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CCPD: Results of Operation Safe Driving, Saves Lives

The Cape Coral Police Department conducted a grant-funded traffic saturation "Operation Safe Driving, Saves Lives" on Jan. 30, specifically targeting aggressive driving/ speed. Funding was provided by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and its Aggressive Driving grant. This ...

Tell your Hurricane Ian story

Where were you? How did you fare? What have you learned? Who became your hero? In partnership with The Alliance for the Arts, Gulf Coast Writers Association invites stories written by those who survived Hurricane Ian, those who volunteered in its aftermath, and those who witnessed heroic ...

Cape Council to discuss legislative priorities, including grant applications

The city of Cape Coral is looking to get a share of state money for both Hurricane Ian related expenses and infrastructure projects. To that end, the Cape Coral City Council will discuss grant applications, its proposed 2023 state legislative initiatives and the possible hiring of a second ...

Heart Health Day at the Cape Coral Museum of History

February is the month of love and in that vein, the Cape Coral Museum of History will be hosting Heart Health Day on Thursday, Feb. 16. The day will feature a variety of 'Heart Health' programming around the museum campus. • CPR – 9 a.m. to noon Representatives from the Cape Coral ...

Cape Council begins talks on FY24 budget

The Cape Coral City Council winter retreat is the unofficial kickoff of the budget season, which will culminate with the ratification of the 2024 budget for the city in September. On Friday, Council heard from Finance Director Mark Mason on the budget process and, with all that is happening in ...

Cape Council retreat revisits old projects, intros new

At the very beginning of the Cape Coral City Council winter retreat on Thursday, City Manager Rob Hernandez gave a presentation on “13 Ways to Kill your Community,” a book by Doug Griffiths he read while at a city managers convention. Besides the typical ones like lack of commercial, not ...

Update: Everest Parkway scheduled water main shutdown moved to Feb. 13

Update: The city of Cape Coral announced today the potable water main shutdown originally scheduled for Jan. 30, in the area of Everest Parkway from Del Prado to Southeast 26th Place, will now take place Monday, Feb. 13, at 9 a.m. The potable water main is expected to be turned back on by ...