City of Cape Coral temporarily closes most customer service counters to limit spread of COVID-19
To limit the spread of the new coronavirus, the city of Cape Coral will temporarily close most of its customer service counters beginning Monday.
Beginning March 23 the following lobbies in City of Cape Coral buildings will be closed to the general public to help limit the spread of COVID-19.
*Police Department lobby, located at 1100 Cultural Park Boulevard
*Public Works Annex lobby, located at 815 Nicholas Parkway East
Beginning Tuesday, March 24, the City Hall lobby, which is at 1015 Cultural Park Boulevard, will also be closed to the general public.
Building permits will continue to be issued to licensed contractors and individuals, by appointment or online. Water bill payments can be made online or via telephone. Customers also can leave payments in a dropbox, which is located outside the main entrance of City Hall.
“Employees will be using social distancing, as recommended by the CDC, and the City encourages the public to make use of online services via the City’s website. Please check the City’s dedicated COVID-19 web page (www.capecoral.net/COVID-19) for announcements and details about these temporary changes,” officials said in a release issued late Friday.
A Special Meeting of the Cape Coral City Council is scheduled for Monday, March 23, at 4:25 p.m. Meetings are broadcast on Cape TV (Comcast Channel 98 and CenturyLink Prism Channel 94) and streamed online at www.cape-tv.com. Rather than attend in-person, the public can participate virtually by submitting an ecomment via the “Agendas & Minutes” quick link on the City’s website.
Source: City of Cape Coral