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Indoor pool closed

Indoor pool closed

Our indoor pool is, unfortunately closed until further notice. Last night, a motor failed and will need to be replaced. We hope to have a timeline for reopening later in the week of May 13.

City Hall Reopened at 360 N Main St.

City Hall Reopened at 360 N Main St.

City Hall has moved from its previous, leased offices into the new, permanent building at 360 N. Main St. at 7 a.m.

The public can accesses the same services at the new location during the same business hours: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Departments located at the building include Administration, Billing and Finance, Building Inspection, Planning, Community Relations and Human Resources.

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

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Pet Licenses & Dog Park Passes


North Liberty Annual Pet Licenses

Apply for a Pet License

A North Liberty Pet License is required for each cat and dog residing in North Liberty city limits, per North Liberty Code 56.01. Pet Licensing & Animal Control (PDF) paraphrases Code of Ordinances chapters related to cats and dogs, outlining the roles and responsibilities expected of pet owners in North Liberty.

Please fill out one Pet License application for each pet. To apply, click on the green “Apply for a Pet License” button above for the online form; printed copies are available at City Hall, WE MOVED! 360 N Main St, North Liberty or print your own (PDF).

The first year of licensure is $25 per pet. If the pet is spayed/neutered, then annual renewals are free for the life of the pet, so long as it remains with the same household in North Liberty; if the pet is intact, then the annual renewal fee is $25. The license fee is waived for service dogs and for one spayed or neutered pet of a person 62 years old and older.

Once your online application has been processed by staff, you will receive an email outlining your options to remit payment. If you do not receive a response email from staff within ten (10) business days, then you should email [email protected] to confirm whether your application was received.

Pet Licensing FAQ (PDF)
Pet Licensing & Animal Control (PDF)


Red Fern Dog Park Annual Passes

Apply for a Park Pass

Red Fern Dog Park Annual Passes are available to dogs over 16 weeks with a current rabies vaccination that has not been deemed dangerous. Dog must not have been previously deemed dangerous by a law enforcement agency. Dogs of North Liberty residents (live on property within city limits) must have a North Liberty Pet License (application above) before applying for a Red Fern Dog Park Annual Pass.

To apply, click on the green “Apply for a Park Pass” button above for the online form; printed copies are available at City Hall, WE MOVED! 360 N Main St, North Liberty or print your own (PDF).

Passes expire on December 31 of each year and need to be annually renewed. For North Liberty residents, passes are $50 for the first dog and $25 for each additional dog in the household. Passes are prorated starting September 1 of each year.

Day Passes and Week Passes are not available.

Once your online application has been processed by staff, you will receive an email outlining your options to remit payment. If you do not receive a response email from staff within ten (10) business days, then you should email [email protected] to confirm whether your application was received.

Map, Rules & Etiquette (PDF)
Red Fern Dog Park Brochure (PDF)


Red Fern Dog Park Annual Passes

Apply for a Park Pass

Red Fern Dog Park Annual Passes are available to dogs over 16 weeks with a current rabies vaccination living in or visiting the Johnson County, Iowa area. Dog must not have been previously deemed dangerous by a law enforcement agency.

Non-residents should check with their governing entity to determine whether they should have a pet license for their dog (Coralville, Iowa City, Tiffin).

To apply, click on the green “Apply for a Park Pass” button above for the online form; printed copies are available at City Hall, WE MOVED! 360 N Main St, North Liberty or print your own (PDF).

Passes expire on December 31 of each year and need to be annually renewed. Passes are $55 for the first dog of non-residents and $30 for each additional dog in the household. Passes are prorated starting September 1 of each year.

Day Passes and Week Passes are not available.

Once your online application has been processed by staff and your dog’s Red Fern Dog Park Annual Pass is ready, then you will receive an email outlining your options to remit payment and receive your pass. If you do not receive a response email from staff within ten (10) business days, then you should email [email protected] to confirm whether your application was received.

Map, Rules & Etiquette (PDF)
Red Fern Dog Park Brochure (PDF)

I have a North Liberty Pet License and/or Red Fern Dog Park Pass for the current year and I need to: 

  • update my contact information (such as, address or phone number);
  • change my pet’s veterinary clinic; 
  • send an updated rabies vaccination report;
  • submit my spay/neuter proof (only North Liberty residents);
  • let you know my pet has passed; and/or
  • send a more recent photo of my pet.

Update Information Here

 

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City of North Liberty Pet Licenses & Red Fern Dog Park Passes are administered and managed by staff at North Liberty City Hall (WE MOVED! 360 N Main St, North Liberty, IA 52317). Questions? Stop by in person or contact staff at [email protected] or (319) 626-5700. Office hours are 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday, except holidays.

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