For Cape Coral permitting, guidelines and checklists, click here.

The Annual Water Quality Report for the City of Cape Coral for 2016 is available at www.CapeDrinkingWater.net

There are more (over 400) miles of canals in the city of Cape Coral than anywhere else in the world. There are tons of community activities that can compliment a wide range of quality lifestyles for youth and adults.


The city of Cape Coral offers 14 Recreational Facilities, for more info, click here.

Whether it’s exploring 90 miles of interconnected bicycling routes, walking, the beach, baseball, fishing, nature trails, Cape Coral has it!  Click here for more info.

Boat Ramps

Here is a link to the interactive Park Map and the Boat Ramps Map.

Public Boat Slip Rental Rates and amenities at the Cape Coral (Godman) Yacht Club.


Youth Sports, Adult Sports.

Cape Coral offers Charter Schools and County Public schools.  For more information on Cape Coral Charter Schools, click here.  More info on public schools can be found at Lee County Public Schools Website.

Community News and Events includes everything from Festivals to Parades, Farmers Markets, Concerts, etc…

The City of Cape Coral is a growing, thriving city with lots of potential and opportunity.  There are about 17 main communities within the city.  My website is updated frequently, so check in as much as you’d like to stay on top of current, up to date information.

Check out the Mission, Vision and Value statements of Cape Coral by clicking here.

 Find out more about our Quality of Life…..the Cape Coral Police department offers an Interactive Crime Map. Here you can see what has been going on in your neighborhood, near your place of work or school, and even see registered sex offenders.  The Interactive Crime Map allows you to search a particular area and select what type of crimes or incidents you want displayed.

Property Taxes, for more information on understanding property taxes, click here.  Save money on your taxes, find out more on Homestead Exemptions, how to apply and what you qualify for.  Homesteaded property tax increases are capped at 3% of assessed value or the CPI, whichever is lower and non-homesteaded properties are capped at a 10% increase. Property Tax FAQ

Click here to link for your drivers license and/or registering your vehicle.

Voting information can be found HERE.

Find out more about city water and sewer, the Utilities Expansion Project.

Electricity Service in Cape Coral is provided by LCEC.

Water service provided by the city if your home is hooked up to city utilities.  Currently, homes north of Pine Island Rd. are on private wells and the city does plan to expand utilities throughout the city.  CLICK HERE for the map.

Keep Cape Coral looking beautiful now and for the future, homeowners support and obey various city ordinances that are designed to maintain a clean and safe environment. CLICK HERE for the Cape Coral Code of Ordinances and the Land Use and Development Regulations.

The data relating to real estate for sale on this website comes in part from the Royal Palm Realtor Association. The information being provided is for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

About the author

Robert Iafrate

Robert Iafrate

Realtor®, Broker/Owner

We offer guidance, assistance and negotiating services for buying or selling property in the Cape Coral area. This includes choice commission options to sell your home, condo or land. We also offer consultation services for helping you choose a representative in the Florida luxury real estate market.

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