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Cape Coral Urges Residents to Move Hurricane Ian Debris Curbside by Deadline

The City of Cape Coral asks residents to set all Hurricane Ian debris curbside by Saturday, January 21. This deadline allows the City’s contracted debris hauler to complete its final pass by the end of the month. As of today, crews have removed over 40,000 truckloads...

EARLY VOTING AND ELECTION DAY VOTING INFORMATION

This all-inclusive guide includes information on where to vote during Early Voting and Election Day for the November 8 General Election. Due to the impact of Hurricane Ian, numerous Election Day polling places in Lee County are unavailable. As a result, Lee County's 12 Early...

Lee County will resume normal toll operations on two of its three bridges

Lee County will resume normal toll operations on two of its three bridges beginning at 6 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 1. Tolls have been suspended since shortly before Hurricane Ian’s landfall Sept. 28. The county announced the suspension in tandem with the state’s announcement of tolls...

City of Cape Coral Hosting Inaugural Trunk-or-Treat

The City of Cape Coral, along with the Cape Coral Police and Fire Departments, is hosting an inaugural Trunk-or-Treat on Friday, October 28, from 6 to 8 p.m. The event will be held in the City Hall visitor's parking lot, located at 1015 Cultural Park...

Additional FEMA Mobile Registration Center Open in Cape Coral

FEMA has deployed an additional Mobile Registration Intake Center (MRIC) in Cape Coral to assist residents with the initial registration and application for FEMA assistance. NEW - Jim Jeffers Park 2817 SW 3rd Lane, Cape Coral, FL 33991 Wednesday, October 26, from 9 am - 5 pmThursday, October 27,...

Cape Coral Interactive Debris Map, Pickup Update

Since debris collection began on October 5, the City of Cape Coral's debris contractor has removed 8,778 truckloads of hurricane debris from Cape Coral streets, totaling 430,112 cubic yards. The debris collected could cover 66 football fields at three feet high.  Residents can find their debris zone and...

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