What's Happening In The City Of Liberty Lake?
-Burn Ban that was in effect has been lifted. Click here for more information.
-Virtual Open House for New Police Chief. The City of Liberty Lake will be interviewing potential candidates to become the New City Police Chief. Please join us virtually on Wednesday October 21st, at 7:00 pm and see the candidates. The Mayor would also love to here your opinion of the candidates. You can send the Mayor an e-mail at email@example.com or HumanResources@libertylakewa.gov. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82173335796?pwd=YmxIK3hrcjVLc0pwYWIyYnRMSHN1QT09
-National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Coming October 24. This event is a safe, convenient, and responsible way to dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs at locations in communities throughout the country. http://www.takebackyourmeds.org/
-Voting Info –
- The State Voter’s Guide is available at the library. They can be picked up during holds pickup hours.
- Ballot Drop Box located at Liberty Lake Library, 23123 E. Mission Ave., Liberty Lake, WA.
- Ballots are collected daily Monday – Friday. Ballots are collected on the weekend, but frequency varies.
- You can track your ballot online at voter.votewa.gov/WhereToVote.aspx
- The nearest Voter Service Center is at CenterPlace Event Center in Spokane Valley.
Questions about voting, ballots, or the election? Contact Spokane County Elections at 509-477-2320.
-The Harvard Road Widening project will likely start late October. Citizens will begin to see workers around the bridge doing work on the support structure around I-90 all winter. In the spring, work will begin on the bridge deck and on ramps where there will be lane shifts and closures. Major lane shifts affecting traffic flow and bridge deck will commence in the spring.
-The Liberty Lake Library is offering contact-free holds pickup Monday-Friday from 10am-4pm and Saturday from 10am-3pm. For more details about the service, contact the library at 509-232-2510.
-The Fall Leaf Pickup is looking a bit different this year. There will be no leaf pickup, instead, residents can bring their bagged leaves to the Sewer District site from November 2 through November 20. For more information: https://libertylake.org/leaf-and-beach-pickup-2020/
-Winter Glow planning for Orchard Park is underway! Volunteers are needed. Click here for more information.
-Now is the time to schedule irrigation blowouts for your sprinkler system before the cold arrives and check the batteries in your smoke detectors.
-A reminder from LLPD:
The Liberty Lake Police would like to remind everyone that the winter months are approaching fast. When the snow starts to fly, the City crews will be working to keep the streets clear. Please try to keep that in mind when parking on the streets around the areas where center islands are located. When the plows are not able to get through, the streets will not be kept clear. There are specific no parking signs located along Indiana Avenue between Harvest Parkway and Bitteroot Lane. The Liberty Lake Police will be enforcing those parking restrictions and if a vehicle is blocking the roadway, they could be towed at the owners expense.
Stay safe and remember to report any suspicious vehicles or activities.
-The Planning Commission has openings for Commissioners. Click here for details.