Cape Girardeau Fire Department Chief Rick Ennis discusses the history of the Fire Tax, a 1/4-cent sales tax originally approved by voters in 2004. Of the tax, 1/8-cent is up for a renewal vote in November 2014. Fire Tax funding is used to help keep Cape safe by keeping facilities and vehicles up to date for public safety personnel.
This week’s focus during National Preparedness Month is weather safety. We experience many different types of potentially dangerous weather in Southeast Missouri, including ice, snow, extreme heat and cold, thunderstorms, strong winds, and even tornadoes. Here […]
Information submitted by the Cape Riverfront Market ALSO: Plan to check-out the Red House Speakers Series on select market days. The Cape Riverfront Market opens its 2014 season on Saturday, May 3. Opening day festivities […]
We can help haul away your Christmas tree after the season ends. Call the City of Cape Girardeau Public Works Department (573-339-6351) to schedule a Wednesday pick up between Jan. 7 and Feb. 25. Crews will pick […]