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Welcome to Ranshaw Way

The late Mayor Tom Salm expressed a desire to rename Highway 965 to something better representing its transition from an old state highway to a vital community corridor. Today, the road that hasn’t been a state highway for decades, was dedicated Ranshaw Way with local business leaders, city officials and descendant of Emma and Samuel […]

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North Liberty Porchfest returns Saturday, August 19

The residents of Arlington Ridge neighborhood (located at Juniper and Dubuque streets) invite the corridor to their subdivision for the second annual North Liberty Porchfest on Saturday, Aug. 19, from 3 to 8 p.m. At Porchfest, porches and driveways become stages, and more than 45 performers are volunteering to share their talents across eight stages […]

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Free tickets for North Liberty Night with the Kernels

On Friday, Aug. 18, the Cedar Rapids Kernels, a Minnesota Twins minor league affiliate, will host North Liberty Night with the Kernels, and we have some free tickets to give away. Starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 14, adult North Liberty residents can get up to four tickets at the front desk of the […]

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Treasure Hunt supports the North Liberty Community Fund

A treasure hunt, with a grand prize of four tickets to the Sept. 23 Iowa Hawkeyes’ football game versus Penn State — complete with parking pass and tailgate — is set to help raise funds and awareness of the North Liberty Community Fund. Entry fees for the Grow Our Community Treasure Hunt are $25. Participants […]

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Build community during National Night Out

On Aug. 1, North Liberty and cities across the country, will celebrate National Night Out. Residents are encourages to go outside, lock their doors and meet with their neighbors and North Liberty’s officers to talk about happenings in their neighborhood and crime prevention strategies. North Liberty officers will be traveling through neighborhoods on foot and […]

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Fall 2017 activity guide is now available

North Liberty’s  fall activity guide, covering programs from September through December 2017, is now now available. Registration for most programs starts Aug. 7. Highlights include new programs including Motion Madness, Spyder Hour and an adult co-ed dodgeball league. Returning favorites include the Doggie Plunge, Haunted Happenings, Breakfast with Santa and the Holiday Vendor Fair and Porchfest. The guide […]

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Community members gets active on Sneakers and Spokes

If you see a group of kids riding bikes around town this summer, wearing superhero capes and followed by a 30-something runner trying to keep up in a cape of her own, give them a honk or a wave of support. You’ll be saying hi to North Liberty resident Kelly Sittig and a handful of […]

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One week left to take the 2017 Community Satisfaction Survey

The city’s Communications Advisory Commission’s is soliciting responses to a short survey. The survey will close on Monday, June 19. On the survey, you’ll be asked to rate several services, programs and amenities on a scale of 0 (poor) to 10 (excellent) in addition to some demographic information. Leave any question you don’t wish to […]

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Our first ever bicycle slow roll

On Saturday, June 17, the North Liberty Recreation Department hosts the city’s first slow roll, complete with checkups before, a scavenger hunt during and food and music on the Ranshaw lawn after. The event is free and open to the public. Slow rolls are short community- and family-oriented bike rides, traveling at a leisurely pace. Come […]

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Liberty Centre hosts Free Family Fishing this Saturday

Three days each June, the state of Iowa waives its fishing license requirements. Take a Kid Outdoors, the City of North Liberty, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Stanley Consultants, Scheels and the North Liberty Optimist, will host a free morning of fishing fun at Liberty Centre, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on June 3, 2017. […]

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