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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.

Coralville, Iowa, weather forecast

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City of Coralville Job Opportunity: Police Chief

Coralville LogoThe City of Coralville is looking to fill the Chief of Police position.

For 150 years, Coralville has experienced continuous development and population growth. Coralville is a city in the Corridor area that includes the communities of Iowa City, North Liberty, and Cedar Rapids. Coralville has a public transit service, an expansive public library, their own police and fire departments, a Center for the Performing Arts, wonderful parks and recreation facilities that include over 45 miles of hard surface trails, and the Xtream Arena that hosts sporting events, concerts, and other family events. 

With easy access to Interstate-80 and I-380 and plenty of local options for shopping, eating, and entertainment, and the proximity to the University of Iowa, Coralville is a great place to work and live!  For additional information visit our website at

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How to Apply

To apply, send cover letter, resume, and salary history by 4:00 pm, July 8, 2024, to:

Jeff Cayler
Cayler Consulting, LLC
Email: [email protected]
Ph: 712.830.3794

One bus stop closed at VA Hospital on 10-West Iowa City route due to construction

Iowa CityIOWA CITY -- Weather permitting, the outbound stop at the VA Hospital on the 10-West Iowa City route, stop 0253, will be closed beginning Tuesday, June 11, 2024, due to construction on Newton Road.

This stop will remain out of service during the duration of the University of Iowa's road construction project, which is anticipated to continue through late 2024.

Passengers looking to catch the outbound 10-West Iowa City bus can do so on Newton Road at Lincoln Avenue (stop 8200) or at the Newton Road Ramp (stop 0257).

Iowa City Transit Customer Service staff would be happy to help plan your trip. They can be reached at [email protected] or 319-356-5151. 

The Transit app will also be updated. For up-to-date information on transit routes, download the Transit app.

City of North Liberty: It's going to be good

☑ Explore June's community activities 
☑ Get ready for outdoor pool season
☑ Help out at Summer Lunch & Fun
☑ Get a membership to save on the rec center and pool
☑ Volunteer for Blues & BBQ

As I write this, it's a warm and sunny day, which brings me joy and makes it easy to feel good about my neighbors and smile as families waddle through the park or couples walk their incredibly furry dogs down the block.

I'm not always this way, and sometimes it can be hard to feel warmth towards people. A jerk noses in front of you in the school drop-off line. You catch some snarky blowback at the grocery store. There's some nagging from your partner the moment you get home. But when I feel joy, it's easier to offer these folks grace and set aside my occasional petty feelings of resentment or annoyance.

This weekend, we're celebrating love, which seems like a pretty good thing to celebrate. And we'll do a lot more celebrating of community and getting chances to be joyful as we head towards more sunny days.

[insert contented sigh here]

It's going to be a great summer.

— Nick Bergus

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City offices will be closed Thursday, July 4, for Independence Day. Summer Lunch & Fun will not be held, and the Library will be closed. Recreation and aquatics will be open limited hours.
Stormwater — primarily meaning rain — and how we deal with it is something North Liberty staff thinks a lot about, even on sunny days. We recently modernized our storm water utility rates. Planning Director Ryan Rusnak and Stormwater Coordinator Mike Wolfe talk about what we do and why we do it.
Listen to 52317 to learn about people and their work. The latest: Heather Cummings, owner of North Liberty’s Best Academy, talks about being focused on keeping kids active and engaged with plenty of physical exercise, field trips, and the teaching of life skills. Find the podcast wherever you listen.
Details and more events are on the community calendar. ★ denotes events on the City Slate.
Free Community Swim Lesson
June 7 • 9:30 or 10:10 am
Aquatics Center
To help everyone enjoy a fun, safe summer, here's a jumpstart to water skills and safety.
★ Let Love Fly
June 8 • 11 – 3 pm
Centennial Park
A community celebration of love with awe-inspiring mega kites, LGBTQ groups and sponsors.
From Soil to Soul
June 10 and 24 • 6 pm
Community Pantry
Inspirational sessions exploring the connection between diverse gardens and good health.
★ Camp North Liberty
June 21 • 3 pm to overnight

Community Center
Come camp with a full evening of programs: live music, cardboard boat racing, dinner and more.
★ Car Show & Shine 
July 3 • 7 – 9 pm

Penn Meadows Park
Join the Classy Chassy Cruisers for a free classic car show before the fireworks display.
Ranshaw House Concerts
Fridays • 6 – 8 pm
Ranshaw House
Gather with your friends for a free concert. Bring a picnic, chairs and BYOB.
★ Free Fishing with TAKO
June 9 • 11 am – 1 pm
Liberty Centre Pond
Learn how to fish from the experts, no license required. A free light lunch is provided.
★ Swimming Storytime
June 12 • 9:30 – 11:30 am
Aquatics Center
First a story then an open swim at the first of three storytimes in our outdoor pool.
★ Splash Bash
June 23 • 6 – 9 pm

Aquatics Center
The pools turn 20 this year. We're celebrating with food trucks, a live DJ, photo ops and more.
★ Fireworks
July 3 • 9:30 pm
Penn Meadows Park
Fireworks to kick off your Independence Day celebrations after the car show.
Outdoor Yoga
June 8 • 8 – 9 am
Centennial Park
A free gathering  led by Natalie Johnston of Lifestyle Health Therapies for all levels and ages.
Summer Lunch & Fun
Weekdays • 11:30 am – 1 pm
Ranshaw House
A meal and an activity every weekday starting June 10 for any kid in North Liberty.
Twilight Swim
June 12 • 5 – 9 pm
Aquatic Center
Enjoy sweet summer evenings with a evening dip. Concessions available.
Late Night Swim
June 28 • 8 – 10 pm

Aquatics Center
A special late-night after-hours swim in the outdoor pool, with limited concessions available.
★ Blues & BBQ 
July 13 • 10 am – 10:30 pm
Centennial Park
Delicious food, free live music headlined by The White Buffalo, craft beer and free kids fun

Our mailing address is:
City of North Liberty
520 W Cherry St
North Liberty, IA 52317

Tow alert issued; Transit changes announced ahead of Iowa Arts Festival street closures

Iowa CityIOWA CITY -- The following roads will be closed for the Iowa Arts Festival at 6 a.m. on Friday, June 7, and will reopen late night Sunday, June 9:

  • Clinton Street from Jefferson Street to the alley north of Joseph's Steakhouse
  • Washington Street from Capitol Street to Linn Street
  • Iowa Avenue from Clinton Street to Dubuque Street

Dubuque Street, from Iowa to Washington, is already closed to the Dubuque Street Reconstruction Project. 

Parking meters on all impacted streets will be marked with "No Parking" signs before the event. Cars in violation of these regulations will be towed. Metered spots in this area do not allow parking from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. and these parking regulations will be enforced. Follow all posted parking signs to prevent your vehicle from being towed. Owners whose vehicles have been towed will need to obtain a vehicle release from the Iowa City Police Department, City Hall, 410 E. Washington St. Call 319-356-5275. Do not call 911.

In addition to reduced street parking, some ramp and lot parking will be reserved for festival vendors, artists, performers, and service vehicles. Look for posted signs indicating restricted parking.

The Parking Division will be operating a normal weekday and weekend schedule from Thursday, June 7 , through Sunday, June 9. Parking ramps will remain open and staffed. All parking regulations will be in effect and enforced.

Transit changes for Iowa Arts Festival

Iowa City Transit will temporarily relocate the bus interchange to Court Street between Clinton and Dubuque streets starting at 6 a.m. Friday, June 7, 2024, due to the Iowa Arts Festival. This change will be in place through Saturday, June 8. The bus interchange will return to its normal interchange at Clinton and Washington on Monday, June 10. 

The bus will not be able to service the following stops in the Downtown area due to the detours in place. Affected bus stops are stops 7200, 7201, 7500, 7080, 7081, 7400, 7091, 7207, 7401, 7023, 7077, 7078, 7244.

Use the Transit App to keep track of changes; routes will be updated.

Iowa City Traffic Alert – Scott Boulevard

Iowa CityIOWA CITY -- Weather permitting, travel on the following street will be impacted beginning on Monday, June 10, 2024.

The northbound right-turn lane will be closed on Scott Boulevard at the Rochester Avenue intersection. Additionally, lanes of traffic will be shifted on Rochester Avenue and Scott Boulevard. A detour route will be posted.

These traffic impacts will facilitate the installation of watermain in the area. It is anticipated normal traffic will resume by Wednesday, July 3, 2024.