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Archive for 2017

This is a guest blog post from Larue’s Director of Business Relations, Marin Asher.

Lee County Mosquito Control – We Appreciate You!

Living in Southwest Florida, we’re fortunate to have tax dollars that are dedicated to monitoring and controlling the mosquito populations in what is most definitely prime breeding grounds for them. I have family members who live in another state where no such control exists and they say that it can be quite unbearable outside during the summer.

Last week I spotted a Lee County Mosquito Control truck pulled over near a path that followed a small winding creek. I decided to stop and take a moment to learn more about who was helping ensure my neighborhood is protected… and also get their predictions for how bad the mosquitoes will be this summer. 😉



I started down the path and soon met up with Billy. I couldn’t have asked for a friendlier person out there protecting my family from mosquitoes! Billy has worked for Lee County Mosquito Control for many years and actually comes from a family who used to own a pest control business in Fort Myers, Florida.

He informed me that he was disappointed to find Read the rest of this entry »

Extreme Drought Continues in Southwest Florida

If you live in Cape Coral, Fort Myers or Naples, you’ve probably noticed that it’s been a while since we’ve had a really good rainfall.

WGCU Southwest Florida – Severe Drought Developing in Florida

Florida’s drought has been so bad that the Southwest Florida Water Management District is alerting homeowners of upcoming changes to local watering restrictions.

On April 14th, the City of Cape Coral issued a Notice of Emergency – Stage I Water Shortage and announced that effective April 21st, a one-day watering schedule is mandatory for all residents and businesses in Cape Coral using City irrigation or private wells for watering lawn and landscape.  Read the rest of this entry »

Wondering what days you can turn your sprinklers on in Collier County?

Larue Irrigation Services are here to help!

Here are the Year-Round Irrigation Restrictions for Naples, Marco Island and Everglades City in Collier County, Florida:

Established Landscape Irrigation:

ODD Numbered Addresses
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from midnight to 10 A.M. and/or 4 P.M. to midnight

EVEN Numbered Address / No Address
Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from midnight to 10 A.M. and/or 4 P.M. to midnight

NO IRRIGATION
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. or any time on Fridays

Watering may be conducted at any time if you’re using low volume irrigation, micro-irrigation, rain barrels, cisterns, or other similar rain harvesting devices.

Are there any exceptions to Watering Restrictions in Collier County?

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Have you ever wondered “What days can I water my lawn in Lee County?”

Not to fear, Larue Irrigation Services has your answer!

Here are the Year-Round Irrigation Restrictions for Fort Myers, Bonita Springs, Cape Coral and Sanibel in Lee County, Florida:

ODD Numbered Addresses
Wednesdays and/or Saturdays from midnight to 9 A.M. and/or 5 P.M. to midnight

EVEN Numbered Address / No Address
Thursdays and/or Sundays from midnight to 9 A.M. and/or 5 P.M. to midnight

NO IRRIGATION
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or any time Mondays, Tuesdays or Fridays

Are there exceptions to Watering Restrictions in Lee County?

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