Published: Sep 26, 2013 10:07 AM EDT
Updated: Sep 26, 2013 3:38 PM EDT

LEE COUNTY, Fla.- A State of Local Emergency has been declared for Lee County, due to localized flooding conditions.

County commissioners believe there are risks to public health and safety.

Click here to read the resolution.

During a press conference this morning, safety director Rob Farmer said the following roads will be receiving temporary repairs to allow emergency vehicles to get through:

-Jamie Road, North Ft. Myers· Skipper Road, North Ft. Myers

-Ruden Road, North Ft. Myers

-Baughman Lane, North Ft. Myers

-Henderson Grade Road, North Ft. Myers

-Dosonte Lane, North Ft. Myers

-Leetana Road, North Ft. Myers

Residents who are concerned about a road being impassable should contact their Fire District or Lee County Emergency Management:

-Alva Fire and Rescue (239) 728-2223

-Bayshore Fire Protection & Rescue Service District (239) 543-3443

-Boca Grande Fire Control District (941) 964-2908

-Bonita Springs Fire Control & Rescue District (239) 335-3911

-Cape Coral Fire Rescue & EMS (239) 574-0501

-Captiva Island Fire Control District (239) 472-9494

-City of Fort Myers Fire Department (239) 321-7311

-Estero Fire Rescue (239) 390-8000

-Fort Myers Beach Fire Control District (239) 590-4200

-Fort Myers Shores Fire & Rescue Control District (239) 694-2833

-Iona McGregor Fire District (239) 433-0660

-Lehigh Acres Fire Control & Rescue District (239) 303-5300

-Matlacha-Pine Island Fire Control District (239) 283-0030

-North Fort Myers Fire Control & Rescue District (239) 997-8654

-San Carlos Park Fire Protection & Rescue Service (239) 267-7525

-Sanibel Fire and Rescue District (239) 472-5525

-South Trail Fire Protection and Rescue Service District (239) 433-0080

-Tice Fire & Rescue District (239) 694-2380

-Upper Captiva Fire & Rescue Service District (239) 472-8899

-Useppa Island Fire Rescue (239) 314-6999

-Lee County Emergency Management (239) 533-3622 

The Lee Civic Center will be used as an emergency barn for animals displaced by the flooding. Click here to read the emergency barn usage policy and for the application to utilize this resource.