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319. 665. 2199
PO BOX 288
NORTH LI BERTY
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NORTH
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HIGH QUALITY MEDICAL SERVICES:
Advanced heart and vascular care with Johnson
County’s only Accredited Chest Pain Center
Leadership in orthopedic care, joint replacement
surgery and spine surgery
Individualized maternity care in a homelike setting
24-hour emergency room at the corner of Gilbert &
Bloomington streets with free parking near the door
Digestive Center with endoscopy suite
Cancer care provided through a team approach
General surgery with minimally invasive approaches
Inpatient psychiatry services
Outpatient wound center with bariatric treatments
Hospice unit providing support and dignity
Education and support
PRIMARY CARE LOCATIONS IN MANY COMMUNITIES:
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269 N. First Ave., Iowa City
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319-688-7777
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Coral West Health Center
2769 Heartland Dr., Suite 205
Coralville
319-688-7400
HOURS
Monday–Friday,
7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Weekends and Holidays,
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(Closed Christmas Day)
Johnson County’s
top-rated hospital
for patient satisfaction
Your direct line to a
registered nurse seven days a week
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and services are oIIered through Tryon Enterprises, LLC (dba Tryon Financial Group). Tryon Investments, LLC and Tryon Financial Group are aIfliated companies.
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Our Iounder (Michael Tryon) is 59, retired Irom corporate 'CEO¨ liIe (successIully turned around six
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Working for Clients,
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Our Strict Philosophies:
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319.665.5050 (ofñce)
855.TRYONUS (toll free)
www.tryonñnancial.com (company website)
www.tryonmoney.com (proprietary services site)
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North Liberty City Council .......................................page 4
North Liberty City Hall Staff ..................................page 5-6
North Liberty Boards and Commissions ..........page 8-9
Community Celebrations ........................................page 13
NLTV/ Telecommunications Department ..........page 15
North Liberty Public Works Staff ....................page 16-17
North Liberty Police Department .........................page 18
North Liberty Fire Department .............................page 19
North Liberty City General Information .............page 20
Some rules to live by in North Liberty ................page 21
North Liberty Recreation Center....................page 23-26
North Liberty Aquatic Center .................................page 26
Additional copies of our Discover North Liberty guide
are available at North Liberty City Hall and:
P.O. Box 288 • North Liberty, IA 52317
665-2199
North Liberty City Parks ....................................page 28-32
North Liberty Community Library .................page 33-34
North Liberty Schools ........................................page 37-42
North Liberty Clubs & Organizations ...........page 43, 46
North Liberty City Map ....................................pages 44-45
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North Liberty
The City of North Liberty is governed by a mayor
and council of five members. The council is served
by a full-time city administrator to operate daily
business. The council meets on the second and
fourth Tuesdays of each month at 6:30 p.m. The
council chambers are located at 1 Quail Creek
Circle, two doors down from City Hall.
COLEEN CHIPMAN
1490 W. Forevergreen Rd.
626-6958
iccoleen@southslope.net
Elected: 11/8/2011
Term Expires: 12/31/2015
GERRY KUHL
MAYOR PRO TEM
1180 Saint Andrews Dr.
626-6576
gkuhlap@aol.com
Elected: 11/5/2014
Term Expires: 12/31/2017
TERRY DONAHUE
125 Vixen Lane
hzhonor@att.net
626-3774
Elected: 11/8/2011
Term Expires: 12/31/2015
CHRIS HOFFMAN
365 Fox Run
665-4241
hoffmanchris5@gmail.com
Elected: 11/8/2011
Term Expires: 12/31/2015
BRIAN WAYSON
1550 W. Forevergreen Rd
626-6069
brian.wayson@northlibertyiowa.org
Elected: 11/5/2014
Term Expires: 12/31/2017
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administration
Administrative Assistant
Jackie Dykstra
jdykstra@northlibertyiowa.org
Deputy City Clerk
Mary Byers
mbyers@northlibertyiowa.org
Human Resources
Director
Deb Hilton
dhilton@northlibertyiowa.org
City Planner
Dean Wheatley
626-5747
dwheatley@northlibertyiowa.org
Assistant City
Administrator/City Clerk
Tracey Mulcahey
tmulcahey@northlibertyiowa.org
City Administrator
Ryan Heiar
rheiar@northlibertyiowa.org
Administrative Assistant
Kellie Helm
khelm@northlibertyiowa.org
In 2009, city administration
offices (City Hall) were relocated
to 3 Quail Creek Circle (across Highway 965
from Gasby’s) in North Liberty. City Hall can be
reached by telephone at 319-626-5700 and is
open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays.
City Hall Staff
NORTH LIBERTY CITY HALL
3 QUAIL CREEK CIRCLE
PO BOX 77
626-5700
City Attorney
Scott Peterson
626-5766
speterson@northlibertyiowa.org
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Kevin Trom
SHIVE-HATTERY INC.
319-354-3040
Human Res./Legal Asst.
Jackie Harris
626-5766
jharris@northlibertyiowa.org
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Code Official
Tom Palmer
tpalmer@northlibertyiowa.org
626-5713
Construction Inspector
Bill Minor
bminor@northlibertyiowa.org
Building Inspector
Jerry Christensen
jchristensen@northlibertyiowa.org
Building Inspector
Brian Shay
bshay@northlibertyiowa.org
Building Department
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Trudy Conklin
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GROCERY
626-6799
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Farm Fresh Produce
Weekly Store Specials
Economical
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North Liberty 626-2011
365 Beaver Kreek Ctr.
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A-1 Siding Windows & More ...................................page 32
A+ Accounting Services Inc. ...................................page 18
Adair Chiropractic ...................................................page 12
Animal Kingdom Veterinary Care Center ................page 11
Bunting Construction ..............................................page 36
Coralville Lake Marina ............................................page 17
Crystal Clear ...........................................................page 47
North Liberty Dairy Queen ........................................page 6
Debut Dance ...........................................................page 20
Design Dental .........................................................page 14
Design Lines ...........................................................page 17
Fareway ....................................................................page 6
Forever Green Landscaping & Garden Center .......page 34
Great Western Bank ...............................................page 19
H&R Block ..............................................................page 36
Hausers Water Systems .........................................page 11
Heritage Christian School .......................................page 27
Hills Bank & Trust ...................................................page 25
Home Repair Team .................................................page 35
HRT Building and Remodeling ...............................page 35
J.L. Palmer .............................................................page 41
Jans Lawn Care & Landscaping .............................page 48
JJ’s Cupcakes ........................................................page 13
K9 Design Grooming Salon ....................................page 15
Kuhl, Phillips & Jans, Inc. .......................................page 34
Liberty Motors .........................................................page 41
Liberty Pharmacy ....................................................page 43
Linn County REC ....................................................page 11
Mercy Hospital Iowa City ..........................................page 2
MercyCare Family Practice/Urgent Care ................page 14
Montessori Children’s Garden ................................page 12
North Liberty First United Methodist Church ..........page 23
North Liberty Auto ...................................................page 37
North Liberty Clinic of Chiropractic .........................page 23
North Liberty Leader .........................................page 21, 47
North Liberty Pet Clinic ...........................................page 30
North Liberty True Value .........................................page 39
Podiatry Associates ..................................................page 9
Shear Encounters ...................................................page 30
Sorensen’s Water Conditioning ..............................page 36
South Slope Cooperative Communications Co. .....page 24
Tryon Financial .........................................................page 3
University of Iowa Community Credit Union ...........page 10
Windmill Manor .......................................................page 22
Windmill Pointe .......................................................page 22
Yuppy Puppy ..........................................................page 12
P.O. Box 288 • North Liberty, IA 52317 • 665-2199
The Discover North Liberty
guide 2014 was published by the staf
of the North Liberty Leader, and distributed
in the June 2014 edition of North Johnson
County, a free monthly newspaper.
For advertising in any of our publications, email us at: advertising@southslope.net
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PLANNING AND ZONING
COMMISSION
This advisory board makes recom-
mendations to the city council regard-
ing requests for annexation, zoning,
amendments to the Comprehensive
Plan, subdivision plats and commercial
site plans. The Planning & Zoning Com-
mission assists in determining how North
Liberty will grow and how land is utilized.
The Planning and Zoning Commission
meets on the first Tuesday of each month
at 6:30 in the Council Chambers.
Jim Sayre
1395 Antler Dr.
Jimsayre56@gmail.com
Dec 2013-June 15
Annie Obrecht
510 Pond View Dr., #203
aobrecht@mercycare.org
Sept 2012-June 2015
Jason Heisler
1710 Stone Creek Cir.
Jason@hreic.com
July 2013-June 2016
Ronda Detlefson
455 N McKenzie Ln.
Ronda.detlefson@northlibertyiowa.org
July 2011-June 2014
David Moore
1270 Oxford Dr.
david.moore@northlibertyiowa.org
July 2011-June 2014
Jennifer Bleil
775 Chukar Cir.
jennhigg@hotmail.com
July 2013-June 2016
Josh Covert
545 Meadow Ln.
josh@joshcoverthomes.com
July 2011-June 2014
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
The Board of Adjustment hears and
decides appeals for building permit ap-
proval when a permit has been denied
because of non-compliance with certain
requirements of the zoning code. This
Board meets only when an appeal has
been filed. The Board of Adjustment
meets as needed, scheduled for the third
Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm
in the City Council Chambers (3 Quail
Creek Circle). For more information, call
City Hall at 626-5700.
Marissa Reed
490 Washington Ave. #3
mailprintnmore@southslope.net
Nov 2012-June 2014
Alison Werner-Smith
530 N. Dubuque St.
June 2012-June 2017
Wayne Grell
1075 W. Forevergreen Rd.
icway@southslope.net
July 2011-June 2016
Vacancy
TREE AND STORMWATER
ADVISORY BOARD
The duties of the Tree and Stormwater
Advisory Board include development
and oversight of policy regarding trees
and shrubs throughout North Liberty’s
public areas. They also assist in selec-
tion and preservation of trees in new
development. The stormwater man-
agement duties of the board include
oversight of City responsibilities to the
IDNR and EPA on stormwater quality
and pollutant control. This board meets
at the City Council Chambers the first
Wednesday of each quarter at 6:30 pm
as needed.
Thomas Stoeffler
1507 Vandello Cir.
thomasstoeffler@hotmail.com
July 2011-June 2014
Malinda Allen
430 Glenmoor Pl.
Malindaallen.47@gmail.com
July 2013-June 2016
Gary McDowell
1220 Copper Mountain Dr.
dav1941@gmail.com
Jan 2013-June 2014
Darice Baxter
520 S. Front St.
Darice-baxter@uiowa.edu
July 2013-June 2016
Sean Pearl
460 Bradley Pl. #3
Sean.pearl125@gmail.com
Jan 2013-June 2015
Guy Goldsmith
Parks Superintendent, ex-officio
LIBRARY BOARD OF
TRUSTEES
The Library Board of Trustees oversees
and sets policies for the operation of the
North Liberty Community Library. The
Library Board of Trustees meets the third
Monday of each month.
Shalome Tonelli
1245 Harvest St.
July 2011-June 2014
Melissa Murphy (County)
1990 Scales Bend Rd. NE
July 2011-June 2014
Nick Gefaller
470 N. McKenzie Ln.
July 2012-June 2015
John Henk
1595 Mink Cir.
July 2012-June 2015
Doug Neale
45 Tartan Dr.
July 2013-June 2016
Marcia Ziemer
565 Pond View Dr. #304
July 2013-June 2016
PARKS AND RECREATION
COMMISSION
The Parks and Recreation Commission
plans for the continuing development of
parks and recreation facilities in North
Liberty. They also set policies for oper-
ation of those facilities. The Parks and
Recreation Commission meets the first
Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. in the
City Council Chambers. Meetings are
replayed on NLTV.
Shelby Behrens
1270 Doe Run Dr.
July 2012-June 15
Kerry Fitzpatrick
750 Fox Valley Dr.
July 2012-June 2015
Bonnie Pitz
585 N. Front St.
July 2012-June 2015
Jami Maxson
205 Radcliffe Dr.
July 2011-June 2014
Carmen Noska
940 Fairview Ln.
July 2011-June 2014
Dan Skemp
40 Pinehurst Ct.
July 2013-June 2016
Jef Farland
1440 Alder Dr.
July 2013-June 2016
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The Telecommunications Commission
oversees the development and enforce-
ment of the cable TV franchise enabling
ordinance and franchise agreements
and acts as a liaison between the cable
providers and local subscribers. They
also set policy for the local access televi-
sion channel (NLTV).
The Telecommunications Commission
meets on the first Monday of the quarter
as necessary at 6 pm in the City Coun-
cil Chambers. PUBLIC IS ALWAYS
WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED TO
ATTEND! If you have questions about
the agenda, contact Nick Bergus, Com-
munications Director at 319-626-5726
or e-mail nbergus@ci.north-liberty.ia.us.
Katie Colony
1055 S. Front St.
Jan 2012-June 2015
Bryon Gattas
525 Meadow Ln.
March 2013-June 2014
Nicholas Osterhaus
266 Alydar Dr.
July 2013-June 2016
Valerie Hoffman
365 Fox Run
July 2011-June 2014
Vacancy
CEMETERY BOARD
The Cemetery Board, jointly with the
Penn Township Trustees, oversees
the operation and maintenance of the
Ridgewood Cemetery and the historic
cemetery in Penn Township. The Cem-
etery Board meets several times each
year.
Chris Croy
PO Box 103
July 2012-June 2015
Jeremy Ziemer
565 Pond View Drive #304
July 2013-June 2016
Don Koss
30 E. Hickory St.
May 2012- June 2014
Vacancy
BOARD OF APPEALS
The Board of Appeals hears and de-
cides appeals to decisions made by
the code official in the enforcement or
interpretation of the building code. This
Board meets only when an appeal has
been filed.
Thomas Kazmierczak
30 Penn Ridge Ct.
July 2011-June 2014
Doug Lee
60 Coyote Ct.
July 2011-June 2014
Mike Bails
1580 Ironwood Ln.
July 2012-June 2015
Vacancy
Vacancy
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Animal Kingdom
Veterinary Care Center
NORTH LIBERTY
626-2999
General
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Medicine & Surgery
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319.665.2323
10 Circle Dr. • North Liberty
www.adairchiropractic.com
Karla Adair, D.C.
Sarah Greene, D.C.
DO YOU SUFFER FROM:
IF SO, WE CAN HELP.
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Runner’s Knee
Tennis Elbow
Shin Splints
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
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Achilles Tendonitis
Rotator Cuf Injuries
Specializing in Chiropractic Care ART for Soft Tissue Injuries
Laser Terapy for Pain and Inflammation
Each of our groomers
will treat your pet
with love, kindness
& compassion!
Donna Hoseter
Owner/Groomer
Breann Osborn
Groomer
Yupy Pupy
www.yuppypuppysalon.com
665-6192 • Norh Librty
Fine Quality Grooming and Pet Services
~ Naps in Fuzzy Beds
~ Spa Shampoo &
Leave-In Conditioners
~ De-Shedding Solution
~ Hydrosurge Bathing
& Massage
~ Fluff Drying
~ Personalized Styling
& Hand Scissoring
~ Ear & Teeth Cleaning
~ Nail Trim &
Nail Grinding
~ Gland Expression
~ Self-Service Bathing
~ Bows & Bandanas
~ Spa Cologne
~ Pawticure with
Nail Trim & Nail Pawlish
~ Treats & Fun Toys
3710 CRIPPEN CT. NE
SALON
& SPA
Brnda Black
Groomer
Educating the Whole child: Heart and Mind
Come see how joyful school can be!
Inspiring a Sense
of Wonder
• Warm, supportive
atmosphere
• Preschoolers 3-6
• Montessori prepared
environment
• Spanish and Music
• Phonetics-based
reading approach
• Enriched mathematics
and science curriculum
• Peace education
• Multi-age classes
• Children proceed at
individual pace
• Family friendly school
• Summer program
We Have
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Afternoon
Preschool
20 Circle Drive • North Liberty • 319-665-9625
www.montessoriiowa.org
montgarden@montessoriiowa.org
Hours 7:30-5:30 Monday through Friday
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SATURDAY, JULY 12, 2014
FROM NOON TO 10 P.M.
Centennial Park
1565 St. Andrews Drive
northlibertyblues.org
North Liberty’s eighth annual free festival celebrating sum-
mer, community, and the arts, continues to bring the best
Iowa blues, mouthwatering barbecue and other treats, and
family-friend fun together for one great day. First hosted in
2006 to thank the community and showcase the newly-built
Liberty Centre Park and Pond, the event has grown each
year since. This year’s event highlights another exciting
new piece of North Liberty as it moves to Centennial Park,
on St. Andrews Drive near North Bend Elementary School.
The festival is supported by hundreds of volunteers and
dozens of local businesses, including presenting sponsor
South Slope Cooperative Communications, and offers free
live music– of course— but also craft beer, inflatable rides,
arts-inspired activities with a host of non-profit groups, a
fireworks spectacular finale, and more. For more information,
visit northlibertyblues.org.
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Celebrations
Community
Private Room Available
for your Special Day!
Ask about our Gluten Free Options
WE CATER!!
Weddings, Banquets
& Birthday Parties
25 East Cherry Street, North Liberty • 319.333.8020
Open Monday - Saturday 10am- 9pm • Sunday 1pm-8pm
JJ’ s Cupcakes and More
TREAT YOURSELF TO DELICIOUSNESS DAI LY!
Toppings
Bar
We are proud to carry Heyns Ice Cream
GOURMET
CUPCAKES
CAKEBALLS
Coffee &
Slushies
FAMOUS
Monster Cookies
BREADS
Chocolate Covered
Strawberries
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www.DesignDentalWeb.com
Smile & Be Remembered
Dr. S. Jeremy Tu, DDS, MS
115 N. Highway 965 • North Liberty • 319.626.2222
Excellence in dental care and technology
delivered by very nice people.
Preventative Care along with:
Restorative Dental Implants
Sleep Apnea • TMJ • Bonding • Bleaching
New Patients are welcomed.
Accept all dental insurance.
Come to our new location on Hwy 965!
Adjunct U of I Professor
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TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
626-5726
Erika Harper
Promotion Producer
eharper@northlibertyiowa.org
Nick Bergus
Production Coordinator
nbergus@northlibertyiowa.org
nltv
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North Johnson County, a free monthly newspaper.
70 Circle Drive, Unit C • North Liberty • Behind Rec Pool
K9 Design Grooming
SALON & SPA
by Deborah Bagwell
23 years Grooming Experience
FORMERLY K9’S WITH CLASS BY KATHY EVANS
Same location & phone 319-665-3155
call today to schedule your pets next appointment
Peace of Mind • Tender Loving Care
All Small/Medium Breeds • Yearly Appts.
Christina Erbe
Communications Specialist
cerbe@northlibertyiowa.org
COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
The North Liberty Communications Department is
your connection to city government and is dedicated
to providing community information and outreach in
North Liberty. It operates North Liberty’s local access
video channel and the city’s website, organizes special
events, works with non-profit and community groups,
and provides technical and communications services
to city departments and the general public.
NORTH LIBERTY TELEVISION
The city’s video channel, NLTV, can be seen on channel
5 by Mediacom subscribers, channel
268 by South Slope viewers, and live online from any-
where in the world.
NLTV is the premier source for local information and
event coverage. NLTV is a PEG channel, meaning there
is programming from public, education and government
sources. Any member of the public can submit a video
(meeting certain technical requirements) to play on
NLTV.
Government programming includes City Council and
other public meetings, as well as informational videos
about city services, events and development. NLTV
staff cover many local events and provide regular video
updates from city departments. To view NLTV live online
anytime, go to northlibertyiowa.org.
NORTH LIBERTY’S WEBSITE
The City of North Liberty’s website, northlibertyiowa.org,
gives residents the chance to get the latest news from
the city, contact officials, find public meeting agendas
and minutes and get essential community information.
You can also watch video online including all our live
coverage of all public meetings. North Liberty’s website
is also a great way to give feedback to city staff and
elected officials.
E-MAIL NEWSLETTERS
Get newsletters, alerts and other City of North Liberty
news delivered right to your inbox. Visit northlibertyiowa.
org/about-us/news-sign-up/ to join the list.
A SMART PHONE APP
Download a free smartphone app for Android and iOS
phones to get news, report issues, and connect with city
officials. Just visit your the App Store or Google Play
and find it by searching for “North Liberty.”
GET YOUR MESSAGE OUT
We can help your non-profit organization get exposure
by creating exciting videos documenting your services
and mission, working with you on social media cam-
paigns, or highlighting cool things you’re doing in a
newsletter. We’ve worked with the North Liberty Food
& Clothing Pantry, United Way of Johnson County, the
Garner Elementary PTO and other groups to promote
community-building.
FACEBOOK & TWITTER
Get updates and send us comments through social
networks. On behalf of the city, we maintain Facebook
and Twitter accounts that carry alerts, news and the
occasional fun photo. Check us out, follow and like us,
let us know what you think.
CONTACT US
The public is always welcome to stop by the Community
Center for a tour. If you would like to get involved, want to
give feedback, or desire any further information, please
contact Nick Bergus at 319-626-5756 or communica-
tions@northlibertyiowa.org.
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The City of North Liberty
Street Maintenance Depart-
ment is responsible for keep-
ing North Liberty’s approxi-
mately 74 miles of streets
clean, clear and safe for
travel. In the spring and sum-
mer, the crew conducts gen-
eral repairs, including sealing
cracks, patching potholes
and replacing street sur-
faces. In the fall and spring
they conduct leaf pickups for
residents, and winter keeps
them busy with snow removal.
In addition, this staff is responsible for responding to
animal control calls and utility locations. The Streets
Department maintains the city’s traffic signals and its
civil defense and storm sirens, as well as all street signs
and street striping. The Streets Department trims trees
and mows in the city’s right-of-ways and organizes a
spring clean up each year for the convenience of North
Liberty residents.
ASST. SUPERINTENDENT
DAN LANGE
LABORER III
JAMES PRETASKY
LABORER III
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STREETS SUPERINTENDENT
DON COLONY
(319) 626-5718
dcolony@northlibertyiowa.org
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KEVIN STENSLAND
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DAVID FURLER
wastewater
dept.
626-5738
WASTEWATER
SUPERINTENDENT
DAVE RAMSEY
dramsey@northlibertyiowa.org
MAINTENANCE
SPECIALIST
TOM AREY
PLANT LAB/
OPERATOR II
DREW LAMMERS
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STEVEN KINNEY
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The City of North Liberty Water Pollution
Control Department runs one of the
most effective wastewater
treatment processes in the
world. This Advanced State
of the Art Facility uses
an activated sludge treat-
ment process called MBR
(Membrane Bio-Reactor).
The activated sludge which
biologically treats the waste
is sent to 12 GE ultra filtra-
tion membrane cassettes
that contain thousands of
individual fibers. The fibers
have a .04 micron pore di-
ameter opening which pro-
vides a physical barrier for
the removal of suspended solids, viruses
and bacteria in the wastewater. The
wastewater at this stage exceeds all dis-
charge limits which are regulated by the
Iowa Department of Natural Resources.
The average effluent clarity averages
.02 -.04 NTU, for compar-
ison, drinking water plants
are required to maintain a
.30 NTU. The technology
employed in this State-of-
the-Art Facility is far ahead
of conventional treatment
facilities and demonstrates
the City of North Liberty’s
commitment to improve the
local environment. The plant
has won numerous awards
including the 2009 Iowa
Governor’s Environmental
Excellence Award in Water
Quality.
Any North Liberty citizen who would like
to learn more can call the plant at 319-
626-5738, and the staff will be happy to
give a detailed tour of the facility.
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MIKE KEATING
ASST. SUPERINTENDENT
MICHAEL PENTECOST
WATER OPERATOR
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ASSISTANTDIRECTOR
TIM HAMER
GROUNDSKEEPER III
BILL HALSTEAD
GROUNDSKEEPER III
BRIAN HAMER
626-5720
WATER
SUPERINTENDENT
GREG METTERNICH
319-626-5719
gmetternich@northlibertyiowa.org
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The City of North Liberty has a
variety of parks and a recreation-
al trail for citizens and visitors to
enjoy. The Parks and Recreation
Commission was created in
1972 to make decisions about
DIRECTOR OF PARKS,
BUILDINGS, GROUNDS
GUY GOLDSMITH
319-626-5720
ggoldsmith@northlibertyiowa.org
parks
SEE PAGE 29 FOR A
DETAI LED DESCRI PTI ON OF
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present and future parks and recreation facilities in North
Liberty. The Tree Board was created in 1992 to make deci-
sions about where and what types of trees should be planted
throughout North Liberty’s public grounds. To reserve shelters
and recreation equipment for personal use, call 626-5716.
407 N. Front St. • North Liberty
Robin Bevans-Vollbrecht
Cosmetologist, Owner
626-6164
Personalized care for the
entire family
Cuts • Styling
Custom Color
Perms
Facial Waxing
HOURS
Mon - Thurs 9-7
Fri 8-12
Closed Sat & Sun
Joico!
Design Lines
319-887-BOAT (2628)
Now Selling
The city’s water department supplies, on average, 1.165
million gallons of water per day to the residents and busi-
nesses in North Liberty. In 2013, the department pumped
425,311,000 gallons of water from four Silurian aquifers
and two Jordan aquifers, the
city’s fresh water sources. A
seventh water supply was added
in 2009-2010 when the city built
an 1,800 ft.-deep Aquifer Storage
Recovery well.
In 2009, the city added a third
water tower for a combined wa-
ter storage of 1,400,000 gallons
of water, capable of producing
over 1,500 gallons per minute. In
2014, the city began the process
of designing a new water plant
to accommodate recent and
expected future growth.
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NON-EMERGENCY BUSINESS LINE
police
dept.
The North Liberty Police Depart-
ment currently has 17 full-time
officers, two part-time officers,
an administrative assistant and
a volunteer Police Chaplain. One
officer is currently assigned as a
full-time investigator for the De-
partment. Another officer is on
special assignment and works with
the Johnson County Drug Task Force. The Department has
several officers certified as bike patrol officers, so you may
see officers on bikes around town.
The Police Department is located in the former City Hall build-
ing at 5 East Cherry St. For emergencies, residents should dial
911. To speak to an officer or to file a report, residents should
call 356-6800. This number is answered 24 hours at the Joint
Emergency Communication Center (JECC) and handles the
ispatching of officers. The business line for the department
is 626-5724 and is answered Monday through Friday from 8
a.m. - 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Additional information about the Police Department and Fre-
quently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) can be found on the city’s
website at www.northlibertyiowa.org.
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ANNUAL REPORT 2013
Traffic Contacts: 2,555
Case Reports: 526
Supplementals: 2,646
Parking Contacts: 440
Arrests: 278
Charges: 251
OWIs Filed: 48
.02 Violations: 0
Vehicle Inspection: 464
Crash Investigation: 202
Public Assists*: 2,966
Fire Dept. Assists: 486
Law Enforcement Assists: 411
Business Checks: 812
Car Unlocks: 312
Animal Calls: 352
Time Spent: 75.5 hours
Warrant Served: 58
Total Calls for Service: 14,634
*Does not include 355 individuals
who had fingerprints completed
for background checks.
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The North Liberty Fire Depart-
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42 volunteer firefighters plus
one paid part-time Chiefs, two
Assistant Chiefs, Captains,
Lieutenants, Health Safety
Officer, and a volunteer chap-
lain; as well as a separate
spousal auxiliary.
The NLFD protects over
16,000 residents in approx-
imately 57 square miles,
which includes the City of
North Liberty, Penn and Mad-
ison townships as well as the
Coralville Reservoir.
The NLFD is a member of
the Johnson County Mutual
Aid Association and provides
mutual aid for Coralville, Iowa
City, and other communities
in Johnson, Linn and Iowa
Counties.
In 2013, the department re-
sponded to 960 calls. This
was a record number of re-
sponses for the department.
Calls for service included:
structure fires, vehicle res-
cue, ice and water rescue
and hazardous materials
situations.
North Li berty fi refi ghters
participate in both fire and
Emergency Medical Services
(EMS) training each month
as well as rescue training to
include vehicle extrication,
water rescue, and ice rescue.
All North Liberty firefighters
are, at a minimum, certified
nationally at the Firefighter
1 and Emergency Medical
Technician, Basic (EMT-B)
levels. Many of the firefighters
hold additional certifications
as well such as the FFII,
Driver/Pumper/Aerial Oper-
ator, Fire Officer I, and Fire
Instructor I.
The NLFD has an active Fire
Prevention Bureau, which
includes Public Education
and Fire Code enforcement.
Each year, firefighters visit
surrounding schools, pre-
schools and day cares to
provide hands-on activities,
fire drills and presentations
to adults and children on fire
safety. During Fire Preven-
tion Week in October 2013,
members presented “Pre-
vent Kitchen Fires!” at local
elementary schools reaching
over 2,700 pre-school and
elementary school students.
The presentation focused on
the importance of awareness
in the kitchen in preventing
cooking fires.
The NLFD is always looking
for highly motivated individ-
uals to join the department.
To be eligible, you must be
at least 18 years of age.
For further information, visit
the department website at
www.nlfire.org and find us on
Facebook.
The department uses dona-
tions from the community to
purchase training and other
items that the budget does
not cover. In the past, donat-
ed money has been used to
purchase updated medical
and fire equipment. To make
a donation to the department,
call 319-626-5717 or go to
www.nlfire.org. The NLFD
annual fundraiser is Salute
to Summer, an all-day family
fun event to be held Saturday,
August 23, 2014.
DID YOU KNOW?
The state of Iowa allows
volunteer firefighters who are
responding to emergencies to
utilize “blue and white warn-
ing lights” in their vehicles?
If you see blue lights ap-
proaching, please pull to the
right and yield. You may help
save a life.
319-626-5717
www.nlfire.org
Members of the North Liberty Fire Department include: (not in order of photo) Fire Chief Eric Vandewater; Asst.
Fire Chief/Fire Marshal Bryan Hardin; Asst. Fire Chief/Recruitment Bill Schmooke; Fire Department Chaplain Dr.
Jim Coyle; Secretary/Treasurer Jeff Jaeger; Truck & Facilities Capt. Dan Dolezal; Truck Lt. Mike Miller; Facilities
Lt. Brandon Barquist; Health & Safety Coordinator Ryan Brumm; Pub. Education & EMS Capt.; Chris Kochanny;
Pub Education Lt. Mike Johnston; Training Capt. Adam Kramer; Training Lt. Austin Hershberger; EMS Lt. Eric
Ransom; Quartermaster Jeff Jaeger; FF/EMT Reese Bryson; FF/EMT Lynn Burleson; FF/EMT David Cirillo; FF
Robert Collins; FF Matthew Dickerson; FF/EMT Rob DuBay; FF Joseph English; FF Michael Gentry; FF/MR Dave
Hubler; FF Robert Lenfesty; FF Christopher Linssen; FF Scott McCambridge; FF Matt Messinger; FF Jordan Miller;
FF/EMT Richard Newkirk; FF Robert Parker; FF Ryan Peck; FF Richard Reasner; FF Russell Peterson; FF/EMT
Zach Rigdon; FF Jennifer Vanderhoff; FF Ben Rocca; FF/EMT Craig Voparil; FF/EMT Jon Waller; FF Geoffery
White; FF/EMT Megan Wichmann.
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626-3390 www.debutdancestudio.com
COMMUNITY ROOMS
Rooms may be reserved for meetings and special events at
the North Liberty Community Center and the North Liberty
Community Library. Please see the community center section
of this directory. Public meetings and events may also be
scheduled at the South Slope Cooperative Communications
Company headquarters. For more information call: 626-5716.
MUNICIPAL UTILITIES
Billing information for municipal utilities: 626-5700 ext. 1
RECYCLING AND TRASH PICKUP
Place recycling and trash containers at the curb by 7 a.m. each
Wednesday. A monthly fee is charged for weekly pickup of
recyclables and for the annual spring cleanup day.
Recyclable items:
• Newspapers (including all supplements)
• Flattened cardboard and chipboard – cereal, cracker,
tissue boxes, etc.
• Glass (brown, clear and green) food and beverage
containers – please remove lids
• Tin and aluminum cans – NO cans containing automotive
products
• Plastic containers labeled number 1-7 (no plastic bags)
• Magazines, phone books
• Mixed paper placed in paper bags (junk mail, envelopes,
paper egg cartons, paper bags, paper cores (without the
paper towel, etc.) office paper, file folders, paper cards
• Oil may be put in a clear milk jug at the curb
Not recyclable:
• Waxed papers or cardboard with waxed coating
• Disposable diapers, tissue, paper towels
• Aluminum foil, carbon paper
• Hard cover books, paperbacks, catalogs
• Plastic bags
• Any paper with food, fertilizer, etc. – MUST BE CLEAN
• Windows, light bulbs, mirrors, ceramics, drinking glasses,
crystal, etc.
If you should have any questions, please call City Hall at
626-5700.
SPRING CLEANUP DAY
Spring Cleanup Day (for North Liberty residents only) is
scheduled each year on the last Saturday in April. Residents
pay $.30 each month on their recycling bill for this service.
Miscellaneous large items can be brought to the Public Works
Facility, 620 Calvin Street. (Go south on Front Street to Golf
View Drive. Turn right and go to Calvin Street. Turn right to
Public Works facility.) The following items will be accepted:
• Furniture and other bulky items
• White goods (appliances)
• Brush and tree limbs
• Tires and batteries (car and truck)
• Metal and car parts
• Paper for shredding
Dumpsters will be delivered on Saturday morning and each
type of refuse will have a designated location. Assistance
will be provided to the elderly or handicapped. Please call the
City Office (626-5700 ext. 1) to make arrangements. Regular
household trash, paint, and toxic material will not be accept-
ed. A permanent drop-off site for paint and other hazardous
materials has been created at the Iowa City landfill. Items may
be dropped off by appointment each day.
EMERGENCY SIRENS
In the event of a tornado or other disaster, the emergency
sirens will emit a straight signal for a period of three minutes.
Citizens should take cover and listen to the radio for further
information on the storm and for the all clear notice. The sirens
are tested at 10 a.m. on the first Wednesday of each month.
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City government, schools, people, businesses. We know what’s going on.
FIREARMS
It is unlawful to discharge rifles,
shotguns, revolvers, pistols, guns or
firearms of any kind within the city
limits except by special permit.
UPKEEP OF PROPERTY
Weeds: Weeds, vines, or other growth
must be frequently cut. If a property
owner does not cut weeds and grass,
a notice will be sent to cut the weeds,
grass, or other growth.
Sidewalk snow removal: Any accu-
mulation of ice, water, or snow on
any public sidewalk must be removed
within 48 hours after the accumulation
occurs.
Open storage: Open storage of junk,
waste products, and salvaged or
wrecked automobiles or other equip-
ment is not permitted.
PETS
Definitions:
A. “At large” means a dog which is
physically off the premises of the
owner, handler, or custodian of the
dog, and which is not secured by a
leash which is under the control of the
owner, handler, or the custodian not
exceeding ten feet in length; provided,
“at large” does not include dogs exhib-
ited in dog shows, field trials, obedi-
ence training or trials, or a dog or cat
when otherwise safely and securely
confined or completely controlled with-
in or upon any vehicle; or under control
in a designated off-leash area; or dogs
used by law enforcement agencies.
B. “Dog” means a domesticated Canis
Familiaris, bred in a great many vari-
eties.
C. “Cat” means a domesticated Felis
Catus, and includes both male and
female cats.
D. “Owner, handler or custodian”
means any person, firm, corporation,
organization or department possess-
ing, harboring, keeping, having an
interest in or having control or custody
of an animal, regardless of whether
the animal is licensed pursuant to the
ordinance codified in this chapter.
License:
All dogs and cats four months of
age or older harbored, kept or main-
tained in the city shall be licensed.
The annual license fee for each dog
and cat shall be $2 for neutered or
spayed dogs and cats; and $25 for
non-spayed or non-neutered dogs and
cats. A penalty of $10 will be added
to the above license fees for failure
to timely obtain or renew a license.
Senior rate (senior is age 62 plus), if
applicable, will eliminate the above fee
on one neutered or spayed license.
Upon payment of the license fee pro-
vided above, the licensing outlet shall
deliver to the owner or custodian of
such dog or cat a metallic tag for each
animal licensed.
Immunization:
All dogs and cats 4 months of age or
older shall be vaccinated against ra-
bies. The owner or custodian of dog or
cat shall provide the city with proof that
such dog or cat has been vaccinated
against rabies as well as the expiration
date of such vaccination. An owner or
custodian who refuses to provide proof
of such vaccination upon request by
the city shall be deemed to have failed
to provide such proof.
At large prohibited:
No owner of any pet shall permit such
pet to run at large.
Actions of Pets Constituting a Nui-
sance
A. Allowing any animal to habitually
bay, bark, screech, yell or make a
sound of any kind or nature for pro-
longed periods in such manner as to
unreasonably disturb the peace and
quiet of the vicinity.
B. Allowing a pet animal to cause
any damage or defilement to public or
private property.
C. Allowing a pet animal to molest any
person on public or private property
who has a legitimate reason to be
thereon.
D. Allowing a pet animal to molest or
kill wildlife, birds or domestic animals
on public or private property.
Impounding:
Any pet found at large or in violation
of any of the above regulations will
be seized and impounded. Attempts
will be made to identify the owner and
notify the owner that upon payment of
boarding fees and fine, the pet will be
released. If the impounded licensed
pets are not recovered by their owners
within five days after notice, the pets
may be disposed of in a humane man-
ner or made available for adoption.
OPEN BURNING
Open burning of trash and yard waste
is prohibited.
LEAF PICKUP
Each spring and fall the city sets a leaf
pick-up schedule. Leaves that have
been raked to the curb will be vacu-
umed up. Schedules are published in
March for leaf pickups typically sched-
uled in April.
For safety reasons, no leaves should
be placed in the street. Leaves should
be piled within two feet of the curb or
edge of street because the vacuum
hose can only reach that far. Stick-
ers can be purchased for other yard
waste that can then be disposed of on
Wednesdays with the regular garbage
and recycling collection.
Two bundles of sticks (up to four-
feet in length and weighing up to 40
pounds will be picked up for free with
the regular trash pickup on Wednes-
days.
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Our goal is to help Alleviate Pain,
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Windmill Manor
2332 Liberty Drive, Coralville
319-545-7390
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NORTH LIBERTY
COMMUNITY CENTER
520 W. Cherry St.
P.O. Box 77
North Liberty, IA 52317
319 626-5716
319-626-5733 (fax)
www.northlibertyiowa.org/rec
Opened March 7, 1997
Recreation Center Hours:
Monday-Friday:
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Jones Gymnasium: Offi-
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courts. Wood floor, bleachers,
air-conditioned.
Roberts Gymnasium:
Official size basketball/vol-
leyball courts. Wood floor,
bleachers, air-conditioned.
Weight Exercise Area:
Get into shape with our up-
per level weight and exer-
cise area. Equipment in-
cludes treadmills, elliptical
machines, recumbent bikes,
The North Liberty Community Center houses the library, tele-
communications department, recreation center and aquatic
center to meet the intellectual and physical needs of the City
of North Liberty and surrounding communities. The Community
Center’s recreation staff is happy to provide experienced and
professional recreational services to North Liberty residents
and neighboring communities. You are personally invited to
come and enjoy the North Liberty Community Center.
430 N. Dubuque St. • North Liberty • 626-6800
North Liberty
Clinic of Chiropractic
Dr. Thomas J. Holub
Immediate Relief of Neck, Back & Muscular Pain
Sports / Work / Accident Related Injuries
Child Spinal Development Evaluations
Nutritional • Exercise Consulting
Wellmark Blue Cross, Blue Shield / Midlands Choice / Alliance Select Provider
Emergency After Hours Call 624-7199 Hours: 8-12 & 2-5:30 • Sat 8-11
To follow & invite others to follow Jesus Christ
North Liberty
First United Methodist Church
85 North Jones Blvd • North Liberty • 626-2762
Pastor Alecia Williams
8:00 am Traditional
9:45 am Contemporary
11:15 am Bilingual
Associate Pastor Josh Rath
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cycling bikes and steppers, 26 various
weight machines, and dumbbells 3-90
lbs.
Elevated Running Track: Our three-
lane track with sports flooring is suited for
running, walking, and jogging for a great
place to walk or run during uncomfort-
able temperatures or inclement weather.
One mile is approximately 8.5 laps.
Aerobics Room: Two aerobics rooms
offering a wide variety of classes.
Kids Campsite: Indoor play area for
toddlers 48” tall or below. Parents must
supervise children and follow all rules.
Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00AM-
12(Noon) and 4:00-8:00PM and Satur-
days & Sundays: 8:00AM-6:00PM.
Outdoor Playground Equipment:
Stop by and enjoy the playground equip-
ment located on the west side of facility.
Conference Rooms: Convenient and
modern meeting rooms available to rent.
They are great for meetings, birthday
parties and special occasions. Room
capacities range from 20 to 400 people.
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BRIAN MOTLEY
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MATT MESECK
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JASON EGLY
Administrative Assistant
jegly@ci.north-liberty.ia.us
KYLE HUISMAN
Site Supervisor
khuisman@ci.north-liberty.ia.us
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Hills Bank
and Trust Company
Proud to serve
North Liberty!
Stop by our two convenient
North Liberty locations:
590 W Forevergreen Rd
319-626-2199
25 Hwy 965 N
319-626-2381
1-800-HILLSBK • HillsBank.com • Member FDIC
FACILITY FEES:
Weight/Exercise Area & Track:
Ages: High school student or older. All patrons using the
weights and/or cardio-vascular equipment on the second floor
must pay the following user fees:
• Daily Walk-in Fees:
• Individual (59 & Under): Residents $2, Non-residents $3
• Senior Citizen (60 & Over): Residents $1, Non-residents $2
FACILITY PACKAGES:
All have 1-month, 6-month and annual options:
Black & Gold: Designed for those individuals who utilize
both the weight/exercise area and pools.
Gold: Designed for those individuals who utilize the weight/
exercise area.
Silver: Designed for those individuals who utilize who use
the pools only.
Summer Pool: Valid for outdoor pool opening to closing
dates only.
Track Pass: Valid for those individuals who utilize the track
only; Residents FREE; Non-residents $5.00 per year..
Basketball Pass: Residents/Non-residents $10/$15 per
month
Pickleball Pass: Residents/Non-residents $10/$15 per
month
Badminton Pass: Residents/Non-residents $10/$15 per
month
(See website or call 319-626-5716 for various prices.)
INDOOR/OUTDOOR POOL:
Ages: Children under the ages of 9 yrs. must be accompa-
nied by an adult.
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FACILITY RENTALS:
Following your submittal,
a Recreation staff member
will call to confirm your res-
ervation. Non-profit groups
are allowed four hours a
month for free, but must sub-
mit a copy of the organiza-
tion’s 501(c)3 registration.
Non-profit free rental requests
are not accepted gymnasiums
or the full Gerdin Conference
Center; regular fees will ap-
ply. The brochure is printed
three times during the year
so room reservations are
taken April 1 for the Sum-
mer brochure (May-August),
August 1 for Fall brochure
(September-December), and
December 1 for Winter bro-
chure (January-April).
Rates listed as follows:
1/2 conference room (main
l evel ): Resi dents $10/hr,
Non-residents $15/hr;
Ful l Conf erence room
(main level): Residents $15/
hr, Non-residents $20/hr;
Medium room (Gerdin CC):
Residents $20/hr, Non-resi-
dents $25/hr.;
Large room (Gerdin CC):
Residents $25/hr, Non-resi-
dents $30/hr.;
Double room (Gerdin CC):
Residents $40/hr, Non-resi-
dents $45/hr.;
1/2 gymnasium (w/o tarps):
Residents $20/hr, Non-resi-
dents $25/hr;
1/2 gymnasium (w/tarps):
Residents $30/hr; Non-resi-
dents $35/hr;
Ful l gymnasi um ( w/ o
tarps): Residents $40/hr,
Non-residents $45/hr;
Full gymnasium (w/tarps):
Residents $50/hr, Non-resi-
dents $55/hr;
Gerdin CC (Entire): Resi-
dents $60/hr, Non-residents
$75/hr.
PROGRAMS:
We offer a full line of recre-
ation and leisure activities for
all ages – preschool, youth,
teen, adult, senior citizens,
and special events. Fees
vary. We want to know what
interests you have, please
make any suggestions to one
of the full-time supervisors.
The North Liberty Aquat-
ic Center has both an in-
door and outdoor pool to
meet your aquatic needs.
FACILITY HOURS
INDOOR POOL HOURS:
Year round: Monday-Fri-
day, 6 a.m. - 8 p.m.; Saturday
& Sunday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
OUTDOOR POOL HOURS:
Memorial Day Weekend:
Saturday-Monday; May
24-26: 12(Noon) – 6 p.m.
each day.
ICCSD in session: Monday
- Friday Limited hours of 4-9
p.m.; Saturday & Sunday,
12(Noon) – 6 p.m.
Summer Hour s: Mon-
day-Thursday: 1-9 p.m.; Fri-
day - Sunday: 12(Noon) – 6
p.m.
July 4th Holiday: 12(Noon)-
6 p.m.
Fall; ICCSD in session:
Monday-Thursday: CLOSED;
Friday, 4-8 p.m.; Saturday &
Sunday: 12(Noon) – 6 p.m.
Labor Day: Outdoor Pool
CLOSED FOR THE SEASON
INDOOR/OUTDOOR
POOL
All patrons must pay to
enter the pool facility regard-
less of their intent to swim or
not. Daily fees are valid for
admittance to either pool on
a per visit basis.
Ages: Children under the
ages of 9 yrs. must be ac-
companied by an adult.
Daily Walk-in Fees:
Children; 2 & under: FREE
Children; 3-18 yrs.: $3
Adults; 19 yrs & older: $4
Seniors: 60 yrs & older: $3
INDOOR POOL
FEATURES
Observation Area: Area
designed for patrons who
would like to watch pool
activities but does not want
to change into a swimsuit to
be on the pool deck.
Zero Depth Entry: Recre-
ational pool with zero depth
entry for easy access into
water. Shallow play area
for smaller children with two
spray features.
Six-Lane Area: Ideal for lap
swimming, swim lessons and
water aerobic classes.
Deep End: Features one
diving board.
OUTDOOR POOL
FEATURES
Zero Depth Entry: Recre-
ational pool with zero depth
entry for easy access into
water.
Spray Features: Spray
features for smaller kids like
mushroom mazes and daddy
long legs.
Fl oatabl es & Fl oatabl e
Walk: Inflatable units for kids
to play on and walk across.
Compact Play Unit: Water
spray playground for all ages
with slide.
Two Slides: One enclosed
slide and one open slide.
Deep End: Features one 3
meter diving board and one
1 meter board.
Sun Area: Sun deck areas
for lounge chairs, towels,
etc.
Concession Stand: Con-
cession area for snacks,
food, seating.
POOL RENTALS
Both the indoor and out-
door pools are available to
rent for private parties.
Availability: Fridays/Satur-
days/Sundays: 6-7:30 p.m.
or 7:45-9:15 p.m. on a res-
ervation basis.
Fee: Indoor Pool $90;
Outdoor Pool $190
Reservations: Must com-
plete pool rental agreement
with $50 deposit to hold
reservation.
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Parks
North Liberty
626-5720
The City of North Liberty has a variety of parks and a rec-
reational trail for citizens and visitors to enjoy. The Parks and
Recreation Commission was created in 1972 to make deci-
sions about present and future parks and recreation facilities
in North Liberty. The Tree Board was created in 1992 to make
decisions about where and what types of trees should be
planted throughout North Liberty’s public grounds.
In the summer of 2006, the North Liberty City Council hired
consultants to conduct a comprehensive study of the town’s
parks, green spaces and trails. The resulting information was
used to create a long-term park and trails plan to be included
in the city’s official comprehensive plan. The plan, along with
the Parks and Recreation Commission and the Tree Board,
will guide the Mayor and City Council in future development
decisions for North Liberty’s parks, trees, and outdoor recre-
ational spaces.
In March 2006, the city received a $58,000 grant from the
United States Tennis Association (USTA) to build new tennis
courts at Penn Meadows Park. The four courts, complete
with lights and a windbreak fence were completed in the
summer.
In 2009, the city purchased approximately 40 acres west of
Jones Blvd. with plans for developing the land into park and
To reserve shelters, tennis
courts, ball fields and recre-
ation equipment for personal
use, call 626-5716.
public green space as the population expands on the west
side of North Liberty. The park will receive its first phase of
improvements this summer, with a partial concrete drive and
grading of the area in preparation for future development.
In the summer of 2011, the Parks Department installed a new
$58,000 play structure at Penn Meadows Park. The custom
Sky Builder structure is currently the only one of its kind in
Iowa. The structure is featured on the front cover of the North
Liberty Lifestyle/Business/ Education magazine 2012 and in a
national playground calendar (All Inclusive Rec) in the month
of May. North Liberty also earned recognition from national
non-profit KaBOOM! as a 2012 Playful City USA community
for its efforts to increase play opportunities for children.
In the summer of 2011, the City constructed a 10 foot-wide
trail extending generally north/south, connecting the Johnson
County trail to Dubuque Street, through Penn Meadows Park
and along Front Street/Mehaffey Bridge Road. The project was
completed October 2011, at a cost of around $875,000, with
$342,000 being funding with a state transportation grant and
the remaining balance funded with local tax dollars.
In the summer of 2011, the City constructed a new parking
lot made mostly of pervious concrete, and a rain garden at
the south end of Penn Meadows Park. The installation of rain
gardens, bioretention basins, infiltration trenches and native
plantings will enhance the water runoff quality within the area
and provide park users additional parking. The project was
completed July 2011. The project cost was $313,000 with
$100,000 funded by a state IJOBS grant and the remaining
balance from local tax dollars.
The City of North Liberty has received the Tree City USA
Award for 18 years running. North Liberty plants approximately
200-300 trees and shrubs on city grounds and parks each year,
making trees an important part of North Liberty.
CONTACT INFORMATION: Director of Parks, Building &
Grounds Guy Goldsmith: (319) 626-5720.
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All parks close at 10 p.m.,
and there are no motorized
vehicles allowed on park
property.
Prohibited actions in parks
and playgrounds:
No person shall, in any
park and playground within
the city:
A. Pick or destroy any
flower or walk or run upon any
flower beds;
B. Break or tear any limbs
or branches from any shrub
or tree;
C. Throw objects or mis-
siles at any animal or bird, in
or out of cages, or molest any
animal or bird in any way;
D. Tear down, mutilate, de-
stroy or carry away any sign
erected under the authority of
the city council;
E. Damage turf by any
means;
F. Park any vehicle in any
area where parking is pro-
hibited;
G. Drive any vehicle, in-
cluding snowmobiles and
bicycles, within parks or play-
grounds except upon the
designated streets, driveways
and parking areas of such
parks and playgrounds;
H. Carry firearms or weap-
ons into any park or play-
ground in the city, except
public officials in the perfor-
mance of their duties and
those persons authorized
to carry weapons for public
ceremonies;
I. Bring, cause or permit
any dog to enter into any park
or playground unless such
dog is on a leash, and said
person must clean up after
their dog;
J. Ride any horse in any
park or playground except
upon designated streets and
bridle paths;
K. Practice golf in any
park
L. Build or aid and abet
the building of any fire in any
park or playground except in
stoves or fireplaces designed
for such purposes unless
granted special authorization
by the city;
M. Occupy any shelter
house or building or recre-
ation area which has been re-
served through the provisions
of this chapter for other per-
son, or to erect any reserve
sign at any shelter house or
building when no reservation
has been obtained from the
director or recreation de-
partment as provided in this
chapter;
N. Dispose of refuse in
anything other than refuse
containers;
O. Shall climb or scale
any erected structures, fenc-
es and/or poles unless that
structure is so designed;
P. Be in any park, whether
on foot or in a vehicle, or
permit any vehicle to remain
parked in any park between
10 p.m. and sunrise unless by
special authorization;
Q. Engage in vandalism.
PARKING
REGULATIONS:
Only city employees are
authorized to designate drive-
ways and parking areas in
which parking is prohibited
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BEAVER KREEK PARK
South Chestnut Street
2.9 acres
An attractive neighborhood
park with three pedestrian
accesses from Juniper
Court, Birch Court and
South Hickory Street. This
park features a pedestrian
bridge and beautiful trees
throughout the park.
Front Street
(across from Penn
Elementary School)
3-acres
Koser Park became
a city park after it
was voted to ac-
cept the ball field
from the Softball
Association on July
1, 1968. Koser Park was originally called “City Park”
because it was the only park at that time.
KOSER PARK
Penn Street (north of
Penn Elementary School)
37 acres
North Liberty’s third and
largest park. This park
provides excellent rec-
reational opportunities
for the entire family.
Facilities include picnic
shelters for private and
group use.
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North Liberty
In Fox Run Subdivision along
Scales Bend Road
1.73 acres
North Liberty opened its
fifth park in the summer of
2000. The property was do-
nated by subdivision owner
Clair Mekota and residents
of the Fox Run Subdivision
gathered together to raise
funds for the playground equipment and the basketball
court.
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7.07 acres
This park was donated
by Southgate Subdivision
developer, Glenn Siders
in October 2000. Features
a large pond and native
trees and prairie. The na-
tive trees and prairie were
planted in 2001 through
funds received from Siders and the Million More By 2004
Grant. The Commission decided on the name Freedom
Park, upon suggestion by residents, to honor the victims
of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
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North side of
Scales Bend Road
6.6 acres
The land for this
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Run Subdivision
Developer Clair
Mekota to the city
in the spring of
2002. The Parks
Department collaborated with the Iowa Department of
Natural Resources (DNR) to obtain bluegills, channel
catfish and largemouth bass to stock the pond.
FOX RUN PARK & POND
Adjacent to Penn
Meadows Park along
Dubuque Street
0.55 acre
This park offers a
comfortable, small
town setting featuring
a gazebo and clock.
The ribbon cutting
ceremony was held on June 5, 2001. The North Liberty City
Band holds concerts in the gazebo, and benches provide
a great place to relax and enjoy North Liberty.
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Fawn Drive
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erty’s eighth park, opened
to the public in March 2005.
In 2006, North Liberty re-
ceived a $40,000 play-
ground grant that was used
to purchase a new playground structure for this park.
The playground structure was installed in 2007.
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This small park is
tucked away in a
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area. A swing set
and picnic table en-
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JDHP Development
Devel oper Jason
Harder. West Lakes is part of a designated wetland
area. Its large pond is stocked with bluegills, channel
catfish and largemouth bass.
WEST LAKES
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North Liberty Pet Clinic
626-6848
D. J. Nyren, DVM
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B. A. Shields
By Appointment
iowacityvet.com
Liberty Plaza 185 Hwy 965 #4
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Vandello Drive and
Sadler Drive across
from the Van Allen
Elementary
17 acres
The land for this park
was donated by prop-
erty owners Steve
and Kathryn Epley in
December 2004. The
developer has constructed an 8-foot concrete trail on
both sides of Muddy Creek to tie in the development
with the elementary and junior high schools.
The pond on the east side of Sadler Lane is stocked
with bluegills, channel catfish and largemouth bass. A
new playground structure was installed in July 2008. The
remainder of the property includes a significant amount
of woodland and wetland areas.
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million dollar project
was a cooperative
effort between the
City of North Liber-
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developers. Includes
commercial and resi-
dential development
based around the
idea of a cohesive
city center.
The Liberty Centre Pond includes scenic features like a
waterfall, fountains, pedestrian bridge, fishing pier, pavilion
with a small gazebo and extra-wide sidewalks all around
the pond. This area is a community focal point, just
across the road from the Community Center. A pedestrian
underpass passageway links the Liberty Centre Pond to
the east side of Highway 965, just steps away from the
Community Center. Community Attraction and Tourism
(CAT) funding assisted with construction of this underpass
LIBERTY CENTRE POND AND UNDERPASS
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Broadmoor Drive.
9.37 acres
Land for this park was
donated to the City by
the Broadmoor Estates
Subdivision Developer
Mike Roberts. The pond has been stocked with bluegills,
channel catfish and largemouth bass.
In 2006 the Boy Scouts along with Parks Staff completed
an Eagle Scout project and planted trees around the
park and pond.
BROADMOOR PARK & POND
Between West Penn
street and 240th street
31.34 acres
Thi s park/pond was
donated to the City by
the Cedar Development
Progress Park LLC Developer Scott Anderson. The larg-
est of North Liberty’s stocked ponds, Goose Lake sports
bluegills, channel catfish and largemouth bass. Goose
Lake is part of a designated wetland area.
GOOSE LAKE
Intersection of Dubuque Street and Zeller Streets
2.44 acre
Thi s undevel oped
parcel is surrounded
by resi dent i al de-
velopment on three
sides and commercial
on the fourth. It was
donated to the City
October 4, 2008 by
Richard Ferguson,
who wanted the area
to be maintained as a park setting.
In October 2008 the City was awarded a $100,000 DNR
REAP (Resource, Enhancement and Protection) grant
to develop the property. The development plan includes
restoration of the prairie and woodland areas, installation
of lighted trails and a pedestrian bridge.
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West of S. Front Street, at end
of Golf View Drive.
2.50 acre park
The land was donated by
property owners J.R. and
Joy Brumley on December
12, 2006 and the park was
named after Joy Brum-
ley. The area is a naturally
wooded area and is not accessible to the public by
vehicle. At this time it will remain a low maintenance
nature area.
JOY’S PARK
MAR-LEE PARK
Donated to the city in 2011. 2.1 acres in size. Located
at the intersection of Kansas and St. Andrews Dr.
adjacent to the UI Credit Union property. (Nothing is
there yet except green space)
and trail connections to the project. Liberty Centre Pond
has been stocked with largemouth bass, bluegills and
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North Liberty opened the Rec-
reational Trail in 1998, and in
1999 the trail was connected
to Coralville’s Recreational
Trail. This 3.3-mile walking
and biking trail begins at the
Fox Run subdivision and
goes south to Forevergreen
Road where it connects to
the Coralville trail. The Bike
Shelter is located on the trail
northeast of the Community
Center, and has restrooms,
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CENTENNIAL PARK
Approximately 40 acres
west of Jones Blvd. Plans
are to develop the land
into park and public green
space.
The park was named in
honor of North Liberty’s
centennial year, and in the
summer of 2103, 100 trees
were planted in the park by
city staff and community
members to commemo-
rate the first stages of
developing the new facility.
First phase of improve-
ments began with a partial
concrete drive, grading
and digging of a retention
pond. Plans include con-
struction of a band shell
as a place for community
concerns.
North Liberty Blues &
BBQ festival moved its
venue to Centennial Park
for the first time in July
2014.
a drinking fountain and picnic
tables.
Liberty expanded the trails
system by 3.5 miles in 2006,
and now includes Liberty
Centre Pond, Creeksi de
Commons, North Trail Exten-
sion to Fox Run subdivision,
and the North Trail addition
from Liberty Centre to the
Deerfield subdivision.
In the summer of 2011, the
City constructed a 10 foot-
wide. north/south trail to con-
nect the Johnson County trail
to Dubuque Street, through
Penn Meadows Park and
along Front Street/Mehaffey
Bridge Road. The project was
completed October 2011, at a
cost of around $875,000, with
$342,000 being funding with
a state transportation grant
and the remaining balance
funded with local tax dollars.
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Community
Library
LIBRARY HOURS:
Monday & Wednesday: 9 a.m.-8 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday: 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sunday: 1-4 p.m. (Labor Day to Memorial Day)
JENNIE GARNER
LIBRARY DIRECTOR
jgarner@northlibertyiowa.org
www.northlibertylibrary.org.
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ABOUT THE LIBRARY
Located in the North Liberty Community Center, the library
is part of this multi-use city facility also housing the recreation
center, aquatic center, and communications department. Ex-
panded and renovated in 2013, the library is 17,900 square
feet and includes comfortable seating, programming areas,
meeting and study space and updated technology with wire-
less Internet access. Visit our website for more information
on checkouts, loan times, volunteer opportunities, e-books,
policies and more.
HOW DO I GET A LIBRARY CARD?
Patrons 13 and over may fill out an online registration form
at www.northlibertylibrary.org or stop by the library to obtain a
card. The library requires a valid photo ID and a piece of mail
to verify address. If you don’t have address verification, you
can still register as a patron and we are happy to send you a
postcard which you can bring back to the library to verify your
mailing address. Patrons can provide email or cell phone to
receive communication regarding holds and overdue materials.
Manage your account online to renew, check due dates and
place holds. Ask about these services when you visit the library.
WHAT SERVICES DOES THE LIBRARY OFFER?
The library has over 35,000 pieces of material for check
out or in-house use in formats including books, magazines,
newspapers, audio books, DVDs and cake pans.
The NLCL participates in Iowa Library Services’ (ILS)
Open Access Program, allowing Iowans to borrow materials
from most libraries in Iowa and return materials to their local
library. Over 500 public libraries in Iowa participate. Patrons
can request materials from other libraries that are not owned
by the NLCL through the Interlibrary Loan system, (the ILS
Access Plus Program) for a small fee.
TECHNOLOGY
Adults have the opportunity to check out a laptop computer
for wireless Internet access, computing and printing ($.10/
page). Dedicated computer banks are available for youth and
teens as well as two AWE Early Literacy stations for our small-
est patrons featuring over 60 educational games. Patrons may
use the public copy machine ($.10/page) and scanner (free
to an email). To search the library catalog access our touch-
screen monitors located in the adult area and a touchscreen
self-checkout station is available for quick service. See the
calendar of events for more information on technology classes
offered at the library beginning summer 2014.
E-BOOK COLLECTION
North Liberty and rural Johnson County residents may ac-
cess downloadable e-books and audios through the NEIBORS
consortium and library-owned titles.
MEETING AND STUDY ROOMS
Four meeting rooms with movable partitions and three study
rooms are available to the public for nonprofit and educational
purposes by reservation or walk-in on a first-come, first-served
basis. Please see meeting room policy and user agreement
on the website for more details.
WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE LIBRARY?
The library newsletter and events calendar is available at
the information desk and online.
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NLCL@NORTH-LIBERTY.LIB.IA.US
NORTHLIBERTYLIBRARY.ORG
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• Plantings, patios, ponds & retaining walls
• Rain gardens, native & prairie plantings
With over two acres of displays &
gardens to browse at your leisure.
NLCL offers programs for all ages including
adult, teen, children’s. Attend a family movie
night, cake decorating, wine tasting, painting
classes, Lego building, computer courses, and
more at the library.
SUMMER READING PROGRAM
A six-week summer reading program geared
to all ages begins each June. Participants can
earn prizes through independent reading and
may attend fun weekly programs. Be part of
the Family Reading Challenge to earn the
chance to win a weekend vacation package
in the Wisconsin Dells. New to the library this
fall will be the addition of programming and
services dedicated to families.
ONGOING PROGRAMS
Storytime: Wed. at 10am, Thurs. at 7pm, Saturdays at 11am
Tot Time: Tues. at 10 am, for children 6 to 24-months Au-
gust to May
Fri. at 10am, in June and July
Just for Fun crafting (knitting and handcrafts): Tues. at 7pm
Sociable Seniors (coffee hour): Mon. at 10am
Last Tuesday of the Month Book Club (the name says it
all) at 6:30pm
HOW CAN I HELP THE LIBRARY?
The library has several volunteer oppor-
tunities. Apply to serve on the Library Board
of Trustees or Teen Advocate Group (TAG).
Become a member of the Friends of the Library
to help supplement the library’s budget through
your donation and volunteer time. Citizens may
also volunteer at the library, fifth grade through
adults. If you have expertise to offer a program or
help with a short-term project, let us know. Find
out more on the website or call 319-626-5701.
Have a fun hobby or collection? Share it with
the community. Consider applying to display in our
display case at the library.
Questions?
Contact the Library Director Jennie Garner
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SCHOOLS
In North Liberty, school attendance areas vary, depending on your address.
A majority of residents live within the
boundaries of the Iowa City Community
School District, while the area west
of Jones Boulevard (and the Deerfield
Subdivision) belongs to the Clear Creek
Amana School District. Private schooling is
also available.
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80 Birch St
North Liberty, IA 52317
319-688-1190
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BEFORE- AND- AFTER
SCHOOL PROGRAM: North
Liberty Recreation Center,
319-626-5716
Garner Elementary, which
i s part of t he I owa Ci t y
Community School District,
opened in Fall 2010, and has
an enrollment of 535 students
in grades K-6, in addition to
two half-day preschool pro-
grams for four-year-olds.
The Garner Before/After
School Program (BASP) is
administered through the
North Li berty Recreati on
Center (626-5716).
Garner El ement ary i s
named after Buford Garner, a
former City High principal and
Superintendent of the Iowa
City School District. During
his tenure the district student
population grew from 2,500
students to 8,855 and eight
new school buildings were
built - Hoover, Twain, SE Jr.
High, Lucas, West, Lemme,
Horn and Wood.
Students at Garner are in
straight grade classrooms.
Separate classroom wings
open on a common area
that is used for guest speak-
ers and special events. The
building's central block of
rooms holds the school's of-
fices, cafeteria, media center,
music rooms, art room and
gymnasium.
In addition to the regular
educational program, stu-
dents may qualify for Re-
source support or the Ex-
tended Learning Program.
Instruction is also provided in
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Principal Kristy Hefner
230 N. Dubuque St., North Liberty, IA 52317
Phone: 319-688-1150
BEFORE-AND-AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM:
Deb Pierson, pierson.deb@iccsd.k12.ia.us
IOWA CITY COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
GARNER ELEMENTARY: Continued from page 37
Penn Elementary School
is located on a ten-acre site
six miles north of Iowa City in
North Liberty. North Liberty
is a fast-growing community.
Approximately 540 students
in grades K-6 attend Penn.
Penn students attend North
Central Junior High and West
High School.
The entire Penn staff works
as a team to provide for the
academic, social, emotional
and physical development
of all students, kindergarten
through sixth grade. Students
at Penn are grouped by grade
level and receive their core
literacy, math, science and
social studies instruction from
their homeroom or grade lev-
el teacher. Teachers skillfully
differentiate instruction and
provide remediation and/or
enrichment to meet all stu-
dents’ needs. All students at
Penn participate in physical
education, general music, art
and media.
There are also opportuni-
ties for interactions with stu-
dents across the grade levels.
Teachers work together
to pair a younger and older
classroom to be “buddies.”
Throughout the school year,
buddy classes participate
in a variety of activities, in-
cluding: literacy activities, art
projects, service projects, and
assemblies. We believe these
interactions strengthen our
sense of community.
All Penn students have
frequent access to the library
and computer lab. The teach-
er librarian and classroom
teachers work together to
align their programs and
provide a variety of resources
for student learning. Teach-
ers i ntegrate technol ogy
throughout every day. Each
classroom is equipped with
a SMART board and two
student computers. Teachers
also have access to a class-
room set of laptop computers
and over 40 iPads. These
resources are integral in the
creation of a rich learning
environment.
We believe family involve-
ment is a key component to
the success of children at
school. Parents are always
welcome at Penn. Many par-
ents volunteer during the
school day to help in class-
rooms, read to students,
shelve books in the library,
or eat lunch with their child’s
class. We strive to provide a
range of other opportunities
for parents to be involved:
attendi ng school events,
helping with homework, and
of course, attending par-
ent-teacher conferences. Our
goal is always that 100% of
our students are represented
at parent-teacher confer-
ences.
The Penn PTO is active
and supportive! All teachers
and parents are members of
the Penn Parent Teacher Or-
ganization and are invited to
attend the monthly meetings.
PTO activities include fund-
raising, supporting school
events and hosting family
activities. The Ice Cream
Social and Fun Night are
favorite traditions. The PTO
also sponsors a number of
enrichment activities for our
students including an Art-
ist-in-Residence program,
field trips, assemblies and
School of the Wild.
The North Liberty Family
Resource Center (FRC) is
located at Penn. The FRC
provides a variety of services
to North Liberty residents.
These include an after-school
tutoring program, a family
resource library, parenting
seminars, operating a food
bank, providing counseling to
families and referrals to other
agencies.
The Penn staff is committed
to providing a child-centered
environment that fosters life-
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art, physical education and general music. Students in fifth
and sixth grades have the opportunity to participate in band
and orchestra.
The Garner gymnasium is double-sized, thanks to a gen-
erous donation from the city of North Liberty. The city utilizes
the facility for BASP and evening/weekend recreational activ-
ities. Garner also has interior and exterior cameras to provide
security for our students and families.
Garner Students and staff use PBIS (Positive Behavior
Interventions and Supports) to establish clear behavior ex-
pectations for all. Students are acknowledged for positive
behaviors.
The school motto: "I am a Garner Gator. I know just what
to do. I'm respectful and responsible, and a problem solver
too! Go Gators!"
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Van Allen Elementary is located at 170 Abigail Avenue in
North Liberty, Iowa. It is named after Dr. James Van Allen, Uni-
versity of Iowa Space Physics Scientist (1914-2006). Children
from both North Liberty and the city of Coralville make up the
attendance area of Van Allen Elementary.
The school opened on August 22, 2005. Approximately 500
children currently attend Van Allen, including two preschool
rooms serving several Early Childhood Special Education
students.
Van Allen Elementary features many extraordinary designs,
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Principal Pat James
170 Abigail Ave., North Liberty, IA 52317
Phone: 319-688-1185
Fax: 319-688-1186
BEFORE-AND-AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM:
319-248-9375
which make it an environmentally friendly building, holding
Silver LEED certification. It was the first elementary school
west of the Mississippi River to hold this certification. The
building features natural lighting, recycled building materials,
geothermal heating and cooling, and natural landscaping.
The facility itself houses four areas of classrooms: there are
24 elementary classrooms (PK-6). Grades 1-6 have class-
rooms built around learning centers. Centrally located in the
building are the multi-purpose room, the media center and the
gymnasium. The multi-purpose room serves as a lunchroom
by day and can be used by students, parents, staff and the
community for a variety of purposes outside of the school day.
The gymnasium was built regulation size to accommodate
community and school activities. A unique partnership between
the City of Coralville and the Iowa City Community School
District provides extensive opportunities for the development
and use of the building and grounds as a joint recreational
and educational facility.
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North Central Junior High, located at 180 E. Forevergreen
Rd. in North Liberty, was the Iowa City Community School
District’s (ICCSD) third school built in North Liberty using $39
million in bond money approved by voters in February 2003.
In 2006-07, North Central first opened its doors for 7th and 8th
grade students from Penn, Wickham and Van Allen, later add-
ing students from Garner Elementary, which opened in 2010.
The $6.7 million, 450-student capacity school currently will
have approximately 500 students in grades 7-8 for 2014-15.
The school was designed to be expanded to house an eventual
total of 600 students.
North Central mirrors the same High Performance Design
principles as Van Allen, using a geo-thermal heat pump sys-
tem that relies on the earth’s constant temperature as a heat
source. Geo-thermal provides a long-term, low cost energy
efficient heating and cooling system.
Other High Performance qualities of North Central Junior
High include use of day lighting, high indoor air quality, envi-
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The North Liberty Family Resource Center (NLFRC) has
locations at Garner, Penn and Van Allen Elementary schools.
The NLFRC was developed in 1995 and is a non-profit orga-
nization that provides resources to families. The goal is to help
remove or overcome barriers to learning so that all students
can be successful in school. Programs and services are free
to all North Liberty residents.
The NLFRC is staffed by two Student and Family Advocates:
Jill Winders at Garner and Van Allen Elementary
Kris Hynek at Penn Elementary
The NLFRC’s programs/services are as follows:
• Provide family support and/or home visits for school-age
families.
• Access Iowa City Community School District resources.
• Help navigate referrals and resources for mental health
assessments and services.
• Assist families that have temporary housing issues.
• Welcome new families to our schools and helping with
registration and F/R lunch applications.
• Support attendance plans/truancy.
• Access community resources - housing, food, doctor/den-
tist, medical insurance, daycare, emergency assistance, etc.
• Assist with problem solving in crisis situations.
• Facilitate “Back to School” event with school supplies and
other resources each August.
• Provide transportation to school related events and nec-
essary appointments.
• “Family to Family” – connecting families in need of house-
hold items with families who have items to donate.
NORTH CENTRAL
JUNIOR HIGH
Principal Jane Fry
180 E. Forevergreen Rd.
North Liberty, IA 52317
Phone: 319-688-1210
Attendance: 688-1210
Guidance: 688-1213
ronmentally responsible building materials, water conservation
and recycling and waste management. Also, the building has
an energy efficient building shell and uses energy efficient
mechanical, ventilation and electrical systems. The building’s
porcelain tile floors are low maintenance, which use less
intense detergents.
Unique features of North Central Junior High embrace the
preserving of Muddy Creek as an outdoor science laboratory
for students to enjoy and learn.
The school is very invested in community service and
provides unique opportunities for students to support the
community throughout the year. These activities include:
three community blood drives, Penny Wars with proceeds
that support local food banks, spring cleanup at the Coralville
Reservoir and Muddy Creek, “Spread the Love” drive to collect
peanut butter and jelly (PB&J) for area shelters, and many
more. Building-wide recycling is a part of the culture and
directly supported by Johnson County Refuse.
IOWA CITY COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Garner Elementary: 319-688-1194
Penn Elementary: 319-688-1154
Van Allen Elementary: 319-688-1189
The NLFRC is funded through state and federal grants, the
City of North Liberty, and local donations. Through collabo-
ration and support from the community the NLFRC has been
able to provide multiple services for local residents.
For more information about programs or services please
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CLEAR CREEK AMANA SCHOOL DISTRICT
The Clear Creek Amana School District covers over 250
square miles of beautiful eastern Iowa countryside, ranging
from hills and woods to open farming. The Iowa River Valley
and Coralville Reservoir provide residents with recreational
opportunities as well as outstanding scenery.
The school district encompasses the towns of Tiffin (popula-
tion 2,247), Oxford (population 821), and the seven villages of
the historic Amana Colonies (population 1,600). The eastern
edge of the district is inside the city limits of Coralville and North
Liberty. The total population of the district is about 12,000.
The district is located seven miles west of Iowa City and 20
miles south of Cedar Rapids. Both Interstates 80 and 380 pass
through the district providing easy access to Des Moines (100
miles), Chicago (220 miles) and points beyond. The location
provides a rural setting, yet within minutes offers the cultural
opportunities of a Big Ten university (the University of Iowa),
the urban opportunities of a major city (Cedar Rapids), and
the charm and uniqueness of the Amana Colonies, a national
historic site and Iowa’s number one tourist destination. The
University of Iowa offers a Ph. D. in Educational Leadership.
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics provide some of the
highest quality healthcare found anywhere in the United States.
The district serves 2,022 students preK-12 and is growing.
District enrollment increased by over 500 students during
2000-2010. The district operates five attendance centers with
a high school in Tiffin (564 students 9-12), a middle school
in Tiffin (379 students 6-8) and elementary centers in Middle
Amana (158 students PK-5), North Liberty (470 students PK-5)
and Oxford (451 students PK-5).
The community support of education is evidenced by the
opening of the North Bend Elementary building in 2008 with a
six-classroom addition in 2013, a high school building in 2009.
A state of the art athletic complex opened in the fall of 2009
and the performing arts center opened in the fall of 2010. A
recent bond issue was passed to build a new elementary in Tif-
fin-opening in 2015 along with additions to the middle and high
school, and installing air conditioning in Amana Elementary.
Each attendance center has a full time building principal.
The district has a full time technology coordinator and full time
nurse. The staff, which includes 150 certified teachers, are
caring and committed to providing the best education possible
for all students.
North Liberty
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255 Hackberry Street
North Liberty, IA 52317-9381
Phone: 319-626-4777
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Heritage Christian School is an inter-denominational PreK-
8th grade school with an open enrollment policy. The mission
of Heritage is to provide Christ-centered, academically chal-
lenging education that reinforces the parent’s responsibility to
raise children who love and serve Jesus Christ. In 21 years,
Heritage Christian School has grown from 37 students in a
K-6th grade program to 197 students in a PreK-8th grade
program which operates out of its 25,000 square foot facility
on 22 acres.
In September 2005, Heritage Christian School added a
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NORTH BEND ELEMENTARY
2230 St. Andrews Drive
PO Box 350
North Liberty, IA 52317
Phone: 319-626-3950
BEFORE-AND-AFTER SCHOOL
PROGRAM: 622-3255
North Bend Elementary School is located on the corner of
Kansas Avenue and 270th St. in North Liberty. North Bend
has an estimated student population of 500 students in grades
PK-5.
In February 2006, voters in the Clear Creek Amana Com-
munity School District approved a $25.5 million bond issue
to fund the construction of a new high school in Tiffin and an
elementary school in North Liberty. The construction of North
Bend Elementary School started in May 2007 and the school
opened its doors in August of 2008.
The school currently has 24 classrooms including spe-
cialized classrooms for art and music. There are also three
extended learning areas, a media center and a gymnasium.
Construction on an additional six classrooms was completed
to start the 2013-2014 school year. The parking lot system
has separate bus and pedestrian traffic loops. The building is
energy efficient with a geo-thermal heating and cooling sys-
tem. The school has a Sensory Garden and Victory Garden
behind the school.
NORTH BEND ELEMENTARY PTG
North Bend’s Parent Teacher Group meets the first Monday
of each month during the school year at 6:30 p.m. The pur-
pose of the organization is to support the education of North
Bend students by fostering relationships among the school,
parents and teachers. Those who cannot attend meetings are
encouraged to be put on an e-mail list to receive the PTG’s
monthly updates.
Contact the school at 626-3950 or visit the website at http://
www.cca.k12.ia.us/NBE/NBEptg.html.
Pre-Kindergarten program exclusively for four- and five-year-
olds. This program consists of a two-day program (Tuesday
and Thursday), a three-day program (Monday, Wednesday
and Friday), and a five-day program, running from 8:30 a.m. to
1:30 p.m. Kindergarten includes three- and five-day offerings
from 8:25 a.m. to 3:10 p.m.
Heritage offers a challenging academic program with stu-
dents scoring among the top performers on Iowa Assessment
Tests, both in the state of Iowa and in the nation. The entire
program at Heritage Christian School includes art, music, tech-
nology and interscholastic sports resulting in a well-balanced
education. View additional school information on the web at
www.hcs-nl.com.
“We’re Christ-centered, first, which results in academic ex-
cellence,” said Heritage Christian School Administrator Mike
Annis. “It is our commitment to that order in priority we can
attribute the school’s great success. Our desire is to serve
families in this community, providing excellence in education
that is unsurpassed.”
For more information, contact Administrator Michael Annis
at 626-4777 or email annism@hcs-nl.com.
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CarePro Liberty Pharmacy
555 W Cherry Street, North Liberty
(across from the Community Center)
319.626.6188 - info,careprohs.com
www.careprohealthservices.com
Pharmacists:
Kyra, Marla and Stevie
Celebrating 25 Years
in North Liberty!
Monday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. - Tuesday - Friday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Your friendly neighborhood pharmacy
has grown with North Liberty for 23 years.
- Vitamins and supplements
- Diabetes education
- Local delivery service
- Prescriptions
- Medical equipment
- Fun cards and gifs
- Drive-up window
CORALVILLE NORTH-CORRIDOR ROTARY CLUB
The Coralville North-Corridor is one of 60 clubs in Rotary
District 6000, serving the southern half of Iowa. The Coralville
North-Corridor Rotary Club promotes literacy by providing
literary materials for local public libraries, and dictionaries to
fourth graders. Locally the club’s service includes the DVIP
and Crisis Center, and internationally the service reaches
Xicotepec, Mexico.
The Rotary Club meets every Wednesday at 12 noon. For
more information, contact CNC Rotary President at 319-631-
0772 or email jeffkoeppel@aaamech.com.
NORTH LIBERTY AMERICAN LEGION/LEGION
AUXILIARY/SONS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION
American Legion Post 1976 is a social and community-mind-
ed group serving North Liberty and area veterans. Among
its members are veterans from WW2, the Korean War, the
Vietnam War, the Gulf War and recent conflicts in Iraq and
Afghanistan.
For information on joining or other questions, contact Club
’76 (319) 626-6046.
NORTH LIBERTY BOY SCOUT TROOP 216
Available for boys ages 11-16. Major activities include camp-
ing, canoeing, and outdoor activities. Meets 7 p.m. Tuesday
evenings at Hope Presbyterian Church, 470 N. Front Street.
For more information contact Scoutmaster Kevin Kurka at
665-9076.
NORTH LIBERTY COMMUNITY PANTRY
89 North Jones Blvd.
319-626-2711
www.facebook.com/northlibertycommunitypantry
www.northlibertycommunitypantry.org
nlpantry@gmail.com
Hours: Tuesdays, Wednesday Thursday, and Saturday: 10
a.m.-12 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday 3-6 p.m.
The Pantry is located on the site of the First United Methodist
Church of North Liberty, at 89 N. Jones Blvd., and primarily
serves people from the communities of North Liberty, Oxford,
Tiffin, Solon, Shueyville and Swisher in Johnson County. The
Pantry offers fresh bread, seasonal produce and frozen foods,
in addition to canned and packaged groceries. Families select
their own food in a shopping-style set up. Clothing for children
of all ages and adult outerwear are available to individuals and
families in the service area. The pantry conducts an annual
coat giveaway for children and adults in the fall. Semi-annual
underwear and socks giveaways are held for children in need
in the fall and all family members in the spring.
The pantry also provides toiletries, cleaning supplies, and
pet food when available for distribution.
The pantry hosts periodic classes to educate families about
healthy food choices, cooking and meal planning, and equips
them with essential kitchen items necessary to prepare nu-
tritional meals.
Families may come to the pantry as often as once per week.
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ALYDAR DR 4B - 5B
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BLACK BEAR BND
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BOILERMAKER DR 3E
BRADLEY PL 5D - 5E
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BUCKINGHAM PL 3F
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CAMDEN ST G6
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CEDAR SPRINGS CT 7F
CEDAR SPRINGS DR 7F
CEDAR VISTA LN 7F
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CHERRY ST, E, W 5D - 5F
CHESTNUT ST, E 5F
CHESTNUT ST, S 4F - 5F
CHESTNUT ST,W 5F
CHUKAR CIRCLE 8D - 8E
CHURCHILL DR 5C
CIRCLE DR 5E
CLUB HOUSE RD 3D - 3E
COLONY RIDGE RD 1C
COLTON DR, N 5D
COLTON DR, S 4D
COMMERCIAL DR 5E
COMMUNITY DR 5E
COOK CIR 2F
COPELAND LN 6F
COPPER MTN DR 1D
CORAL RIDGE AVE
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CORTNEY LN 3F
CORY CT 4D
COUGAR PL 7E
COUNTRY LN 5D
COVERED BRIDGE
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COYOTE CT 7E
CUB DR 7E
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DEBOER LN 4F
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DEERFIELD DR 7C - 7D
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FOREVERGREEN RD, E,
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Limited paperwork is required once a year, and identification
and proof of residence is required at the first visit and for
annual updates. The pantry is open to all in the community,
and anyone who expresses a need will receive assistance.
The Pantry has volunteer opportunities throughout the week
that fit a variety of schedules. Find out more about volunteering
at www.northlibertycommunitypantry.org.
Donations of food, clothing, or funds can be made during
Pantry hours or inside the First United Methodist Church from
6:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday through Friday.
NORTH LIBERTY CUB SCOUT PACK 216
A family-centered program for boys in the first through fifth
grades (7-10 years old). Participate in fun outdoor and com-
munity service activities. For more information about meeting
times and membership, contact Christine Loren at 541-2727 or
visit the Pack’s website at NorthLibertyPack216@gmail.com.
NORTH LIBERTY CUB SCOUT PACK 279
Cub Scout Pack 279 serves the North Bend Elementary
attendance area with a family-centered program for boys in the
first through fifth grades (7-10 years old). Members participate
in fun outdoor and community service activities.
For information about meeting times and membership,
contact Jon White at 402-201-7285.
NORTH LIBERTY GIRL SCOUTS
Any girl 5 to 17 (kindergarten to 12th grade) who lives in the
North Liberty area is welcome to join the Girl Scouts.
The Girl Scouts have several opportunities to attend sum-
mer camps, take part in educational opportunities and perform
community service.
For more information on joining a local troop or on becoming
an adult volunteer, call Crystal Sherman at the Girl Scout office
in Cedar Rapids at 319-363-8335, toll free at 1-800-798-0833,
or e-mail crystals@girlscoutstoday.org. General information
can be found on the web at http://GirlScoutsToday.org.
NORTH LIBERTY LIONS CLUB
Chartered in 2009, the Lions Club is a service organization
with a focus on sight and hearing. Projects include organiz-
ing vision screenings, collecting eyeglasses, assisting with
hearing aids, assisting with specialized camp sponsorships,
and meeting various general needs of the community. Meets
the second Thursday of each month at 6:15 p.m. at the North
Liberty Community Library, 520 W. Cherry St. For more infor-
mation, visit the website: iowalions.org/northliberty.
NORTH LIBERTY OPTIMIST CLUB
The North Liberty Optimist Club supports child and youth
programs in the North Liberty Community. The club raises
money with activities such as Pancake Day in March and the
Avenue of Flags throughout the warmer months. These funds
are channeled right back into the local community in the form of
sponsorships for local youth and youth-related organizations.
The club is the chartering organization for Boy Scout Troop
216 and Cub Scout Pack 216, and supports baseball, softball,
and football teams. In addition, the Optimist Club financially
assists the North Liberty Community Center/Aquatic Center,
the Community Library, Girl Scouts, the Family Resource
Center, the North Liberty Food and Clothing Pantry, the five
schools in North Liberty, and youth scholarships. The Opti-
mists welcomes new members who are interested in helping
kids in the North Liberty community. Meetings: second and
fouth Thursday of each month, 6:30 p.m. at the North Liberty
Pizza Ranch. For more information, visit the website at www.
nloptimist.org. For more information, contact president Dale
Ingle at 319-626-2302.
NORTH LIBERTY STEERING COMMITTEE
The Iowa City Area Chamber of Commerce’s North Liberty
Steering Committee encourages a positive business envi-
ronment and promotes North Liberty as a part of the Corridor
regional business community in order to maintain, expand and
develop business opportunities.
The North Liberty Steering Committee hosts monthly
roundtables– social lunches over the noon hour– the third
Wednesday of each month. All are invited to network and keep
up-to-date with city and business news.
The committee also plans events that promote networking
and enhance community pride, including:
• North Liberty Golf Outing (May 15, 2014)
• North Liberty Fun Run & Walk (September 21, 2014)
• North Liberty Banquet (November 13, 2014).
Additional details at www.iowacityarea.com.
For more information, contact Maggie Putman, Director of
Special Events and Leadership Programs, at 319-337-9637
or maggie@iowacityarea.com.
WHIP-POOR-WILL CLUB OF NORTH LIBERTY
Daughters of early townspeople formed the Whip-Poor-Will
club 112 years ago as a ladies’ social club for “good will and
camaraderie.” Club programs include speakers on issues,
civic, and community projects. New Officers are elected in
May each year and take office July 1 of each year.
Meetings: First Saturday of each month, 2 p.m. at a mem-
ber’s home or other designated location.
Contact: President Kay Mohling, 319-626-3043, or by email
at five4cy@southslope.net
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NORTH LIBERTY
626-4660
www.ccbw.com
935 240th St NE
WATER CONDITIONING
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RETAIL SHOWROOM
Fertilizers • Herbicides
Hand Tools • Outdoor Décor
Bulk Material: Mulch, Rock, Dirt
Landscaping Materials:
Retaining Walls, Patios,
Firepits, Concrete Edgers.
Displays on site for most
landscape materials.
Locally Owned
and Operated
315 West Cherry St.
North Liberty
319.665.2191
Request a quote online @ www.janslawncare.com
Tree & Shrub
PROGRAMS
COMPLETE
Lawn Care
LANDSCAPI NG
Services
SMALL ENGINE SERVICES
• Oil & Fluid Changes
• Blade & Chain Saw Sharpening
• Fuel System & Carburetor Repair & Overhaul
• Transmission & Engine Repair
• Warranty Service
AUTO SERVICES
• Oil Changes - With Free Inspections
• Tire Rotations & Sales
• Computer Diagnostics
• Tune Up & Fuel Maintenance & Repair
• Brake Service & Replacement
• AC & Heater Repair
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