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City Hall Closed Wednesday, April 24, for Move

City Hall Closed Wednesday, April 24, for Move

City Hall will be closed on Wednesday, April 24, 2024, so staff can move from the current, leased offices to the new, permanent building.

The final day of operations at 3 Quail Creek Center will be Tuesday, April 23.

City Hall will reopen at 360 N. Main St. at 7 a.m. on Thursday, April 25.

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

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GreenState Credit Union Commits $25,000 to North Liberty’s Next Stage Capital Campaign

The City of North Liberty has received a $25,000 contribution from GreenState Credit Union in support of Building North Liberty’s Next Stage campaign.

GreenState’s pledge, received in mid-November, helped City staff secure a $900,000 Community Attraction & Tourism grant from the Enhance Iowa Board on Dec. 7. The state grant favors projects that have local business and individual buy-in.

“GreenState is excited to participate and build momentum for this project,” stated Jim Kelly, Chief Marketing Officer for GreenState Credit Union. “As long-standing members of this community ourselves, we see the value it will bring to families throughout the entire corridor.”

Organized in 1938, GreenState has grown to be Iowa’s largest credit union and one of the top financial institutions in the United States for returning profits to members in the form of better rates and lower fees. The credit union’s mission is to improve the quality of life for over 447,000 members in the communities they serve by volunteering time and donating funds to support local organizations and charities that allow communities to thrive.

“It takes investment across community stakeholders to bring projects like this to life,” said Mayor Chris Hoffman. “We’re grateful for GreenState’s shared enthusiasm to continue developing North Liberty as a place to live, work and play.”

The capital campaign will enhance Centennial Park with a new amphitheater, indoor event space, pavilion, splash pad, shelters, restrooms, and an honor garden to recognize Iowa’s service men and women. The improvements will be constructed in four phases. The first and largest phase at $8.8 million will break ground summer 2024 with completion in 2025. These amenities will increase access to arts and entertainment in North Liberty, relieve pressure from the very-in-demand Community Center for event and meeting space and draw folks from around the region to our community.

A designated fund has been established at the Community Foundation of Johnson County to accept donations. The community foundation can accept a wide array of gifts, including cash, stocks and required annual 401k distributions. Contributions of any size are meaningful and eligible for tax deduction. View donor levels and opportunities, including naming a picnic table or limestone seat, and give at

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