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Port News June 2015 just published and inserted in your June water bill. The Port News is now distributed/mailed with the water bills or you can pick up at the office, or download the latest issues on our web site from the Community page, scroll to the bottom of the page for links. (Posted June 17, 2015)

Firecrackers & Clays Shooting Event at the Gun Club July 4, 2015. Download flyer here. And don't forget the fireworks event starting at 4pm, fireworks at dusk!

NEW! US 41 (Tamiami Trail East) from SR 951 to Greenway Road Update June 26, 2015
US 41 (Tamiami Trail East) from SR 951 to Greenway Road: Construction project: Crews continue work to expand two-lane US 41 to six lanes from SR 951 to Joseph Lane and to four lanes from Joseph Lane to Greenway Road. A 30-foot median will separate northbound and southbound travel lanes. The project also includes a 10-foot multi-use pathway along southbound travel lanes and a six-foot sidewalk parallel to northbound lanes. Median openings spaced throughout the project allow for left turns and U-turns. Crews also are replacing the traffic signal at Manatee Road. Crews will switch traffic during the nighttime/overnights hours from 6 p.m. Thursday June 4 to 6 a.m. Friday June 5 for crews to begin construction of the north side of the roadway. Vehicles will now use the new roadway from Naples Reserve Boulevard to Greenway Road. Motorists exiting driveways and side streets in this area should use caution, as traffic is now closer to the south side of the corridor. Motorists should expect lane closures from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday for crews to widen the lanes.Vehicles use the new roadway from east of CR 951 to Naples Reserve Boulevard. The bus stops are shifted to allow the contractor to build the new roadway. Motorists exiting driveways and side streets in this area should use caution, as traffic is now closer to the south side of the corridor. Crews are currently relocating utilities, constructing culverts, installing underground storm drainage, and completing earthwork. Drivers should be aware of construction vehicles and equipment entering and exiting the roadway. The contractor expects to complete work in fall 2016. The design/build team is Wantman Group Inc./Ajax Paving Industries of Florida, LLC. (Note: updates normally come in weekly on Thursdays or Fridays.)

US41/951 Intersection Construction Traffic Update June 26, 2015
U.S. 41 East and Collier Boulevard Intersection – The U.S. 41 East and Collier Boulevard intersection traffic in each direction has been reduced from three lanes to two lanes as crews continue construction of the U.S. 41 and S.R./C.R. 951 Intersection Capacity Improvement Project. The project limits extend approximately one-quarter mile north on Collier Boulevard, as well as one-quarter mile east and west on U.S. 41 and three miles south on Collier Boulevard to just south of Fiddler’s Creek Parkway. Traffic was recently shifted on Collier Boulevard north of U.S. 41 allowing traffic onto the newly constructed travel lanes while crews continue progressing with construction of additional travel lanes as they work toward completion of the project. This traffic shift is expected to remain in place for approximately seven months. Drivers are reminded to stay alert and drive with care. Detour signs are posted to direct pedestrian/bicycle traffic to alternate routes. The speed limit has been reduced to 35 mph in this area during the construction project. Drivers are reminded to stay alert and drive with care. Electronic message boards, lighted arrow boards, advance warning signs and barricades are being used to assist travelers. (Note: updates normally come in weekly on Thursdays or Fridays.)

Manatee Mitigation Presentation Public Hearing - We are planning a presentation by the South Florida Water Management District (Janet Starnes) as well as the Army Corps of Engineers, for residents of Port of the Islands following the CID meeting December 19, 2014, approximately at 12:00 noon. It is a follow-up to their earlier proposal about the "Oxbow" in the Fakahatchee Canal. Since this will be a public hearing on the issue, all interested POI residents are invited to attend.

NEW ISO RATING FOR FIRE STATION We have a new ISO rating with the new fire station in place...check with your insurance company to see if your rates may be lowered. Download it. (Posted April 6, 2014)

FISHING REPORTS - By Capt. Jim Ponder New on the website! (February 1, 2014)

2014-2015 PORT DIRECTORY...They are printed and ready! Stop by the Port of the Islands real estate office and pick up a copy.

PORT DIRECTORY...If you haven't sent in your Port Directory form and you want to be included, the deadline is September 15, 2013. Get a copy of the Port Directory Form now and send it in. The form can also be found in the Spring 2013 Port News and the Summer 2013 Port News...Posted August 17, 2013

Fire Code Notice ...Please be advised the Ochopee Fire Dept will be making inspections of each building looking for items in walkways that could slow egress from units in case of emergency. Violations will be issued for items found to be in violation of fire code. The violations will be issued to unit owner NOT association. Please remove any items in walkways or stairways as soon as possible....tables, chairs, benches, potted plants, etc. Posted 4/8/2013

IMPORTANT! NEW WATER BILLING & CHANGES PHONE NUMBER is 800-535-6832 X120. DO NOT USE the old number in the Port Directory, it is some sort of $9.99/month Phone Look Up Service and they send you phone texts. Posted 4/4/2013

New Irrigation Water Restrictions In Effect 3/26/2011:
The Port uses groundwater to supplement reclaimed water for irrigation. The new Restrictions apply to everyone at the Port. All irrigation must now be done between midnight and 8am, prohibited from 8am - midnight. Even numbered and Associations with Odd & Even on same water line Thursday and Sundays. Odd numbered Wednesday & Saturday See attached for complete Collier Info. (Posted 3/22/2011)

Port News is now distributed/mailed with the water bills or you can pick up at the office, or download on our web site from the Community page.

Procedure for TURNING OFF WATER at the Backflow Preventer - For residents of the Port who want to turn their water service off while they are away for extended periods of time please follow the following instructions: To extend the service life of the backflow preventer you will turn off the valve after the backflow. This will ensure that the gaskets, o-rings, etc… will remain under pressure and wet while the water is off to your home. In the picture you see that the side of the backflow is marked with the direction of flow. The valve located at the discharge side of the backflow is the proper valve to shut, as shown in the picture. Not all properties are equiped with the Backflow Preventer, it is an on-going project to get them all done.

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24998 Tamiami Trail East
Naples, FL 34114
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Port of the Islands Realty is your source for real estate at Port of the Islands.
Port of the Islands is a direct access to the Gulf of Mexico and 10,000 Islands boating and fishing community in Naples Florida, at the edge of the Everglades just 20 miles south of cosmopolitan downtown 5th Avenue and Naples white sandy beaches. Some of the best fishing in Southwest Florida is just steps from your door. Fish for tarpon, snook, redfish, snapper, pompano, trout, catfish...or head across the street where the fresh water river boasts bass fishing! Watch the manatees play, gators cruise, even the dolphins make their way up the channel. Nature is all around the Port of the Islands community. You'll see eagles soar, egrets, and pelicans. Port of the Islands Realty offers luxury homes, villas, condos, hotel condos, and lots. Boat docks, boat lifts, private pools and spas are just some of the amenities our home owners enjoy.

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