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Independence Day hours for city facilities

In observance of Independence Day, City Hall, the North Liberty Community Library and other city offices will be closed Tuesday, July 4. The North Liberty Recreation Center will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. On July 4, the outdoor pool will be open from noon to 6 p.m. each day.

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Openings for swimming lessons starting June 26 remain

Openings remain for morning swimming lesson for the session that begins on June 26 and runs weekdays through July 7 (no lessons will be held July 4). For current openings, visit ActiveNet. For a description of levels, visit the swimming lessons information page.

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New backflow prevention inspection program gets off the ground

North Liberty water customers may soon receive a letter from Aqua Backflow, a national firm located in Elgin, Ill., in conjunction with a new inspection program. This program, approved last month by the North Liberty City Council, provides an additional safeguard against cross connections between the city’s water supply and private water systems. Required by […]

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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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Coralville man reported missing has been located

Michael David Graham, age 37 of Coralville, who was reported missing on June 5, was located at an Omaha hotel by the Omaha PD and is currently with their officers.  His vehicle was also located at the hotel. The North Liberty Police Department would like to thank the media, Mr. Graham’s family members, social media […]

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Updated: Coralville man reported missing

Update: Michael Graham has been located. On June 5, 2017, the North Liberty Police Department received a missing person report. According to family members, Michael David Graham, age 37 of Coralville, last known location was at 7 Hawkeye Drive in North Liberty.  He drives a black four door 2016 Volkswagen Jetta, bearing Iowa license plate ELL […]

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New water and sewer rates in effect July 1, 2017

Effective July 1, 2017, North Liberty’s water and sanitary sewer rates will change. Other services that appear on monthly city utility bills will remain the same. The minimum charge for sanitary sewer customers will increase by $1.43 to $30.03, and will include the first 1,000 gallons of use, and each 1,000 gallons of use above […]

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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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Outdoor pool and splash pad open Memorial Day weekend

Memorial Day means a long weekend, grilling out and the opening of North Liberty’s outdoor pool and splash pad. Beginning Saturday, May 27, 2017, the Community Center’s outdoor pool, at 520 W. Cherry St., and Penn Meadows Park splash pad, on the north side of the park off of east Penn Street, will open for the season. The […]

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