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City Asks Residents to Adjust Irrigation Zones for Bus Stop Safety

The City of Cape Coral is asking some property owners to consider adjusting their irrigation zones for the safety of children at school bus stops. If a school bus stop is located on/adjacent to your property, and your sprinklers are preventing students from standing a safe distance from the street, they ask that...

Cape Coral Caring Center Kicks Off ‘Healthy Not Hungry Kids’ Campaign

The Cape Coral Caring Center has kicked off the second annual ‘Healthy Not Hungry Kids’ campaign to help replenish its food supply as season ends and the school year draws to a close.  A 501(c)(3), the nonprofit organization assists residents who do not have sufficient resources to maintain a suitable...

Need Help Identifying Four Liquor Thieves

On April 17, 2019, Cape Coral Police responded to a call for service at Publix, 127 Cape Coral Pkwy West, in reference to a past occurred retail theft. The customer service manager advised that around 6:30pm, two black males and two black females entered the Publix Liquor store. Both females were carrying what appeared...

Florida Department of Elder Affairs Recognizes Efforts of Cape Coral Police Department

At a decal presentation and recognition event, the Florida Department of Elder Affairs (DOEA) announced that the Cape Coral Police Department is the first law enforcement entity in Lee County to complete training to become Dementia Caring. To make Lee County a Dementia-Caring Community, local stakeholders – led by...

Sun Splash Offers Free Admission to Moms during Mother’s Day Weekend

Moms Splash Free May 11-12 with Purchase of Regular Child Admission Sun Splash Family Waterpark is offering free admission to moms during Mother’s Day Weekend, May 11-12, with the purchase of a regular priced child or teen General Admission ticket. The park will also be raffling off over...

Cape Coral Citizen Survey Available Online

The City is using the services of the National Research Center (NRC) to conduct its biennial Citizen Survey. About 1,200 residents were invited by mail earlier this year to participate in the National Citizen Survey. An online version of the survey is now available and all residents have the opportunity to participate. The survey can be accessed...

Kicked Out of Parents House But Returns and Beats Dog Sitter

On May 4, 2019, around 6:14 am, Cape Coral Police responded to a call for service at 1206 SE 21st Street in reference to a disturbance in progress with an unconscious male. Upon officer arrival, the victim was observed standing in front of the residence with a large...

Bulk Item Drop Off Event Planned for May 18

The City is partnering with Waste Pro to offer Cape Coral residents a free “Bulk Item Drop Off Event” on Saturday, May 18. Collection hours will be from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Residents can bring unwanted items for disposal to 1020Cultural Park Boulevard (across from City Hall). While Waste Pro picks up bulk...

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