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Cape Coral to get updates on parks and projects Wednesday

A possible public-private partnership that could bring a community center, pool and indoor recreation center to Lake Meade Park will be discussed at Cape Coral City Council's workshop meeting Wednesday. If the P3 route garners a consensus, modifications will need to be made to the plans and ...

Take care, be aware: Safe Boating Boating week begins

With the summer months fast approaching and a plethora of opportunities for Southwest Florida residents to hit the water, officials are reminding boaters to take precautions via an annual national campaign. Safe Boating Campaign’s National Safe Boating Week runs from May 18 to 24, and ...

Mayor’s Scholarship Fund program honors 15 students

Local students who have gone above and beyond in the realm of education were honored with scholarships to further their educational journeys Tuesday night in Cape Coral as part of an annual celebration. The 2024 Cape Coral Mayor’s Scholarship Fund Awards Celebration took place at Palmetto ...

Hurricane seminars to offer preparedness tips

With hurricane season commencing June 1, Cape Coral experts will host an event to give residents the best information on how to be prepared should a major storm arrive over the next six months. On June 15 at the German American Club of Cape Coral, the city will host its second annual ...

$25 million grant to help defray North 1 UEP costs

A $25 million grant accepted by Cape Coral City Council Wednesday will provide a savings of about $2,400 for property owners within the North 1 Utility Expansion Project area. “It’s a testament to staff. A monumental victory for us,” Councilmember Keith Long said. “This is the story ...

Cape awaits FEMA decision

As Cape Coral awaits word from FEMA regarding the city’s efforts to comply with document demands related to Hurricane Ian rebuilds, municipal officials shared a hands-on analysis of the federal agency’s demands: FEMA’s compliance option of choice for communities devastated by a natural ...

CCPD to provide critical training course

The Cape Coral Police Department will host a two-day training course this fall designed to teach skills and survival strategies for violent critical incidents including those involving active shooters. On Aug. 5 and 6 at CCPD headquarters, the department will make ALICE Training and ...