Fatal crash In Iowa City under investigation

IOWA CITY -- At 10:54 p.m. Saturday, May 27, 2023, Iowa City Police were called to the intersection of Court Street and Seventh Avenue for a serious crash. One person was killed and two others suffered minor injuries.

The crash remains under investigation by the Iowa State Patrol. No additional information is available at this time.

Today's Weather Outlook for the Corridor

Today's weather forecast and a four day outlook.  Check this page for the latest weather reports in the corridor area.  Up-to-date weather conditions for the Iowa City area are observed at the Iowa City, Iowa City Municipal Airport, IA.  For weather conditions specific to other cities outside the corridor area, just type in your zip code below.

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Embark on a Literary Adventure with ICPL's Summer Reading Program, Launching June 1

The Iowa City Public Library (ICPL) is excited to announce the much-anticipated 2023 Summer Reading Program, which will run from June 1 to Aug. 5, 2023. A kickoff celebration, ABC Saturday (Arts, Books, & Children) at the Iowa Arts Festival, will be held on June 3 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. on the Ped Mall. 

Interested participants can sign up in-person at the Library, at the Bookmobile, online through Beanstack, or by printing and submitting a PDF of the Summer Reading log found at icpl.org/srp starting June 1. The program welcomes readers of all ages - from infants to adults - and is entirely free of cost.

All ages will earn a free prize book when they turn in a completed game card at the Library or Bookmobile by August 5.

The Library aims to inspire curiosity and exploration during this summer program. Participants can look forward to a lineup of engaging, free events meant to spark imagination and learning. Highlights include Stories in the Park, a visit from Pete the Cat, Teen Museum Mondays, a temporary tattoo workshop, Bookmobile activities at Iowa City Farmers Market, BYOBook, and many more!

All Library patrons, regardless of age or neurodiversity, can participate in our Summer Reading Programs. We will be happy to customize reading programs and activities to meet the individual needs of our patrons; please visit icpl.org/srp or call 319-356-5200.

The Iowa City Public Library is a center of community life that connects people of all ages with information; engages them with the world of ideas and with each other; and enriches the community by supporting learning, promoting literacy, and encouraging creativity.

Summer Reading Program

Parking citations and parking permits payments will not be processed May 26 through June 1 during maintenance

Iowa CityIOWA CITY -- The City's Transportation Services will not be able to accept in-person or online payments for citation payment or parking permit renewals from 5:30 p.m. Friday, May 26, until 7 a.m. June 1, 2023, due to planned system maintenance.

That means the Transportation Services Office at 335 Iowa Ave. will not be able to process payments for citations, permit renewals, or bus passes during that time. Online payments will not be available either. 

Bus passes can still be purchased at the City Hall Revenue Desk, 410 E. Washington St. 

All other parking payment operations, including parking meters and payment in parking ramps, will work as normal. 

ICPL to Close on Memorial Day


ICPL Memorial Day

ICPL to Close on Memorial Day

Iowa City Traffic Alert – Templin Road

Iowa CityOWA CITY -- Weather permitting, travel on the following street will be impacted beginning Tuesday, May 30, 2023.

Templin Road will be reduced to one lane of alternating traffic. This lane reduction will facilitate the installation of a sanitary sewer service line in the area.

It is anticipated normal traffic will resume by Wednesday, May 31.

Iowa City Animal Services investigates dog bite

On Friday, May 27, 2023, Iowa City Animal Services received notification that a person had been bitten by a dog. The bite occurred around 7 a.m. May 26 in the 100 Block of Lincoln Avenue. The dog is described as having a medium-sized build with gray and white, medium-length fur. The woman walking the dog was walking a small, brown dog, as well.

Iowa City Animal Services is seeking information on the rabies vaccination status of the dog. If anyone has any information, they are encouraged to contact Iowa City Animal Services directly at 319-356-5295 or The Iowa City Police Department at 319-356-6800.

What to do in the event of an animal bite

If you've been bitten, ask the owner of the animal for their information and if the animal is current on its rabies vaccination. Clean the bite with soap and water as soon as you're able. Iowa City Animal Services recommends seeking medical attention to ensure there is no infection and filing a bite report to Animal Services or the Iowa City Police Department.

If your animal bites someone, inform both the victim and Animal Services of your pet's rabies vaccination status. Bites must be reported for the health and safety of others. Failure to report a bite could result in a fine.

News – City of North Liberty, May 26, 2023

North Liberty is a growing, thriving and young community. Proud to be a family-friendly small town in the heart of Iowa.

Name a Firework to Help Build North Liberty’s Next Stage


Kickstart your Independence Day celebrations with a fireworks display on Monday evening, July 3, 2023, in Penn Meadows Park. The display will launch at 9 p.m. from Owen Skelley Field (formally known as Babe Ruth Field) in the southwest corner of Penn Meadows Park, located at 170 N. Dubuque St. Viewers are welcome and encouraged…

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North Liberty Youth Council Accepting Applications for 2023-2024

The North Liberty Youth Council program is now accepting applications for its second cohort. The program invites local high school students to connect with community leaders, develop leadership skills, support the community through service projects and advocate for other young people in North Liberty. The Youth Council will host eight to 12 students for the…

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There’s Always Something to Do This Summer

Two kids, who appear to be twins, eat ice cream cones

Who doesn't love summer? Well, bored kids (and parents of bored kids). But never fear: there's tons to fill your calendar and stave off boredom from Memorial Day to Labor Day throughout North Liberty. Make sure to check our public event calendar, get signed up for emails and follow us on Facebook to keep up…

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