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Get involved in your community; apply to serve on a board or commission by May 21, 2018

If you’re looking to get involved in your city, serving on a volunteer board or commission is a great way to do it. Boards members and commissioners work with and advise staff, provide recommendations to council and can make a difference in many aspects of community development. On July 1, each year, new terms begin on […]

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Good Neighbor Meeting: southeast corner of Kansas Ave and St. Andrews Drive

The city may soon consider a rezoning and subdivision plat for property and a public open house-style meeting is being held to explain the proposal. The property is at the southeast corner of Kansas Avenue and St. Andrews Drive (270 Street in Johnson County). The proposal is for a residential subdivision of multi- and single-family […]

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Ranshaw Way (Highway 965) widening to begin Monday

Weather permitting, on Monday, April 16, 2018, work will begin to widen Ranshaw Way (Highway 965) to five lanes between Zeller and Cherry streets. The first stage of widening work will occur on the east side of the street. Two lanes of traffic will remain open through the project, however the speed limit and lane […]

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Things to do with your stuff that doesn’t put it in the landfill

The annual Spring Cleanup Day, when residents can bring bulky trash, appliances, tree limbs and other brush and more, is the last Saturday of each April. But what if you have stuff that’s still usable by someone and you just don’t need anymore? North Liberty Buy Nothing Project If you’re into giving away your stuff […]

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Solarize Johnson County residential solar purchase program announced

Residents in North Liberty, and across Johnson County, have an opportunity to learn more about solar energy and potentially invest in affordable solar through a new program: Solarize Johnson County. The program builds on the success of Solarize Cedar Rapids and Linn County, where more than 500 individuals attended free solar education sessions and nearly […]

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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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Holiday hours for Friday, March 30, 2018

Some hours will be affected on Friday, March 30, 2018. City Hall, city offices and the North Liberty Community Library will be closed.  The recreation department will be open its normal hours: 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. However, the gymnasiums and men’s locker room will remain closed for repairs.

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City considering revisions to its trash and recycling program

At its March 27, 2018, meeting, the City Council will look at potential changes to our trash and recycling program. The proposal, outlined in a memo to council and included below, would offer three volume and frequency options for households to select from, include heavy-duty wheeled bins that are less susceptible to wind and appropriate for […]

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Spring cleanup: Muddy Creek, leaf collection, street sweeping and city-wide cleanup coming in April

Spring has (technically) arrived and with it spring cleanup. Muddy Creek cleanup On Saturday, April 7, join the cleanup led by the North Liberty Tree & Storm Water Advisory Board, Boy Scout Troop 216 and Cub Scout Packs 216 and 275 to remove debris along Big Muddy Creek and the bike trail. The clean up is […]

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