Landscape Maintenance - Mandatory Certification Requirements Commercial or institutional fertilizer applicators must obtain a city certification in order to apply fertilizer within the City limits. To become certified, a company must have at least one supervisor plus 10% of field staff complete the Green Industries Best Management Practices (GI-BMP) course and have at least one GI-BMP certified employee at each work site.
The lights have been there quite some time, but they were white. Recently, FDOT changed the color to blue to be more visible.
If the bees are on private property, you would need to contact a company, such as All Florida Bee Removal to come out and handle it for you. There is a fee for the service. All Florida Bee Removal