The City of Cape Coral is ideally situated on the Southwest Florida coast, and has frequently ranked as a favorite place to live, vacation, and start a business. The City boasts a vibrant, balanced lifestyle featuring outdoor amenities like biking and water sports, and providing residents with ample dining, retail and nightlife options throughout the City. If you are searching for the ultimate work-life balance, look no further than the Cape.
Cape Coral’s Parks and Recreation Department provides services for citizens and visitors throughout the City. Consisting of more than 39 locations (1,595 acres), the Department features waterfront parks, playgrounds, athletic complexes, community centers, tennis amenities, a youth center and skate park, boat ramps, and a premier public golf course (Coral Oaks Golf Course). Programs, classes, and special events are planned year-round for all ages, abilities, and interests. The Department has approximately 317 full-time equivalent budgeted positions serving three in three divisions: Parks, Recreation, and Revenue & Special Facilities.