Hurricane & Emergency Preparedness

Hurricane Re-Entry Pass Application

The Town of Fort Myers Beach is requesting that all Fort Myers Beach residents and business owners whom are not registered for hurricane re-entry passes submit an application. If you have a PURPLE (Resident) or YELLOW (Business) pass, these will be utilized for the 2019 Hurricane Season. Residents will be allowed to receive up to 2 re-entry passes, business owners 3 passes and Property Managers 1 pass per 5 properties with a maximum of 5. The Town will be accepting applications at Town Hall Monday-Friday from 8:30a.m. - 4:30p.m. Re-entry applications can be obtained online at under Community > For Islanders > Emergency Operations or at Town Hall, 2525 Estero Boulevard, Fort Myers Beach, FL. 33931, or by clicking HERE.  The Town will no longer be providing re-entry passes via mail.

Applicant must complete application and supply supporting documents to receive a re-entry pass. To expedite the process photo I.D. and proof of residency is required. The owner, tenant and business should have two of the following: Driver’s License, Vehicle Registration, Voter Registration, Utility Bill, Business Tax Bill, Company Letter, Occupational License or Lease.


Emergency Notification System

The Town of Fort Myers Beach uses the CODE RED notification system to warn residents, business owners, and property owners of emergencies, like hurricane evacuations or boil water notices. Emergency notifications will be sent three different ways: via a recorded message to a phone line, a text message to a cell phone, and/or a message to an email address. Residents, business owners, and property owners are encouraged to sign up with a home phone number, a cell phone number, and/or an email address.

To sign up for the Emergency Notification System, please click the following link and fill out the registration form.
Click below to download the CODE RED Mobile Alert App:

If you wish to be taken off of the CODE RED list please click here

Additional Resource

Construction Site Plan for Severe Weather