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Masks required in city’s buildings

Masks required in city’s buildings

The City of North Liberty now requires masks in its public, indoor spaces. These spaces include the Community Center, City Hall and Council Chambers. This requirement will be in effect while Johnson County sees substantial and high levels of community coronavirus transmission.

This policy, in line with public health guidance from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Johnson County Public Health, is targeted to help protect the community from the highly contagious Delta variant of the virus that causes COVID-19, which is responsible for increasing hospitalizations, including among children.

While the rapid spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant is concerning, vaccines provide excellent protection against serious illness and help protect others who are vulnerable to the disease. The best way to protect yourself, your family and your community from COVID-19 is to get a free vaccination, available for those 12 and older at local pharmacies and hospitals. Visit to find a site for a free, safe and effective vaccination convenient for you.

The city’s approach to its public health policies are a dial, not a switch, as we provide targeted mitigation in line with guidance from our public health partners. As guidance and conditions change, we will update our policies.

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An honorary name for Highway 965

The North Liberty City Council has expressed a desire to add an honorary designation to Highway 965 through North Liberty (the road is officially Coral Ridge Avenue through Coralville) and approved a process to do so on March 8, 2016. The project will cost about $3,500 for signage, and will not change any postal addresses.

Suggestions from the public will be accepted via this form through 5 p.m. on Friday, April 8, 2016.

A committee of residents, business representatives, city staff and elected officials will select a name and make a recommendation to the City Council, tentatively in June, for approval and adoption.  You can apply online here through April 1, 2016. Appointments will be made by the Mayor, and approved by the City Council, on April 12, 2016.

The committee will consider the following criteria:
Community Pride: The road should bear a name that in somewhat showcases the community, its history and future, as well as be a point of pride for our residents, businesses and other stakeholders.
Timeless: The road should bear a name that won’t feel dated and tired in the future and isn’t subject to trends or fads.
Native: The road should bear a name that feels of this place.
Originality: The road should bear a name that will stand out, and not be lost in the sea of street names.
Ease of Use: The road should bear a name that is easy to pronounce, read, say and remember.

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