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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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A new name for a vital community corridor: 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. To that end, the North Liberty City Council solicited names from the community, convened a committee to consider suggestions and approved the committee’s recommendation. At 11 a.m. […]

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Pilot transit program ending Sept. 1

North Liberty’s weekday, intracity pilot bus program will be ended on Sept. 1, 2017. The program saw just an average of 25 trips per month, at an average cost to the city of $224.25 per ride, since its operation began in October 2016. The regular commuter route, in partnership with Coralville Transit, will continue. The pilot […]

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Join a new type of neighborhood watch

The North Liberty Police Department is building a neighborhood watch for the 21st Century and is asking for community help. The program is built on voluntary inclusion of a list of residents with exterior security cameras that can record video. Participation  is strictly voluntary and would only be used for crime prevention. Residents who would […]

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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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Juniper Street parking prohibited

The City Council has approved a prohibition against parking on the north side of Juniper Street from the intersection with Dubuque Street for 228 feet to the west. This is to allow safer traffic flow. The full list of approved prohibitions is posted here.

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City seeks residents for Transit Committee

As the City of North Liberty continues to assess options for public transit for residents, it seeks applicants to join its Transit Committee. This committee’s mission is to help shape the transit plan for the City of North Liberty. Unlike other groups, this is a committee, not board or commission, and includes residents, council members and […]

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Electric transmission line to be installed in utility easement along Penn Street

Notices from the Central Iowa Power Cooperative will be arriving soon for property owners located near the W Penn Street right-of-way and utility easement area and on east toward North Liberty Road regarding a future utility line that will be installed by Primoris Aevenia, a subcontractor of CIPCO, beginning in July. This is not a […]

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