Migrant Farm Worker Housing
3339 Tamiami Trail East
Bldg H Ste. 302
Naples, FL 34112
- Migrant Farmworker Housing
- FL Statutes 381.008
- Florida Administrative Code for Migrant Labor Camps
- 1910.142 Temporary Labor Camp Standards
- Emergency Preparedness
- Preparacion Para Emergencias
- Collier County Code Enforcement
- FL Department of Education - Adult Migrant Education
- Coalition of Florida Farmworker Organizations
- FL DBPR Farm Labor Registration
- Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
- US Department of Labor (DOL)
- US DOL Migrant And Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act (MSPA)
- HUD's Chapter 10 Housing Quality Standards
- US HUD Farmworker Housing
- Migrant Labor Camp Inspection Results
The objective of this program is to reduce the risk of communicable disease transmission and injury among migrant farm workers by establishing comprehensive and uniform procedures for permitting and inspecting migrant housing.
County health departments ensure uniformity and continuity with the Migrant Labor Camp Program rule and procedures by providing:
- Plan Review and Permitting
- Pre-Inspection and Routine Inspections
- Application of State Laws and Rules
8am - 5pm Monday - Friday
Permitting and Inspection
Migrant Labor Camps and Residential Migrant Housing must be permitted prior to opening. The following information is required:
- Completed Application
- Scaled Floor Plan
- Application Fee **
- Satisfactory Pre-Opening Inspection; Migrant Labor Camps will be inspected twice per quarter during periods of occupancy.
For assistance and guidance in obtaining a permit contact the Florida Department of Health in Collier County at 239.252.7303.
Services Not Covered
Inspection of private residences & establishments occupied by non-migrating residents.
Complaints should be directed to 239.252.7300 or 239.252.7303.