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The second round of vacuuming has been slow because some residents mixed yard waste in with leaves.
Only LEAVES can be vacuumed, and the vacuuming crew does NOT pick up yard waste, ornamental grasses, sticks, dead potted plants, bags, etc.
The current plan ...
Things to keep in mind when snow falls:
How to responsibly tailgate in University Heights.
Owners of private property are responsible for care and maintenance of trees and shrubs located in the City right-of-way adjoining their property.
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...
Options for disposing of sticks, small branches, leaves, and other yard waste include:
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.
Review public health information sources and remain up-to-date on the COVID-19 pandemic. The following links provide current information from our local, county, state, and federal partners.
Because it is critically important to protect residents, visitors, students, and employees in the City of University Heights from the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Mayor Louise From issued the COVID-19 Prevention Initiative Proclamation on July 28, 2020. ...
The driving force behind the creation of University Heights was Lee Koser, a realtor who worked with his brother George as the Koser Brothers.
Lee Koser resided in two houses that he built in University Heights. He lived in the house at 100 Koser...