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Recreation Program Updates and Cancellations

Recreation Program Updates and Cancellations

The recreation department is open normal hours today, 8 a.m to 6 p.m.

Saturday morning swimming lessons and Tippi Toes Dance classes are cancelled.

NLC basketball is on as scheduled at all locations.

For specific program not mentioned call the Recreation Department at (319) 626-5716.

On-street parking prohibited 6 p.m. Friday to 6 p.m Saturday due to winter storm

On-street parking prohibited 6 p.m. Friday to 6 p.m Saturday due to winter storm

With a winter storm warning in effect, North Liberty will prohibit on-street parking beginning Friday, January 18, at 6 p.m. The prohibition is set to expire on Friday, January 18, at 6 p.m.

Parking on streets is not permitted until the snow emergency declaration has been lifted. Forecasts predict heavy winter weather, and crews will be working to clear roads through the snowfall. During the storm, roads may be slick or impassable; drivers are urged to avoid travel if possible.

Read more about this declaration.

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Community Hall of Fame Award

Inductees

2013

Russ Gerdin
Philanthropist and founder of Heartland Express

Natlie Wilkerson
Gave selflessly of her time, particularly to those in need, helping to found the North Liberty Community Pantry

2014

Tom Salm
Mayor who took office during a time of turmoil and led North Liberty forward with vision, consensus and selflessness

2015

Dave Hubler
Volunteer firefighter with 25 years of service, requiring dedication and sacrifice 

2018

Gordon Doak
Sharing a passion for bicycling by repairing, refurbishing and providing more than 400 bicycles to those in need

Criteria

The City of North Liberty developed a Community Hall of Fame Award for the purpose of recognizing individuals who have provided extraordinary public service and dedication to the city and its citizens. Persons who are eligible must live, work or provide services directly to North Liberty citizens.

Selection Criteria

  • Selection will be based on service rendered to the community. This includes services based on material contributions as well as personal public service contributions.
  • Special consideration will be given to those persons who have demonstrated a high level of volunteer leadership.
  • Services provided by participation in volunteer organizations and local groups are also important.
  • Longevity in public service is important but not totally compelling in determining the receipt of this award.
  • Community impact is the final criteria in determining the worthiness of a person receiving this award.
  • A person must have demonstrated a high degree of personal commitment and personal sacrifice to the community.

Selection Process

Nominations will be accepted from the general public being presented to the City Clerk’s Office at a specific time and date. The Selection Committee is comprised of the Mayor and City Council. Nomination forms will be available for formal nomination.

Awards will be presented at a formal fall or winter banquet or other venue as determined by the city elected officials.

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