FORT MYERS BEACH, Fla. — The Town of Fort Myers Beach announced that water restoration has begun for a limited number of homes. Approximately 60 streets are able to receive water.
The Town has published a map of the streets that have had water restored, as well as the locations and services of community resource centers.
All homes with potable water are under a mandatory boil water notice until further notice.
FMB is under a mandatory boil water notice. Bring water to a rolling boil for one minute before drinking, cooking, washing dishes or brushing teeth. Bottled water may be used as an alternative. More information here: https://t.co/mbtQZsuMdA pic.twitter.com/URjJl9VlO5— TownofFortMyersBeach (@TownofFMB) October 22, 2022
To have water service restored, Fort Myers Beach residents must
- Secure structural and electrical inspections for their property
- Submit the inspection results to email@example.com
- Upon acceptance of the reports, wait for notice from the Town’s Utility Department that your street is ready for water restoration and that your home is scheduled to receive it
- Be at your home when water is restored so that you can be present if any issues arise