Consider renewing your pet's city license this month. All pets are required to be licensed on a yearly basis. For more information, please contact your veterinarian or Customer Service at 339-6322.
ALWAYS call 911 when reporting immediate threats to safety or property.
The National Main Street Center recently announced that Old Town Cape representing Cape Girardeau, Mo. is one of three 2015 Great American Main Street Award® (GAMSA) winners nationwide.
“Old Town Cape really captured our attention with its creative partnerships and commitment to historic preservation,” says Patrice Frey, president and CEO of the National Main Street Center. “Its collaboration with arts organizations, business interests and the university brings a dynamic mix of resources downtown, while the city’s impressive list of rehabbed historic buildings demonstrates how Cape Girardeau fully embraces preservation’s power to revitalize.”
Read more on our blog.
Free “green thumb” gardening classes are available in Cape
Girardeau at the Shawnee Park Center. Classes are being offered in
conjunction with the University of Missouri Extension. Dates, times, and
topics are as follows:
- April 7 – Organic Gardening
- April 21 – Design Your Garden, Raised Bed, Container, and Lasagna Gardening
- May 5 – Growing and Using Herbs
- May 19 – Fruit Production
- June 9 – Compost and Improving Your Soils
- July 7 – Save Your Harvest: Canning and Freezing Techniques
Registration will be available through the City of Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation Department: 573-339-6340.
Whether it's a few minutes right now, or a few hours per
week, you have the ability to make a difference in your community. Here
are just some of the ways you can contribute:
The City Council meeting agendas are posted at cityofcape.org/citycouncil. For the general order of business of all meetings, visit our Council Conduct page.
The 5 p.m. "Study Session" generally includes more discussion. It also
allows for anyone to speak on any city topic. The 7 p.m. "Regular
Session" includes the official votes. Unscheduled presentations are
limited to agenda items. Anyone can attend either of the open, public
meetings at 5 and 7 p.m.
The regular 7 p.m. meeting broadcasts live on USTREAM
and on Charter channel 993 in the Cape-Jackson area. The most recent
meeting is posted on our USTREAM channel as soon as possible following the meeting
and live broadcast. Replays air on Charter channel 993 multiple times