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You may also contact the following person: Michelle van DeventerFFWCC, Bald Eagle Plan CoordinatorOffice: 941.894.6675Cell: 352.260.8699
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.
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 us. 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.
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
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
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