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The first round of leaf vacuuming is scheduled to begin October 23.
To be sure your leaves are collected:
How to responsibly tailgate in University Heights.
Residents may take yard waste to the compost facility at the Iowa City Landfill and Recycling Center at no charge.
To have branches and other plant material collected curbside on Tuesday mornings:
Johnson County's website has information for voters regarding the November 7 City and School (Board) Election.
In University Heights, the Mayoral seat and all five Council seats are on the ballot.
Owners of private property are responsible for care and maintenance of trees and plantings, including those located in the City right-of-way adjoining their property.
Johnson County is accepting applications for participation in the Soil Health Program.
Homeowners in University Heights can be reimbursed up to 50 percent of the cost ($2,000 maximum) for completing soil quality restoration, which involves deep-tine aerati...
Whether you and your dog are walking down a neighborhood sidewalk, playing in a park, or in your own yard, be aware of your responsibilities as a pet owner.
Dogs may be everybody’s best friend, but dog waste is not. Clean up after your dog and properly dis...
The use of fireworks in University Heights is prohibited. Find more information in Ordinance No. 205.
The consumer use of fireworks is also illegal in Iowa City, Coralville, North Liberty, Tiffin, Oxford, Swisher, and unincorporated Johnson County.
Check out the University Heights Little Library free book exchange. Take a book to read. Leave a book to share with neighbors.
The Little Library is located in Triangle Park at the intersection of Melrose and Koser Avenues, across from the City garden and ...