The City of Cape Girardeau Tree Board, the City of Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation Department and Save A Lot Food Store celebrated Arbor Day 2014 by planting trees along Sprigg Street near downtown Cape Girardeau. This planting is in partnership with Save-A-Lot in Cape Girardeau to assist the beautification of Cape Girardeau city streets. Arbor Day is a day recognized across the nation to give citizens and communities an opportunity to plant a tree for the environment and beautification. Arbor Day is also in conjunction with Tree City USA, of which Cape Girardeau has been a part for 14 years.
Information from flier and 100missourimiles.com Everyone is invited to take the Governor’s 100 Missouri Miles Challenge and hike at Trail of Tears with Gov. Jay Nixon on Oct. 11. Participants should meet at the Sheppard […]
Sidewalk repair and construction is ongoing near Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, with work currently taking place along the eastern side of North Sprigg Street between Village Drive and Rhodes 101 Convenience Store. […]
2014 Team Spirit Traffic Safety Leadership Training Conference: Celebrating 20 Years and Still Saving Lives
The Cape Girardeau Safe Communities Program, in conjunction with MoDOT’s Traffic and Highway Safety Division is kicking-off its 20th annual Team Spirit Leadership Training Conference on Sunday, July 20 at the Drury Lodge in Cape […]