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Some street closures may be in effect beginning at approximately am on July 4 and lasting until the parade ends. Loud noises like fireworks or concerts, being in crowds, and the noise and activity of a parade may be overwhelming, frightening, or stress your pet.
Please carefully consider your pet’s health and safety before bringing your pet to 4th Fest.
To apply, complete a sign permit application and submit a rendering or photo of the sign along with a site plan for the location of the sign.
After approval, the permit fee is collected and the sign can be installed.
Other Transit routes have stops within two blocks of the library.
Transit Routes and Schedules To change your online catalog pin number, sign in using your current pin using the My Account tab in the online catalog.
A permit is required for sheds that are greater than 200 square feet in area.
Storage sheds may be located in the rear yard only.
City staff will review the complaint, inspect the issue, and advise the property owner to make any needed corrections. All signs in the City, including temporary banners, require a sign permit.All commercial re-roofing and siding require a building permit. A sign can only be placed in the property for sale, and not on the corner of the street. Signs shall be placed inside the sidewalk on private property and are not allowed in the public right of way, such as the space between the sidewalk and the street, in the median, or in a roundabout. Parking is allowed only on hard surfaces such as concrete or asphalt on a drive leading to a garage or carport.Parked cars should never obstruct the sidewalk, and parking between the sidewalk and curb is not allowed.Free library cards are available at the Coralville Public Library public service desks.
Residents of Coralville and rural Johnson County, as well as residents of the State of Iowa whose home library participates in the Open Access program, are eligible to get a library card.During 4th Fest, parking is limited at the Aquatic Center, 1513 7th Street, due to the carnival. They are a safety hazard (sparklers burn hot enough to cause third degree burns) and a fire hazard, and used sparklers left on the ground can cause injury when grass is mowed.