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Office and facility hours affected by holiday Friday through Sunday

Office and facility hours affected by holiday Friday through Sunday

On Friday, April 19, 2019, the city’s administrative offices, including City Hall at 3 Quail Creek Circle, will be closed for Good Friday. Other services will be closed or have adjusted hours through Sunday, April 21.

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Lane Reduction on Dubuque Street at Main Street on Friday

Lane Reduction on Dubuque Street at Main Street on Friday

Beginning at 8 a.m. on Friday, April 19, 2019, MidAmerican Energy will reduce Dubuque Street to one lane at Main Street near Reds Alehouse. The lane reduction will be controlled by flaggers.

The closure is required so the utility company can relocate its infrastructure. The lane is expected to reopen around 5 p.m.

Drivers are asked to use caution around the work site, allow extra travel time, and find alternative routes when possible.

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We Faced Down the Coldest Winter in Years. Now Celebrate with Fire (and Ice)

As we emerge from the coldest temperatures in years, North Liberty’s Beat the Bitter is excited to celebrate with the community at the free family Fire & Ice Friday presented by GEICO, on Feb. 1, 2019, from 3 to 7 p.m.

Fire & Ice Friday includes horse-drawn carriage rides, the opening of the public ice skating rink, a bonfire with s’mores, a fireworks finale and more at Penn Meadows Park, 170 N. Dubuque Street.

“After days stuck at home without school, Fire & Ice Friday offers a chance for families to do something off the couch. We’re embracing winter and are excited to celebrate with the community,” says Jillian Miller, the City of North Liberty’s community engagement coordinator and chair of the planning committee. “This bitter will not beat us.”

Adults are invited to get active during the Winter Games presented by Scheels on Feb. 2, starting with the 5K-ish Obstacle Run at 9 a.m., also at Penn Meadows Park.

Beat the Bitter runs through Saturday, Feb. 2, with additional events hosted by local organizations and businesses. Explore the full schedule and register at

Beat the Bitter is organized by the North Liberty Community Betterment Group, a registered 501(c)(3) organization. Special thanks to GEICO, Scheels, Collins Community Credit Union, JCI Johnson County, University of Iowa Community Credit Union, Hills Bank, Think Iowa City, Diventures, South Slope Cooperative Communications, Junge Ford North Liberty, Big Grove Brewery, Z102.9, BDL Transportation, Unique Events and the City of North Liberty for their generous support.

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