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Lee Health Wellness Centers Offer Stress Relief

The Lee Health Wellness Centers is inviting the community for a complimentary week to visit one of their campuses to de-stress and enjoy some time for self-care. Their facilities offer strength and cardio equipment as well as group exercise classes. But not only that, the Cape Coral Wellness Center also offers two heated swimming pools, steam rooms and a new...

Proposed School District of Lee County Calendar Changes due to Hurricane Irma

Due to recent school closures as a result of local flooding in August, and Hurricane Irma, it has become necessary to make adjustments to the instructional calendar. In order to best balance our students' instructional needs with the disruption that came from these natural disasters, the District is proposing returning 6 days to the 2017-18 calendar. These changes are subject to...

Miami Dolphins Visit Southwest Florida to Assist with Hurricane Irma Relief Efforts

The Miami Dolphins on Thursday, in partnership with All My Sons Moving & Storage, delivered three trucks of relief supplies for Hurricane Irma victims in Southwest Florida. The Miami Dolphins Foundation delivered water, baby supplies, baby food, paper goods, food, clothing, and hygiene kits to Lee County Electric Cooperative at the Immokalee Service Center and Cape Coral Hospital. Additionally, the Dolphins delivered...

SE 47th Terrace Streetscape Design Project – Public Meeting

  Public Meeting SE 47th Terrace Streetscape Design Project   The City of Cape Coral invites you to a Public Meeting to present the proposed design for streetscape improvements along SE 47th Terrace from Coronado Parkway to Del Prado Boulevard in South Cape.    The City is hosting the Public Meeting on Tuesday, September 26, 2017, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Vineyard Community Church,   923...

5 Things to do this Weekend in the Cape

For those who are ready to put Hurricane Irma behind you, here are 5 things you can do this weekend in Cape Coral!  Tarzan The Musical Disney Productions’ 1999 animated film with its Phil Collins score will open our season this year. This family musical brings to life the jungle and high-flying adventures. Performances at Cultural Park Theater this weekend...

Cape Coral Caring Center Needs Donations Now

  Pre-Irma these shelves were full.   With Cape Coral Charter schools and Lee County Public schools out for a second week and people losing the contents of their refrigerators and freezers, Cape Coral Caring Center Exec. Director Julie Ferguson says donations are much needed, either financial, non-perishable or a small amount of perishable foods can be brought directly to the Cape...

LCEC Hurricane Irma Update — morning update Sept 20th

Power in NFM, Cape Coral, Pine Island, Sanibel/Captiva, and Marco Island is essentially restored. Around-the-clock restoration will continue until everyone’s power has been restored. While 201,000 LCEC customer have power today, 13,800 customers in Immokalee, Lehigh Acres, and on the south system, along with pockets of customers throughout the service territory, remain without power. MOST customers in these areas, where the...

Now Accepting Applications for the South Cape Redevelopment Agency Board

Have you been looking for a way to get involved in your community?  Do you live or own a business in the South Cape redevelopment area?  Here's your chance! Notice To The Public   The Cape Coral City Council will be accepting applications for the following Boards/Commissions/Committees:   South Cape Community  Redevelopment Advisory Board                      (3) *Citizen of the United States and resident of Cape Coral    ...

LCEC Hurricane Irma Update — morning of September 19th

Restoration will continue in all parts of the service territory until power is restored to everyone. 92% of LCEC customers wake up with power this morning. Around the clock, LCEC and hundreds of restoration workers, have been working to restore power to the 170,000 customers across the five-county LCEC territory that lost power after Hurricane Irma. Approximately 18,200 customers throughout the five-county LCEC territory remain without...

LCEC Hurricane Irma Update — September 18th

Power restored to 190,104 LCEC customers The LCEC plan, matching most utility restoration plans, requires that main power lines and critical infrastructure be restored first. Once accomplished, crews were able to repair smaller outages in hundreds of neighborhoods across the five-county LCEC territory. LCEC will have crews in all parts of the service territory until all customers have been restored. LCEC and hundreds of...
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