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Parks and Recreation on June 7, 2018


North Liberty Parks & Recreation Committee Meeting
Thursday, June 7, 2018
Proposal of Agenda


  1. Approve minutes from meeting of: Minutes from May 3 meeting.
  2. Public Comments/Concerns: Open to public for comments and concerns; 5 minutes per person time limit.
  3.  Park Board Applicants: We have 10 applications; New members appointed June 12.
  4. Fees/Membership Discussion: Recap of proposal sent to city council for approval. Anticipate July 1 implementation.
  5. Building & Grounds Report: Parks Monthly Report
  6. Outdoor Pool Opening Weekend: Summary of Outdoor Pool opening
  7. Outdoor Pool Operations: High Demand – Water Clarity has closed pool early most days.
  8. Upcoming Events: Summer Camp/Knight Riders
    Summer Lunch Program
    Summer Swim Lessons
    Bike Rodeo / Slow Roll June 15
    CR Kernels June 23
  9. Any new issues not on the agenda?


  1. Recreation Monthly Report: Report included in packet summarizing the past month.
  2. Any old business not on agenda?


  1. Next Meeting: Thursday, July 5, 2018 at 7:00 PM Location: City Council Chambers at 1 Quail Creek Circle
  2. Adjourn


North Liberty Parks & Recreation Committee Meeting

Thursday, June 7, 2018


Board Members Present:   Matthew Eckhardt, Jeff Kellbach, Scott Stahmer, Jami Maxson, RaQuishia Harrington, Megan Lehman

Others Present: Shelly Simpson, Guy Goldsmith, Brian Motley

Meeting called to order: 7:01 pm




  1. Approve minutes: Minutes from May 3 meeting approved.


  1. Park Board applications: Have 10 applicants for 2 positions, new members appointed June 12.


  1. Fees/Membership: Recap of proposal to present to City Council.  Shelly will appear before council at June 12 meeting.


  1. Building and Grounds Report: Most seasonal staff now on board.  Time spent landscaping, watering, on ballfield maintenance.  Splash pad open for season. Getting ready for June 18 playground installation, week later will do pour and play surface.  Rock boulder climbing area installed July 16.  Thanks to Heritage Christian for their Day of Service, worked mulching trees.


  1. Outdoor Pool Opening Weekend: Summary of revenue compared to past year, revenue second highest on record with warm weather (may have been highest except for need to close early).


  1. Outdoor Pool Operations:pool has had to close early most days due to water clarity and safety issues.  Staff and outside consultants are working to try to find cause.


  1. Upcoming Events: Summer camp/Knight riders                       this week

Summer lunch program                    this week

Summer swim lessons                      this week

Bike rodeo/slow roll                                         June 15

CR Kernals                                                      June 23



  1. Recreation Monthly Report: May is break time for swim lessons; popular activities were Pee Wee sports and Blastball.


  1. Old Business: a) Locker room renovations at Rec Center almost complete
  2. b) Dog Park is closer to reality, possible action on land at upcoming CIty Council meeting.




  1. Next Meeting Thursday July 5, 2018 at 7:00PM

Location: City Council Chambers at 1 Quail Creek Circle


  1. Adjourned at 8:21 pm


Minutes submitted by Jami Maxson







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