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Tree and Storm Water Agenda for April 11, 2018

North Liberty Tree & Storm Water Advisory Board Committee Meeting: Wednesday April 11, 2018 at 7:00PM  City Council Chambers Download a PDF of this meeting’s information packet. Proposed Agenda NEW BUSINESS: 1. Review and approve minutes: Minutes from the January meeting. 2. Public Comments/Concerns: Open to public for comments and concerns; 5 minutes per person […]

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Are you a North Liberty whiz? Take the quiz to find out.

So you’ve been around for a while, but how well do you really know the City of North Liberty? Just moved to town? Here’s your crash course. We’ve put together a short quiz on the city’s history, government structure, and current projects so you can test just how in-the-know you really are. All answers are provided […]

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North Liberty hosts cheer zone to welcome RUN CRANDIC runners

In one month, North Liberty will welcome more than 2,100 runners of the inaugural RUN CRANDIC marathon as the race from Cedar Rapids to Iowa City passes through. To extend North Liberty’s hospitality, the city will host an official cheer zone on the lawn of the North Liberty Community Center, 520 W. Cherry Street, from […]

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Gyms to close for floor resurfacing on March 29, 2018

Beginning Thursday, March 29, the Robert and Jones gyms at the North Liberty Community Center, 520 W. Cherry St., will be closed so their floors can be resurfaced. The closures are expected to last through Monday, April 2. In addition to the closures, some patrons may find the vapors from the floor finishes unpleasant, though […]

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City Council special session agenda for March 20, 2018

North Liberty City Council AGENDA Tuesday, March 20, 2018 Special Session 6:30 p.m. City Council Chambers 1 Quail Creek Circle Download a PDF of this meeting’s information packet. Call to order Roll call Approval of the Agenda North Liberty Kansas Avenue RISE Improvements Project Public Hearing on the North Liberty Kansas Avenue RISE Improvements Project […]

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Road closure: Front Street from Zeller to East Chestnut

Beginning Wednesday, March 21, Front Street from Zeller to East Chestnut will be fully closed for construction, including the roadway and sidewalks. Detour routes will be marked for north- and southbound Front Street traffic. Also, pending weather, a lane reduction at Zeller and Front street will occur from 8:30 a.m. Friday, March 23, to 7 […]

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Good neighbor meeting for property east of Liberty High School off of Zackary Lane NE

The City may soon consider a subdivision plat for property and the public is invited to an open house-style meeting being held to explain the proposal. The property is not within the corporate limits of North Liberty, but is within the Fringe Area around North Liberty in which the City provides input to Johnson County regarding […]

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Road closure: Forevergreen Road bridge between Kansas Avenue and Park Road

Weather permitting, Forevergreen Road between Kansas Avenue and Park Road/Jasper Avenue will be closed on Thursday, March 15, 2018, so crews can pour new concrete footings for the interchange bridge at Interstate 380. The closure is expected to begin at 9 a.m. and last through the day. Drivers are asked to use caution around the […]

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13 life hacks for North Libertarians

1. If you miss a FedEx delivery that requires a signature, you can arrange for it to be held at Walgreens until you can pick it up. Seriously! Just redirect your package online and you can avoid having to drive up to Cedar Rapids. 2. Gasby’s will sell you basic groceries, yard bags, garbage stickers […]

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Warm temperatures close Penn Meadows Ice Rink

Due to warm temperatures, Penn Meadows Ice Rink is closed Friday, Jan. 19, through at least Sunday, Jan. 21. This post will be updated when the ice has completely refrozen for safe skating.

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