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Indoor pool closed

Indoor pool closed

Our indoor pool is, unfortunately closed until further notice. Last night, a motor failed and will need to be replaced. We hope to have a timeline for reopening later in the week of May 13.

City Hall Reopened at 360 N Main St.

City Hall Reopened at 360 N Main St.

City Hall has moved from its previous, leased offices into the new, permanent building at 360 N. Main St. at 7 a.m.

The public can accesses the same services at the new location during the same business hours: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Departments located at the building include Administration, Billing and Finance, Building Inspection, Planning, Community Relations and Human Resources.

A ribbon cutting and open house is planned for Tuesday, May 14, from 4:30 to 6 p.m.

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55+ Connections: Week of 8/28/23

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CITY HALL, LIBRARY, AND REC CENTER CLOSED SEPTEMBER 4TH IN OBSERVANCE OF LABOR DAY. Trash pick up will be delayed by one day, addresses west of Ranshaw Way will be collected Wednesday, and addresses east of Ranshaw Way will be collected Thursday. 


55+ Connections Lunch 

Friday, September 1 

11:30 AM 

North Liberty Rec Center – Classrooms 3 & 4 

And just like that, August only has a few days left! For our first Friday of September, we’ll be having Hy Vee catering lunch and they are expected to bring beef & noodles, mashed potatoes, and garden salad (but all meals are subject to change). After lunch we’ll have a few rounds of BINGO, which is free to play with the chance to win small prizes! Registration for lunch just $5 and is required for all who attend. Participants must register before noon on Thursday, August 31st. Call the Rec Center to register (319)626-5716 or go online to your RecDesk Account and register yourself. 

Trivia Night at the Library 

Thursday, September 7 

6:30 PM 

North Liberty Library – Meeting Room BCD 

Who doesn’t love a good battle of the brains? Bring your friends for a night of trivia, snacks, and small prizes! Teams can be made up of five people or less. There will be a range of difficulties and topics for the questions so everyone will have a chance to show off their knowledge. Join us every other month on the first Thursday!   

One Community, One Book – Discussion  

Thursday, September 14 

6:30 PM 

North Liberty Library – Meeting Room CD 

Our 2023 One Community, One Book is The Farm by Joanne Ramos. Told from the perspective of four women, The Farm explores gender, race, and class, and of who has access to power, freedom, and choice. 

The North Liberty Library has additional copies of this book available for check out to read. Then, meet us at the library to discuss the book as a community on September 14th. On October 8th, the author will be giving a keynote presentation and doing a book signing at the Pomerantz Center C20 at the University of Iowa. 

For Adults Who Read JF – Book Club 

Sunday, September 17 

1:30 PM 

North Liberty Library – Meeting Room A 

After suffering a tragic loss, eleven-year-old Ollie only finds solace in books. So when she happens upon a crazed woman at the river threatening to throw a book into the water, Ollie doesn’t think—she just acts, stealing the book and running away. As she begins to read the slender volume, Ollie discovers a chilling story about a girl named Beth, the two brothers who both loved her, and a peculiar deal made with “the smiling man,” a sinister specter who grants your most tightly held wish, but only for the ultimate price. 
Ollie is captivated by the tale until her school trip the next day to Smoke Hollow, a local farm with a haunting history all its own. There she stumbles upon the graves of the very people she’s been reading about. Could it be the story about the smiling man is true? 

Check out a copy of this book from the library (there will be extra copies available) and then join us at the library to talk about it! 

Pollworker Opportunity 

Do you want to help make elections happen in Johnson County, practice your civic duty, and connect with the community?  Then apply to be a pollworker today!   

Here is a brief description of the job of a pollworker: 

– Attending training prior to the election 

– Setting-up polling place prior to the election start 

– Processing voters, distributing ballots, and helping voters 

– Overseeing that polls are running smoothly and in accordance with voting laws 

– Assisting in counting and reporting election results 

– Tearing-down of the polling place after election ceases  

Pollworkers are paid $16.75 an hour plus time and a half for shifts over 8 hours, and they are required to have transportation to and from the polling place. 

Learn more about being a Johnson County Pollworker here. 

Apply to become a pollworker here.

For more information, contact MacKenzie Northup at @[email protected] or 319-356-6004, stop by the Auditor’s Office at 913 S. Dubuque St., Suite 101 in Iowa City, Iowa. 

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