News Flash

Posted on: January 15, 2020

Open Houses to Look at Potential Redesigns for Area Transit Systems

Iowa City Area Transit Study reimagine your ride

Whether you are a regular transit rider, only ride the bus occasionally, or have never been on a bus, the City of Coralville wants your feedback about possible scenarios to redesign our transit system.

Coralville, the City of Iowa City, and the University ...

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City of Coralville News
Posted on: October 30, 2019

Guide to Snow Removal in Coralville

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Get the guidelines for street plowing, sidewalk shoveling, and parking this winter

Coralville reminds residents of the rules and guidelines for winter snow removal and parking. Additional information about snow removal is available at www.coralville.org/sn...

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City of Coralville News
Posted on: December 9, 2019

Recycle Holiday Trees & Greens in January

Recycle holiday trees

For customers with City of Coralville trash and recycling services, the Coralville Solid Waste Department will collect and recycle live holiday trees, wreaths, and swags throughout the month of January as staff is available. Trees and greens will be picke...

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City of Coralville News
Posted on: December 9, 2019

City of Coralville Indoor Facilities Offer Programs & Warmth

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City Facilities

The City of Coralville offers several public facilities where residents can warm up when outdoor temperatures dip down.

Coralville Public LibraryDiscover the Coralville Public Library (1401 5th Street), which offers a variety of services, pr...

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City of Coralville News
Posted on: October 23, 2019

City Receives REAP Grant for Park Land Purchase

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The City of Coralville has been awarded a grant of $125,000 from Resource Enhancement and Protection, commonly referred to as REAP.  The money will be used to purchase park land acres in the west land use area with the eventual goal of a new 100 ...

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City of Coralville News
Posted on: October 22, 2019

Coralville Mayor John Lundell Joins National League of Cities 2020 Presidential Task Force

Coralville Mayor John Lundell was in the nation’s capital this week as part of the local leaders 2020 Presidential Election Task Force. In partnership with the National League of Cities (NLC), the Task Force will help ensure community issues are...

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City of Coralville News
Posted on: April 12, 2017

Coralville Responds to Emerald Ash Borer

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Proactive strategy aims to lessen environmental impact; property owners encouraged to make plans for their ash treesEmerald ash borer (EAB), a tree-killing pest of ash trees, was confirmed in Coralville in early 2017.  The small metallic green be...

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City of Coralville News

News Flash

News Flash

Posted on: October 10, 2019

Construction Begins on E. 9th Street Improvements in the Iowa River Landing

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Updated October 24, 11:45 am:E. 7th Street is now open between 1st Avenue and Quarry Road. This provides secondary access to the Iowa River Landing.


Updated October 15, 2019, 1:45 pm:

The following changes were made to traffic control on E. 9th Street to ai...

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Construction and Traffic Updates

News Flash

Posted on: November 4, 2019

Preparation and Announcements for Winter Parks Facilities

Winter is coming. While popular television may have changed this phrase in the minds of many to a different meaning, Parks and Recreation staff use the phrase to prepare park areas for winter. Here’s a few tips for winter park use:

Park and trail...

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Coralville Parks and Recreation News
Posted on: October 23, 2019

City Receives REAP Grant for Park Land Purchase

REAP logo

The City of Coralville has been awarded a grant of $125,000 from Resource Enhancement and Protection, commonly referred to as REAP.  The money will be used to purchase park land acres in the west land use area with the eventual goal of a new 100 ...

Read on...

Coralville Parks and Recreation News
Posted on: April 12, 2017

Coralville Responds to Emerald Ash Borer

PA-Dept-of-Conservation-and-Natural-Resources_Forestry_Bugwood_org

Proactive strategy aims to lesson environmental impact; property owners encouraged to make plans for their ash trees

Emerald ash borer (EAB), a tree-killing pest of ash trees, was confirmed in Coralville in early 2017.  The small metallic green be...

Read on...

Coralville Parks and Recreation News

News Flash

Posted on: January 17, 2020

Coralville Transit Resumes Service on Iowa Avenue Beginning Jan. 17 after 2:30 pm

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Repairs on the CRANDIC Railroad overpass on Iowa Avenue are complete, allowing Coralville Transit to resume normal operations along Iowa Avenue. 

On Friday, January 17 after 2:30 pm, Coralville Transit will resume service at Hubbard Park (stop #01...

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Coralville Transit News
Posted on: January 15, 2020

Open Houses to Look at Potential Redesigns for Area Transit Systems

Iowa City Area Transit Study reimagine your ride

Whether you are a regular transit rider, only ride the bus occasionally, or have never been on a bus, the City of Coralville wants your feedback about possible scenarios to redesign our transit system.

Coralville, the City of Iowa City, and the University ...

Read on...

Coralville Transit News