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Breakfast with Santa photos are here!

Photos from last week’s Breakfast with Santa at the Community Center are now available, courtesy of Elizabeth Pearson Photography. To view, simply create an account or login with a Facebook or Google account.

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Police take the I-PLEDGE pledge

The North Liberty Police Department has taken a pledge to keep tobacco, alternative nicotine and vapor products out of the hands of North Liberty youth. Known as I-PLEDGE, the program is a partnership with the Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division to educate local retailers and to enforce Iowa’s tobacco, alternative nicotine and vapor product laws. Since […]

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What do you expect?

North Liberty and surrounding area have experienced exceptional growth. As the community grows, the fire department must adjust and adapt to its changing environment. Calls for service have increased and are expected to reach past 1,200 this year, all with a volunteer response force. We are asking your help to assist with determining priorities and […]

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New dance classes for tots start in January

Tippi Toes, dance classes with the mission to develop a love of dancing in children by creating a positive experience that promotes healthy living habits, helps build self-confidence and a love for others, is coming the North Liberty Community Center in 2018. Registration opens on Dec. 20, 2017, online and in person. We’ll offer three […]

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Have energy and like the water? Become an aquatics class instructor

The North Liberty Aquatic Center is looking for a high energy, enthusiastic Aqua instructor! The classes are from 8 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. and 9 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. on Mondays with the flexibility to teach occasionally on Wednesdays and Fridays. Class instruction takes place in the deep end and shallow end of the pool. […]

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Frequently asked questions about the landfill’s corrugated cardboard ban

Beginning Jan. 2, 2018, the Iowa City Landfill will ban corrugated cardboard. This will affect the landfill’s entire service area, including North Liberty customers. Customers can help us comply by recycling cardboard instead of throwing it away. This will save them money in the short term (since recycling is a fixed rate while trash is […]

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Use of fireworks remain prohibited

This holiday, a reminder that the use of fireworks in North Liberty remains prohibited. While changes in state law earlier this year allowed counties and cities to set their own rules for the use of consumer fireworks, the North Liberty City Council declined to legalize their use in city limites. Sparklers and similar items remain […]

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Tell us what recreation amenities you use

The Parks and Recreation Commission is seeking public feedback about what recreation opportunities you and your family currently use, and what additional opportunities you and your family desire. Take a brief survey by Jan. 31, 2018, to help the commission while it looks to plan for the future needs of North Liberty.

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Feedback sought on zoning ordinance amendment related to rental property

The city council is currently considering amending its zoning ordinance to address changes in state law the affects its ability to limit rental units based on family units. The city council would like public feedback, from landlords, tenants and other community members, about how to address the issue, outlined below. Feedback submitted with the form […]

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“Bah, humbug!” at the Library

On Friday, Dec. 1, at 6:30 p.m., the North Liberty Community Library will present A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, performed by Ben Carling. Mr. Carling will perform from the original script Dickens used for a public reading in Boston in 1867.  This one-man performance will bring multiple characters from the beloved classic to life. Ben Carling […]

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