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City clean-up event Friday

By CJ HADDAD - | Dec 7, 2022

Want to help clean up the Cape in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian?

The city of Cape Coral has organized a clean-up event this Friday to help clear the streets of debris left behind by the storm.

City leadership, government employees and Keep Lee County Beautiful are volunteering their time and asking the community to band together to pick up trash, litter and loose garbage items along major roadways. Filled bags will be placed in the medians for Public Works crews to collect at the end of the clean-up event.

The clean-up starts at 8 a.m. and runs until 12:30 p.m. Participating residents will be provided lunch after the event.

“Residents are encouraged to take pride in their community and meet Friday morning at 8 a.m. at any Cape Coral Fire Station wearing comfortable clothes and ready to help pick up litter,” city officials stated. “Cleaning supplies, water, and a Clean-Up Cape Coral shirt will be provided to all volunteers.”

CCFD stations are located at: Station 1 – 4610 Coronado Parkway, Station 2 – 521 Nicholas Parkway, Station 3 – 1627 Everest Parkway, Station 4 – 2007 Santa Barbara Blvd., Station 5 – 1029 Diplomat Parkway, Station 6 – 4540 Chiquita Parkway, Station 7 – 3942 Burnt Store Road, N., Station 8 – 707 Southwest 1st St., Station 9 – 4107 Pelican Blvd., Station 10 – 3623 Gator Circle West, Station 11 – 1038 Burnt Store Road and Station 12 – 2129 Chiquita Blvd.

For additional information about the community-wide clean-up, contact City Hall at 239- 574-0436 or visit www.capecoral.gov.