CREATED Jul. 18, 2013 - UPDATED: Jul. 18, 2013
COLLIER COUNTY Fla.- Collier County Residents can't seem to catch a break from wet weather. Neighbors who live on Karen Drive in South Naples said water has been standing on the street for weeks.
"It's horrible, it's horrible you can see how it's just standing." Karen Drive resident Angela Rhodes said.
"The water was this high over my tires the other day, literally came up to my Lanai." Rhodes said.
Rhodes said the floodwaters are so bad, she has second thoughts about her Karen Drive home.
" We never thought it would've been like this or we wouldn't have bought here." Rhodes said.
She said she is worried all of the time, money and man power she has poured into her property will soon wash away.
" If that water keeps rising we'll lose a 4 thousand dollar air conditioning unit we can't afford to put another unit." Rhodes said.
Karen Drive isn't the only street that has been swamped. A Collier County spokeswoman said there has also been reports of flooding at 31st Avenue Northeast, East of Everglades blvd. and on Auto Ranch Road in South Collier County.
" If you walk through there is about 18 inches deep of water. We've got water all the way around the house and our driveway is 12-15 inches deep in water just to get out of here." Auto Ranch Road resident Kevin Brown said.
Auto Ranch Road neighbors said water has been on their street for months and is attracting bugs, fish and alligators.
A county spokeswoman said those streets sit on low lying areas that are prone to flooding. Workers have come out and put 'Water over Roads' signs.