Welcome to the Iowa City Area!

 

The area’s top economic development partners believe that cultural diversity enriches our community with unique perspectives and variety of thought. Who better to welcome you to our area than folks who call our community home. This site was developed to help you connect you to all the resources and events that you need to settle into the area. Welcome!

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Health
  • University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics

    University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics—recognized as one of the best hospitals in the United States—is Iowa’s only comprehensive academic medical center and a regional referral center. We are committed to providing patient-focused care—available to every person, around the clock—in an environment devoted to innovative care, excellent service, and exceptional outcomes.

    VISIT SITE     |     800-777-8442
  • Mercy Iowa City (Hospital)

    Mercy Iowa City is an acute care hospital and regional referral center that draws patients from throughout southeast Iowa. Mercy’s medical staff is comprised of more than 225 physicians representing all major medical specialties and most subspecialties. The Mercy campus near downtown Iowa City includes the hospital, medical office building, and cancer center.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-339-0300
  • Free Medical Clinic

    The Iowa City Free Medical and Dental Clinic (FMC) is a non-profit organization, established in 1971. We believe that access to affordable health care is a basic human necessity. We strive to provide the widest range of medical and dental services possible to people in the Iowa City and surrounding community who would not otherwise have access to care.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-337-4459
  • UI Quick Care

    UI QuickCare is a walk-in medical clinic available to anyone in the community. It should not replace regular visits to your doctor. However, when you are ill, but don’t need an emergency room or can’t get to your regular doctor, UI QuickCare is a convenient choice open to anyone more than 6 months old. No appointment necessary.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-384-8822
  • UI Children’s Hospital

    As Iowa’s only comprehensive children’s hospital, we provide care for children from birth to young adulthood. Services range from promoting wellness to the care of general childhood illness, surgery, traumatic injuries, life-threatening and chronic illnesses, and developmental disabilities.

    VISIT SITE     |     888-573-5437
  • Free Mental Health/Counseling

    Psychiatry treats individuals who have mental disorders that are, at least in part, treatable with medications because of the underlying organic nature of the person’s illness. Services include diagnostic assessment and the prescribing and monitoring of medications.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-338-7884
  • Emma Goldman Clinic

    We exist to empower women and men in all life stages through the provision of quality reproductive health care that includes abortion services, gynecology services, safer sex promotion, and active education. We promote respectful, client-centered and participatory health care through informed decision making, client rights, advocacy and expansion, and support of pregnancy choices.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-337-2111
  • Planned Parenthood

    We are a trusted health care provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner helping similar organizations around the world. Planned Parenthood delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of women, men, and young people worldwide.

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  • Healthy Kids Community Care Clinic

    Healthy Kids School-Based Health Clinic is an extension of health services offered in the Iowa City Community School District. The clinic serves residents of Johnson County, ages 0-21, through graduation age; offering physicals, sports physicals, immunizations, and more. We are a United Way funded, community supported, free medical clinic model. Our mission is to work collaboratively with area medical partners to provide accessible primary, mental health, and specialty care to underserved and uninsured populations.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-688-1000
Identification
  • Community ID

    Johnson County Community ID is a local-government issued photo identification service available to residents of Johnson County. The ID was established to ensure that all members of our diverse community are welcomed and can fully participate in the economic and social life of our county.

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  • Getting a Driver’s License

    All drivers must have a valid driver’s license to operate an automobile, motorcycle or moped.A driver’s license is also the major form of official identification in the U.S. Sometimes if you write a check or use a credit card, you will be asked for your driver’s license.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-338-5294
  • International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)

    International Student and Scholar Services of the University of Iowa provides leadership in international education and intercultural learning through services to international students and scholars, their dependents, the University, and the surrounding community. Information on student housing, student visas, and other resources are available through ISSS.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-335-0335
  • Social Security Administration

    The Johnson County Livable Community for Successful Aging Policy Board partners with businesses, organizations, professionals, and volunteers to address and facilitate personal independence and an active civic and social engagement for Johnson County senior residents.

    VISIT SITE     |     800-772-1213
Family Activities
  • Social Activities

    Iowa’s Creative Corridor is home to a half million creative residents and covers 4,400 square miles in eastern Iowa including Benton, Cedar, Iowa, Johnson, Jones, Linn and Washington counties.

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  • Sports and Recreation

    The Iowa City, Coralville, and North Liberty communities are bursting with things to see and do in regards to sports and recreation. The opportunities are endless!

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  • International Womens Club

    We are a group of women from the U.S.A. and around the world who share activities that promote friendship and understanding. We meet in many different groups, so our members can take part in whichever groups they like. Membership is open to all interested women. We invite you to come and make new friends, share experiences, tell about your culture and learn about other women and their countries.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-337-5760
  • Friends of International Students

    The typical U.S. campus has a large number of student activities available for students who are seeking extracurricular involvement. Activities include professional associations that are organized in various academic departments, intramural sports, student government, hobby clubs, and political organizations.

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  • Senior Center

    The Iowa City Senior Center staff and volunteers work very hard to provide a wide variety of activities and classes-a large percentage of which have no fees. You can drop by and pick up a catalog and take a tour and find people watching free movies, working out independently, or in a class guided by an instructor. There is a library, a billiards room, classrooms where you may find people discussing books and literature, philosophy and science, creating art, singing in a choir, or practicing in the orchestra or band. You can sit with a cup of coffee and read the daily newspapers or join others who like to dance. Come visit and see for yourself.

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  • Free Arts and Music Events

    A variety of events sponsored by The University of Iowa ranging from collaborative musical performances, lectures, concerts, galas, and movie showings.

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  • Diversity Focus Events Calendar

    Diversity Focus has compiled a comprehensive list of community events ranging from art seminars and creative workshops to formal presentations and health classes. The calendar is customizable to display events happening in your specific area.

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  • Downtown Iowa City Events Calendar

    The Iowa City Downtown District has compiled a comprehensive list of community events including classes, art events & exhibits, comedy, family, and fashion events, film screenings, food & wine events, music, sporting, and theater events among many others.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-354-0863
  • Iowa City Public Library Events Calendar

    The Iowa City Public Library has compiled a comprehensive list of community events geared towards adults, teens, and kids along with a variety of educational classes/seminars.

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Transportation
  • Public Buses (Bongo)

    Bongo is a GPS-based, real-time passenger information system that allows riders to find current bus locations as well as predictions for upcoming bus arrivals for Iowa City, Coralville and the University of Iowa.

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  • Car Rentals

    Need to rent a car? There are many options in the area. Click below to discover what is available.

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  • Train (Amtrak)

    Amtrak, the national rail operator, connects America in safer, greener and healthier ways. With 21,000 route miles in 46 states, the District of Columbia and three Canadian provinces, Amtrak operates more than 300 trains each day — at speeds up to 150 mph — to more than 500 destinations.

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  • Zip Cars

    Drive cars by the hour or day. Gas & insurance included.

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  • Taxi’s

    Licensed taxi services for Iowa City and surrounding areas.

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  • Free Bus Services

    CAMBUS is the University’s public transit system that provides fixed-route service throughout the campus. For qualifying persons with disabilities, CAMBUS also provides a complementary demand-response service called the Bionic Bus. The services are no fare and available to the general public.

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  • Bike Rental

    Affordable and convenient bike rental, sales, and repair services.

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  • The Bike Library

    The Bike Library started in 2004 as a volunteer-run community bike project located in Iowa City, Iowa with a mission of getting more people on bikes. We repair donated bikes and offer them to the public. Bikes are priced with a deposit and checked out for six month periods. If a bike is returned in good condition within the checkout period, the deposit will be returned to the user. Alternately, patrons can choose to keep their bikes and forfeit their deposit.

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  • Coralville Intermodal Facility

    Coralville’s multi-modal transportation facility opened in August 2015. It is designed to support convenient, sustainable, and accessible community transportation options.

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  • Megabus

    Safe, convenient, low cost, daily express bus service in the U.S. and Canada.

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  • Accident Information

    Here are some tips and information in case you are in a vehicle accident.

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Faith
  • Faith-Based Organizations

    The Iowa City area has a diverse number of faith-based organizations. For a comprehensive list of Churches, Mosques, Religious Organizations, and Synagogues click the link below.

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  • Religious Holidays

    A comprehensive list of the primary sacred times for various world religious organizations.

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Food
  • Restaurants

    The Iowa City Area has a diverse population and accommodates tastes from across the globe. Find a new favorite among our locally owned and well-known eateries.

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  • Farmers Markets

    The local area has multiple farmers markets providing fresh and homemade food from nearby counties.

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  • Area Dining Guide

    The Little Village magazine features a comprehensive dining guide for the area.

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  • North Liberty Community Pantry

    The North Liberty Community Pantry exists to engage the community in feeding and clothing those in need. The pantry provides healthy nutrition choices, along with the access to knowledge and resources to implement healthy eating and imparting self-determination.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-626-2711
  • Salvation Army

    The Salvation Army has a variety of food programs to help those in need throughout Iowa City and surrounding areas.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-337-3725
  • Johnson County Crisis Center

    Residents of Johnson County can receive grocery assistance once a week, with no limit on the number of weekly visits per year. Clients may choose the items which will work best for their family, with some limits based on family size. The Food Bank provides non-perishable items as well as produce, bakery, deli, dairy, and health and hygiene items as they are available through donations.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-351-0128
  • Community Gardens
    Miller Orchard Community Garden

    The Miller Orchard Community Garden seeks to provide a beautiful space where individuals from the neighborhood and from First Mennonite Church come together to grow a garden and to grow a community.

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    Coralville Community Gardens

    The Coralville Community Gardens offer a place for citizens to lease a plot to plant and grow their own fresh produce, herbs, and flowers. The gardens feature a fenced area of plots with mulched walkways between them, and raised beds for those with mobility impairments.

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  • Iowa City Downtown District’s “Places to Eat”

    If you’re looking for a gourmet dinner prepared by an award-winning chef or a quick bite to eat between classes, the Downtown District is your stomach’s best friend. From the freshest local produce and meats that support the slow food movement to ethnic foods that provide an authentic culinary experience, there is something for every palate in the District!

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Education
  • K-12 Schools
    Iowa City Schools

    The Iowa City Community School District serves over 13,000 students and is the 5th largest school district in the state of Iowa.

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    Regina Catholic Education Center

    Regina is committed to preparing tomorrow’s leaders through a comprehensive educational experience focused on excellence and anchored in the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.

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    WillowWind School

    WillowWind School has both a Montessori-style preschool as well as Kindergarten through Sixth grade classrooms. Small class sizes are used to tailor instruction for students.

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    Edmonton Chinese School

    Founded in 1993, Edmonton Chinese school is an officially registered non-profit Chinese school. The school is located in Iowa City, Iowa.

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  • Kirkwood Community College

    At Kirkwood Community College, we begin with a global understanding. For decades, Kirkwood has been committed to welcoming students of different world backgrounds to our campus.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-398-5517
  • University of Iowa

    With just over 31,000 students, the University of Iowa is one of the nation’s top public research universities, a member of the Big Ten conference since 1899, and an Association of American Universities member since 1909. Iowa is known around the world for its balanced commitment to the arts, sciences, and humanities. It’s home to one of the nation’s largest academic medical centers, the pioneering Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and hundreds of options for affordable, accessible education.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-335-3500
  • Scattergood

    Scattergood offers a solid college preparatory academic curriculum balanced with experiential learning in both academic and non-academic classes. Students must be enrolled in each of the five core disciplines: Math, Science, Social Studies, Language and Humanities, each year. Mornings are spent in a rotating schedule of academic courses including Mathematics, Sciences, Foreign Languages and Social Studies, while students spend afternoons in Humanities, Projects and Physical Education or Athletics.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-643-7600
  • Cornell College

    Located in Mount Vernon, Iowa, Cornell was the first college west of the Mississippi to grant women the same rights and privileges as men, and, in 1858, to award a degree to a woman. In 1978 Cornell faculty adopted the One Course At A Time curriculum, transforming the way teaching and learning happen at Cornell. With the 1996 publication of Loren Pope’s Colleges That Change Lives, Cornell’s life-changing education was formally recognized. Cornell continues to be recognized with each new edition.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-895-4334
  • Coe College

    Coe College is a selective, private, nationally recognized four-year coeducational liberal arts institution providing superior educational experiences for students since 1851. Coe’s residential campus is located in Cedar Rapids – Iowa’s second largest city – and only hours from several major cities like Chicago, Minneapolis, Omaha, and St. Louis. The 1,400 students enrolled at Coe make up a diverse population, representing more than 33 states and over 15 foreign countries.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-399-8500
  • Mount Mercy University

    Mount Mercy University, located in beautiful Cedar Rapids, Iowa, offers students a fulfilling education, promising people of all backgrounds solid preparation for a changing world. Our nearly 1,900 students come from around the globe, creating a vibrant, diverse and open-minded campus community.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-363-8213
Child Care/Preschool

Johnson County childcare centers come in sizes, costs, and programs to fit all budgets and preferences. We know that parents are busy but that selecting the right daycare center or preschool is crucial. So we’ve gathered basic information for 78 child care centers in Johnson County into a single location so that you are only a click away from basic information such as address, size, and licensing information.

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English Resources
  • Kirkwood Community College

    Kirkwood’s English Language Acquisition (ELA) course of study offers many opportunities for you to practice your English speaking and writing skills.

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  • University of Iowa

    Located in Iowa City, Iowa, The University of Iowa Intensive English Program (IIEP) provides intensive English instruction and a cultural, social, and academic orientation to the United States. Instruction emphasizes spoken and written English crucial to college and university study in the U.S. Grammar, writing, reading, listening, comprehension, pronunciation, and conversation skills are taught each day at all levels. Students receive 20 hours of instruction per week.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-335-5630
  • Free English Classes
    Kirkwood Community College

    Free english classes. Learn how to speak, read, and write english. Learn about American culture. Learn about helpful community services.

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    Other Free English Class Resources

    Multiple public and private organizations offer free english classes throughout the Iowa City Area. Click below to download the PDF of listed resources.

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Tax & Legal Resources
  • UI College of Law

    The Immigration Clinical Program carried out by The University of Iowa College of Law provides a variety of services including: Adjustment of Status, Asylum applications, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Employment authorization, Family-based petitions, Naturalization/Citizenship, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, T visas, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), U visas, and Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) petitions.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-335-9023
  • Iowa International Center

    The Iowa International Center provides various resources for finding a lawyer and general information about their services.

    VISIT SITE     |     515-282-8269
  • Community CPA

    Community CPA has a multi-lingual staff and focus on Tax and other business needs. The firm works with everyone from startup immigrant entrepreneurs who need help navigating the complexities of doing business in America, to large multinational American-run corporations. Everyone is treated with the same degree of importance and respect.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-208-3712
  • Johnson County Tax Information

    Information about property and sales taxes in the area.

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  • Tax Workshops

    ISSS sponsors Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) workshops for UI international students and scholars. Workshop volunteers are certified by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to assist international students and scholars in preparing non-resident tax returns. Volunteers can also answer questions about how to fill out and send Iowa tax returns and the Federal Form 8843.

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  • Civil & Workers Rights

    CWJ was founded in 2012 by a coalition of religious, community, labor, and immigrant organizations, and is affiliated nationally with the Interfaith Worker Justice network. CWJ members are currently organizing around the following priority issues: Just Workplaces – defending workers’ rights to proper payment and safe work, Decent & Affordable Housing – protecting and improving housing options for low-income residents, and Civil Rights – confronting discrimination and ensuring equal access to community services for all residents.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-594-7593
Safety
  • Public Safety

    The safety and security of Iowa City area residents, the general public and those visiting is a priority for all of us.

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  • Safety and Emergency Numbers

    Online resource for important safety and emergency phone numbers in the area.

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  • Weather Safety

    Resources for weather related alerts and warnings.

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  • Johnson County Emergency Services

    Helping people in crisis or emergency is the mission of the Johnson County Ambulance Service (JCAS). It is routinely provided to persons in the Johnson County Area.

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  • FREE Emergency interpretation assistance

    The Iowa International Center’s FREE 24/7 Emergency Hotline is available for the safety of non-English speakers in life-threatening crisis situations. This service is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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  • Shelters
    Domestic Violence Intervention Program

    The Mission of the Domestic Violence Intervention Program is to provide comprehensive support and advocacy services to victim/survivors, focusing on immediate and long-term safety, empowerment, dignity, and hope.

    VISIT SITE     |     Hotline: 1-800-373-1043

    Shelter House Iowa

    Shelter House is a non-profit organization that has provided housing and supportive services to the homeless of Southeast Iowa since 1983. Shelter House is Johnson County, Iowa’s only general use homeless shelter, providing transitional shelter to men, women, and children, including the disabled and the elderly.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-351-0326
Community Events
  • Creative Corridor Calendar

    Our seven-county region is the proud home of a half million people who create in Benton, Cedar, Iowa, Johnson, Jones, Linn and Washington.

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  • Iowa City Area Events

    The Little Village events calendar is among the area’s largest and most relied upon-connecting readers with critical cultural opportunities.

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  • Iowa State Fair

    The internationally-acclaimed Iowa State Fair attracts more than a million people from around the world each year. With the state’s largest arts show, the largest food department of any state fair and one of the world’s largest livestock shows, it is no surprise the Iowa State Fair was named in the New York Times best-selling travel book “1,000 Places to See Before You Die.”

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  • Local Convention Visitors Bureau

    There’s a reason why visitors come to Iowa City, Coralville, and North Liberty. It’s not hard to see why our cities are often ranked as some of the most livable communities in the nation.

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  • Travel Iowa

    A one-stop resource for trip ideas, things to see and do, along with a list of state-wide events and local happenings.

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  • Diversity Focus Events Calendar

    Diversity Focus has compiled a comprehensive list of community events ranging from art seminars and creative workshops to formal presentations and health classes. The calendar is customizable to display events happening in your specific area.

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  • Downtown Iowa City Events Calendar

    The Iowa City Downtown District has compiled a comprehensive list of community events including classes, art events & exhibits, comedy, family, and fashion events, film screenings, food & wine events, music, sporting, and theater events among many others.

    VISIT SITE     |     319-354-0863
  • Iowa City Public Library Events Calendar

    The Iowa City Public Library has compiled a comprehensive list of community events geared towards adults, teens, and kids along with a variety of educational classes/seminars.

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Public Resources
  • Visitor and Community Guide

    Iowa City/Coralville Area Visitor and Community Reference Guide is published by the Iowa City/Coralville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, and the Office of Strategic Communication, University of Iowa

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  • Iowa City Downtown District

    The Iowa City Downtown District is a story in of itself, a place steeped in local flavor and history, alive with participatory art and music, a living room to the University of Iowa, a home to literary giants, and an extraordinary community experience. We’re more than just great shopping and restaurants.

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  • City of North Liberty

    All-Star Community. Iowa Great Place. Playful City USA. It wasn’t chance Money Magazine named us one of America’s best small towns.

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  • City of Coralville

    The City of Coralville is located in Johnson County, Iowa, in the east central part of Iowa, just 75 miles west of the Mississippi River. The east corporate line of Coralville is the west corporate line of Iowa City.

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  • City of Iowa City

    The City provides a full range of services including police and fire protection, construction and maintenance of roads, streets and infrastructure, inspection and licensing functions, a municipal airport, library, recreational activities and cultural events.

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  • International Student and Scholar Services

    International Student and Scholar Services of the University of Iowa provides leadership in international education and intercultural learning through services to international students and scholars, their dependents, the University, and the surrounding community.

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  • Diversity Focus

    DIVERSITY FOCUS is a community-driven hub of information and resources for not only the communities we serve, but also our Mission Partners and the Investors that value the importance of Diversity Focus’ Mission and Vision.

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Library
  • Iowa City

    The Iowa City Public Library takes great pride in offering a quality collection that reflects our mission to support “lifelong learning, literacy, and access to the world of ideas.” The library is located at 123 South Linn Street in Iowa City, Iowa.

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  • Coralville

    The Coralville Public Library owns approximately 100,000 items for public use: including books, magazines, newspapers, audio-visual materials, reference databases, downloadable eBooks and eAudio books, and computer multimedia. The library is located at 1401 5th Street, Coralville, Iowa.

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  • North Liberty

    Our staff have over 50 years combined library experience. With areas of expertise ranging from readers’ advisory to reference, teen programming to children’s programming, audio-visual collections to volunteer recruiting, computer hardware to audio books.

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  • UI Public Library

    The University of Iowa Libraries is the largest library system in Iowa and 9th in materials expenditures among U.S. public research libraries (ARL FY10 data). The University’s Main Library, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, 5 branch libraries, and the Law Library contain more than 5 million volumes.

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  • UNESCO City of Literature

    By designating Iowa City as a City of Literature, UNESCO has recognized Iowa City’s deeply elaborated cultural assets and its strong creative and economic foundations.Iowa City and the University of Iowa treasure this honor and will seek to create fresh opportunities locally and with its new global partners.

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  • Iowa Writer’s House

    Iowa Writer’s House strives to be a welcoming onramp to the literary community by creating cool experiences (both craft and social), and providing a single access point to regional and national resources in order to help more people get published, paid, and pennin’ for a living.

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Employment Info
  • Job Searching

    Search for jobs anywhere in the corridor. Includes Iowa City, Coralville, North Liberty and surrounding communities.

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  • Credential Evaluation

    More than 3000 U.S. institutions of higher education and more than 250,000 international students and individuals have trusted ECE for their credential evaluation. We are home to a reference library of more than 35,000 volumes and 350,000 sample educational credentials. Our resources and experience enable us to verify the official status of an educational institution and verify the authenticity of the educational credentials.

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  • Immigrant Business Resources

    There are abundant resources for business owners in Iowa, offering advice, mentorship, services or cash. Here is a brief list of resources and events designed for minority and/or immigrant entrepreneurs.

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Housing

The Housing Authority works to improve the quality of life for clients, acting as a community leader on affordable housing by providing information and education, housing assistance, and public and private partnership opportunities. The Housing Authority is a division of the City of Iowa City established in 1969 to administer housing assistance programs throughout its jurisdiction, including all of Johnson County and portions of Iowa and Washington Counties.

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