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City of Cape Coral Top 10 Digital City DigitalCities16

The Center for Digital Government conducts The Digital Cities Survey annually to identify the most technology-advanced cities. All U.S. cities, towns, villages and consolidated city/county governments are invited to participate in this survey, which examines the overall technology programs and plans of the city.

Learn more about the Cape Coral initiatives that were highlighted in the most recent year.
 2019 – 2nd Place
 2018 – 2nd Place
  2017 – 1st Place 


 City of Cape Coral named a Future Edge 50 Winner for 2020

The CIO Executive Council’s FutureEdge 50 awards recognize organizations pushing the edge with new technologies to advance their business for the future. The FutureEdge 50 recognizes not only established initiatives driving business success, but also early-stage projects pursued for their watershed potential. These initiatives may be in R&D, proof of concept or pilot phases. With this, the FutureEdge 50 awards aim to recognize the most cutting-edge trials and applications of emerging technologies – and the innovative cultures enabling them.

Full list of FutureEdge 50 winners for 2020.

City of Cape Coral selected as a
Bloomberg What Works Cities
Bloomberg What Works Cities

What Works Cities, launched by Bloomberg Philanthropies in April 2015, is a national initiative to help 100 mid-sized American cities enhance their use of data and evidence to improve services, inform local decision-making and engage residents.  Cape Coral was selected to join the What Works Cities initiative in June 2016, and our engagement was focused on open government.