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Reminders for snow and winter weather

With winter weather in the the forecast, the City of North Liberty wants to reminds residents about snow emergencies and other snow procedures. Snow Emergencies Snow emergencies go into effect automatically when there is two inches of snowfall or when one is declared by city administration. The goal of the city’s snow ordinance is to […]

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Holiday 2016 hours announced

Hours for city offices and services will adjusted in the coming weeks Christmas and New Year’s. Regular hours will be held except for the following: On Friday, Dec. 23, the recreation center will be open limited hours, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The library and city offices will be closed. On Saturday, Dec. 24, […]

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North Liberty Transit schedule adjustment effective Dec. 1

  Beginning Dec. 1, the North Liberty Transit’s midday fixed-route bus service will adjust its schedule, starting five minutes earlier. The schedule will allow a 5-minute layover at the North Liberty Community Center at 12:25 p.m. The schedule will remain the same after this layover. The updated schedule is below. Riders can board at any intersection along […]

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Winter 2017 activity guide now available

North Liberty’s redesigned winter activity guide, covering programs from January through April 2017, is now available for download. Highlights for winter include a spring Shed and Scavenger Hunt with Take a Kid Outdoors on March 25, a kayaking trip Palisades-Kepler State Park to Sutliff Bridge down the Cedar River on April 22, another season of the community […]

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Pool deck resurfacing requires closure

Beginning Monday, Nov. 28, 2016, the North Liberty Aquatic Center will close to allow the indoor pool deck to be resurfaced. The work is expected to be completed in time for the pool to reopen on Monday, Dec. 19. Memberships will be extended to cover the time of the closure. Swimming lessons will be rescheduled; […]

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Thanksgiving 2016 hours announced

Hours for city offices and services will adjusted next week for Thanksgiving. Regular hours will be held except for the following: On Wednesday, Nov. 23, the North Liberty Community Library will close early, at 6 p.m. On Thursday, Nov. 24, and Friday, Nov. 25, all city offices will be closed for Thanksgiving.  

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Apply to join the Tree and Storm Water Water board

The Tree and Storm Water Board studies, plans, advises and recommends actions necessary for the care, preservation, pruning, planting, or removal of trees, shrubs and plants in city parks, along streets and in other public areas.  The board is responsible for programming and events relating to storm-water quality like invasive removal and other fun projects. […]

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Apply to the 20th year of the Citizen’s Police Academy

Applications to attend the 20th-annual Citizen’s Police Academy are now being accepted through 5 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 27, 2017. Class size is limited so early registration is encouraged. Application forms are available at the Iowa City Police Department, Coralville Police Department, Johnson County Sheriff’s Office, North Liberty Police Department and the University Of Iowa […]

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$300,000 committed in soil quality restoration

In May, the city launched the largest soil quality restoration grant program in the state, with grants up to $1,500 available to North Liberty households to pay for 100 percent of an SQR project. These projects will not only improve residential soil quality and produce greener, lusher lawns, but improve local water quality by slowing […]

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Police Department releases results of 2016 community survey

In North Liberty, the police department wants to ensure this community has full faith and trust in its police. We want to make sure that we live up to the public’s expectations of officers and that we are following the mission of the North Liberty Police Department. Our first public survey was created to see […]

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