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Join our Haunted Happenings coloring contest

For this year’s Haunted Happenings, we are hosting a coloring contest. Kids can pick up a coloring sheet at the North Liberty Community Center front desk to take home and color. Bring it back to the rec center to be entered to win a prize! Winners will be chosen by age group and announced at […]

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Nominations sought for North Liberty Hall of Fame’s 2017 class

The City of North Liberty is seeking nominations for 2017 induction into the community’s Hall of Fame. The award was developed in 2013 to recognize individuals who provided extraordinary public service and dedication to the community. Past inductees are Russ Gerdin, in 2013, a philanthropist and the founder of Heartland Express; Dave Hubler, in 2015, a […]

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North Liberty named one of the best places to live

Money magazine has named North Liberty one of the best 100 places to live for 2017. In the nationwide assessment, that considered more than 70 separate types of data, according to the magazine, looking at factors sharing each town’s economy, cost of living, education, housing, crime, amenities and ease of living. North Liberty was recognized as […]

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Spooky (and less spooky) fun descends this October

October brings a ton of Halloween fun to town, including a variety of public events. And with this year including a Friday the 13th, who knows what’s going to happen. Delve into the fact and fiction of ghost hunting with Television and the Truth: the Reality Between Paranormal Investigating at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 13, at the […]

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Police Department respond to David Lee Court residence (updated)

Around 2:19 a.m., North Liberty officers were requested to check the area of David Lee Court for a vehicle and suspect involved in a robbery in Iowa City.  Officers located a vehicle fitting the description.  Iowa City Police came to the area to investigate and collect evidence.  While on scene, around 5:10 a.m., officers made […]

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Trail connections planned for 2018

This fiscal year, the city will extend its 19-mile existing trail network by completing three connecting trail segments as part of the city council’s priority to increase North Liberty’s trail connectivity. The trail projects in the current fiscal year, the top three priorities, include: Penn Street: approximately half mile on the south side of the […]

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Fall leaf collection starts Oct. 9

City crews will collect leaves curbside beginning the week of Oct. 9, 2017. This free service will run through the week of Nov. 13. To have your leaves collected, rake them within two feet of the street by 7 a.m. on each Monday. Crews will collect them by Friday. Don’t bag your leaves or mix them […]

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Good neighbor meeting for property on northwest corner of Meade Drive and W Penn Street

The city may soon consider a rezoning for property and the public is invited to an open house-style meeting being held to explain the proposal. . The property is at the northwest corner of Meade Drive and W Penn Street. The proposal is to rezone the property to C-2-A (Highway Commercial), so that a new […]

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Good neighbor meeting for property on Madison Avenue between Penn Court and Kansas Avenue

The city may soon consider a rezoning for property and the public is invited to an open house-style meeting being held to explain the proposal. The property is on N Madison Avenue, between Penn Court and Kansas Avenue. The proposal is to rezone the property to RM-12 (Residential Multi-Family allowing approximately 12 units per acre), […]

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Police requesting public’s assistance to identify suspect

The North Liberty Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a possible suspect involved in a car burglary and a subsequent fraudulent purchase at a local store. The pictures above were captured on Thursday, September 7, 2017, at approximately 7:50 a.m. near the Wal-Mart in Iowa City off of Hwy 1. Anyone […]

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