Collier County has a network of canals and water level control structures that are operated and maintained by the County in partnership with Florida’s Big Cypress Basin Board. Additionally, the network of roadside drainage facilities within County transportation easements are operated and maintained as part of the stormwater collection system.
The County’s stormwater management mission is to meet the growth management goals of flood prevention, groundwater recharge, wetland preservation, and water quality protection.
Collier County Stormwater Utility Study
Collier County Basin Discharge Rates
Surface Water Canal System Facilities Map
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- Lely Area Stormwater Improvement Project (LASIP) and other capital projects
- Collier County's NPDES Phase II MS4 Program: Protecting the County stormwater management system from non-point source pollution.
- Stormwater Pollution Prevention: Each of us has an impact on water quality- community leader, resident, planner, developer, tradesman, businessman, educator, student – enter here for info on how to become part of the solution to stormwater pollution.
- N P D E S Construction and Industrial Permits: Get the facts- what are they, who needs them, how to get one.
- Report Dumping
- Report Flooding
Updated February 21, 2017
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