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Bulk, Household Chemical Waste Collection Event Set for 8/5

The City of Cape Coral is partnering with the Lee County Solid Waste Division to collect bulk items and household chemical waste (HCW) on Saturday, Aug. 5, 2023, from 7 - 11 a.m., in the City Hall parking lot,1015 Cultural Park Boulevard. This quarterly event is another way for residents to...

Cape Coral to Host Inaugural Development Discussions Event August 3

The City of Cape Coral is kicking off a new outreach initiative called Development Discussions to help residents and developers connect with and learn more about the City's Development Services Division. The first meeting will be Thursday, August 3, from 7:30 - 10 a.m. at...

New Traffic Signal Coming to Del Prado and De Navarra

Construction of a new traffic signal at Del Prado Boulevard and De Navarra Parkway is scheduled to begin Monday, July 24. To ensure the safety of motorists and construction crews, the speed limit on Del Prado Boulevard approaching the De Navarra intersection will be reduced...

Coral Oaks to Provide Deals During PGA Golf Family Month

The PGA of America recognizes the month of July as “Family Golf Month,” and Coral Oaks Golf Course is proud to support the initiative by offering discounts through July 31. Children under the age of 17 can receive a free bucket of range balls when...

Cape Coral Warns of Potential Event Scam

The City of Cape Coral has been notified of a scam on Facebook involving a fake event claiming to be held at Cape Coral City Hall. The scammer claims to have a vendor event scheduled for July 29 & 30 at City Hall and requests...

Cape Coral’s 2021 Drinking Water Quality Report Available

The City of Cape Coral's drinking water met or surpassed all federal and state standards for 2022. This annual consumer confidence report, the City of Cape Coral 2022 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report is required by the Safe Drinking Water Act and it tells you...

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