Addresses (Physical and Mailing), E-Mail and Telephone Numbers are below.


Cape Girardeau Regional Airport Physical: Cape Girardeau Regional Airport, Scott City, Missouri 63780 Mailing: P.O. Box 617, Cape Girardeau, MO 63702-0617

City Hall (City Manager/Council, Administrative, Development) Physical: 401 Independence Street, Cape Girardeau, MO 63703 Mailing: P.O. Box 617, Cape Girardeau, MO 63702-0617

Fire Department 1 South Sprigg, Cape Girardeau, MO 63703

Library, Cape Girardeau Public 711 North Clark, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701

Parks & Recreation  410 Kiwanis, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701

Police Department 40 South Sprigg, Cape Girardeau, MO 63703

Public Works Department 2007 Southern Expressway, Cape Girardeau, MO 63703


Accounting:  Airport: CG993 (Public Access – Formerly Channel 5) City Manager’s Office: Customer Service: Development:  Engineering: Fire Department: Inspections: Library: Municipal Court: Parks & Recreation:> Police Department:  Public Works: Visitors & Conventions:



Airport                             573-334-6230     Attorney’s Office  573-339-6324   Cemetery  573-334-1917     City Managers Office  573-339-6320     Customer Service  573-339-6322  Water Billing   Business Licenses      Engineering  573-339-6327     Fire Department (Routine Business)    573-339-6330     Human Resources  573-339-6390

Inspection Services  573-339-6328  Contractor Licensing   Building Permits      Municipal Court  573-339-6323  Traffic Tickets, Offenses
Nuisance Abatement  573-339-6311     Parks & Recreation  573-339-6340

Arena Building 573-339-6340  Capaha Pool 573-335-4510  Cape Splash 573-339-6943  Central Pool 573-335-4040  Golf Course 573-334-2031  Osage Centre 573-334-2859  Shawnee Park Center 573-334-2523  Shawnee Parks Sports Complex 573-339-6345

Planning Services
Historic Preservation   Zoning

Police (Routine Business)

Public Library

Public Works

Purchasing & Accounts Payable


  1. I was disappointed when I checked the Parks and Recreation insert in the SE Missourian and saw that the information for the Osage Trail was outdated. There was no mention made of the spur going north to Audubon Place, and no distance listed.
    Traffic on the trail continues to increase and more information should be devoted to it especially in a Parks and Recreation publication.

  2. You’re right, Mary, the map was incomplete. We’ve had a little trouble getting the exact path of the new additions mapped in our database. We should have that ready for next time. Once it is complete, we hope you’ll see it here on out blog. Or, if you’d like to email us, we can send you a copy once it is ready.

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