Latest Alerts:
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.

Subscribe to Alerts

Parks and Recreation Commission on September 1, 2022


7:00pm, City Council Chambers, 1 Quail Creek Circle, North Liberty, Iowa

This meeting may be accessed live by the public in person or on the internet at, on Facebook at or on YouTube at Meetings are rebroadcast on cable and available on-demand on

  1. Call to Order
  2. Approval of Minutes
    1. August 4, 2022
  3. Reports
    1. Parks Report
    2. Recreation/Pool Report
    3. Questions, Concerns, Updates
  4. New Business
  5. Old Business
  6. Next Meeting
    1. Thursday, October 6, 2022, at 7:00pm.
  7. Adjourn


Board Meeting Minutes
Present: Jeremy Parrish, Richard Grugin, Gwen Johnson, Kevin Stibal, Gwen Johnson
Other Present: Shelly Simpson, Brian Motley, Guy Goldsmith
Board Meeting Date: September 1, 2021

1. Call to Order

2. Approval of Minutes
i. Motion: Jeremy Parrish
ii. Second: Gwen Johnson
a. Kevin Stibal will act as secretary for the September meeting

3. Reports
a. Parks report (Guy Goldsmith)
i. Seasonal employees finishing projects
ii. Rec Center roofing
iii. Maintain equipment
iv. Weekly ball field maintenance
v. Monthly playground inspection
vi. Splash pad is open until weather dictates otherwise
vii. Mowing/Trimming/Grading/Seeding
viii. Landscape crews continued maintenance
ix. Forestry crews removing diseased elm trees
x. Mud-jacking on trails
xi. Installed story walk along Liberty Center
xii. Babe Ruth baseball shed insulation, plywood, and painted inside
xiii. Installed new irrigation line and meter
xiv. Removal of old backstop
xv. Installed new benches at various parks
xvi. Grading Seeding of tennis/pickleball courts
xvii. New signs for pickleball
xviii. Guy attended training for new pedestrian tunnel lighting
b. Recreation Report (Shelly Simpson)
i. Summer camp and swim lessons have ended
ii. Enrollment for Sept-Dec programs has begun
iii. Monthly revenues totaling $116,478
iv. Rec database breakdown: 11,528 residents, 6,799 nonresidents; up 312 this month
v. Aqua classes continue to be popular
vi. Ashley offered lifeguard/CPR classes.
vii. Aqua programs totaled $6,352.50
viii. Fall swim lesson enrollment took place
ix. Capacity for swim lessons limited due to staff shortages
x. Fall swim lesson revenue was $16,833.25
c. Recreation Program Report (Shelly Simpson and Brian Motley)
i. Supreme youth sports league began with cooperative programs with Tiffin/Coralville
ii. Supreme volleyball totaled 130 participants
iii. Supreme football totaled 105 participants
iv. Soccer camp totaled 18 participants
v. League fees totaled $13,120
vi. Recsters Summer camp ended
vii. Due to changes in summer plans, refunds were offered and BASP was (-) $220 loss
viii. Fitness and aerobic classes had 16 registered participants
ix. Tippi Toes Dance had 48 participants
x. Senior connection lunches had 90 meals
xi. Classes program revenues were $27,217
xii. Outdoor pool closes on Sept 4th
xiii. Indoor pool temporarily closed
xiv. Request made for pool revenue comparison over the last few years
xv. Grant funding for Centennial Park has been approved by City Council

6. Next Meeting
a. October 6, 2022.
i. Gwen Johnson
ii. Jeremy Parish (second)



Information Packet
Google Translate