City of Cape Coral Response to COVID-19
On Monday, May 3, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued two executive orders that immediately suspended all remaining COVID-19 restrictions imposed by local governments across the state. The orders were issued in conjunction with signing Senate Bill 2006, which modifies Florida’s COIVD-19 policies. The suspension of COVID-19 restrictions includes any local emergency measures such as a requirement to wear masks.
The City of Cape Coral and Curative are offering COVID -19 vaccinations beginning Monday, May 17 at the existing COVID-19 testing location (across from City Hall at 1020 Cultural Park Boulevard). The City has been working closely with the State of Florida and private partners to vaccinate members of our community against the coronavirus (COVID-19) as quickly and safely as possible.
The COVID-19 vaccine will be offered at no cost. Curative will bill your insurance or the HRSA program to administer the vaccine, however, health insurance is not required to receive a vaccination.
- To pay a water bill, there are online payment options HERE, pay-by-phone or place your payment in the drop box located outside the main entrance of City Hall (1015 Cultural Park Boulevard).
- The Department of Community Development continues to issue permits while the lobby is open. Please consider using online services HERE via the City's website or use the link above to contact the Department of Community Development.