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Curbside Leaf Collection Scheduled Oct. 8 to Nov. 16

Curbside Leaf Collection Scheduled Oct. 8 to Nov. 16

Fall leaf collection is scheduled to start Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, and will run through Friday, Nov. 16, weather allowing.

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Area Attractions

Outdoor recreation abounds in and around North Liberty, with scenic biking, open parks and trails, convenient fishing and nearby by boating and hiking. North Liberty’s also home to a bustling library, a vibrant Community Center and welcoming restaurant patios. Blues & BBQ in the summer, Beat the Bitter in the winter and more celebrations year around. In the center of Iowa City-Cedar Rapids, we’re central to shopping, sports and so much more. If you’re coming to town, visit Think Iowa City for listings of hotels, restaurants and attractions.

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Blues & BBQ

Thousands gather in Centennial Park each July for the best live blues, food and fun for kids. Admission is always free.

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Lake Macbride State Park

The wooded state park surrounding the scenic lake offers camping, swimming, boating, picnicking, fishing, plus trails for hiking, bird watching or other sports.

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Beat the Bitter

Embracing winter like a Norseman, North Liberty celebrates with winter games and good cheer at the end of January and beginning of February. Winter kickball, an obstacle run, fireworks, games, food, drink and so much more.

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Coralville Lake

Coralville Lake offers birding, disc golf, beaches and boating. It’s also home to Devonian Fossil Gorge, an exposed 375-million-year-old ocean floor of fossils.

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Quail Creek Golf Course

North Liberty’s 9-hole course, surrounded by beautiful Iowa landscape.

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Sugar Bottom Trails

Build for mountain biking, and great for hiking, the Sugar Bottom network of trails are maintained by the Iowa Coalition of Off-Road Riders.

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