What's Happening In The City Of Liberty Lake?
-There will be a special City Council meeting on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 6 pm to discuss the budget for 2021. To join the Zoom Meeting:
-The Parks and Arts Commission is accepting applications for one vacant position, and three positions opening up January 1, 2021. For more information, click here.
- The Liberty Lake Police Department would like to remind everyone to drive slowly through the communities and watch for children/pedestrians over this Halloween weekend. Pedestrians please try to remain on the sidewalks and look both ways before walking across the roadways and cross at marked intersections. Have each member of your group carry a flashlight or glow stick in order to be seen at night. Parents remain with your younger children and ensure your older kids have a cell phone along with a planned route before going out. Report any suspicious activity in your area to 911 and stay safe.
-The City arborists continue to work on clean up and pruning of trees from the past storm. Trees tagged with ribbon will be pruned by Certified Arborists.
-The library and city hall will be closed on Wednesday, November 11 in observance of Veterans Day.
-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. Lights will be turned on November 21, 2020!
-A reminder from LLPD: The Liberty Lake Police would like to remind everyone that the winter months are here. 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 Bitterroot 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. You may receive a warning letter on your vehicle the first week of November, but after that you will be subject to the parking violation.
Stay safe and remember to report any suspicious vehicles or activities.
-The Planning Commission has openings for Commissioners through November 15. Click here for details.