Collier County has experienced less than average rainfalls over the last two years, which have lead to severe drought-related conditions across the county. The lack of rain coupled with low humidity has significantly increased the likelihood of massive wildfires across Southwest Florida.
Collier County government, along with numerous local agencies, are working diligently to educate the public about wildfire prevention and provide emergency contact information.
Please contact Collier County's Emergency Management Department at (239) 252-3600 or e-mail us for more information on what you can do to reduce the potential of wildfires in your area.
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