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City of Cedar Rapids Facilities Opening to the Public July 6

City of Cedar Rapids Facilities Opening to the Public July 6

May 18, 2021

Cedar Rapids City facilities currently closed to the public due to the pandemic will open beginning July 6.

Facilities opening July 6 include:

  • City Hall (101 1st St SE)
  • City Services Center (500 15th Avenue SW)
  • Cedar Rapids Water Administration (1111 Shaver Road NE)
  • Central Fire Station (713 1st Ave SE)

City Facilities currently open with restrictions:

  • Cedar Rapids Police Station (505 1st St SW)
  • Animal Care and Control (7421 Washington View Parkway SW)
  • Downtown Library (450 5th Ave SE)
  • Ladd Library (3750 Williams Blvd. SW)
  • Ground Transportation Center (450 1st St. SE Cedar Rapids, IA  52401)
  • Municipal Golf Courses (Ellis, Gardner, Twin Pines)
  • Ushers Ferry Lodge and Village  (5925 Seminole Valley Trail NE)
  • Old MacDonald’s Farm at Bever Park (2700 Bever Ave SE)
  • Bender Pool  (940 14th Avenue SE)  - Open for reservations
  • Northwest Recreation Center (1340 11th St NW) - Open for reservations

City Council and committee meetings will be held in-person at City Hall beginning July 13, 2021. Meetings will remain available for viewing on the City’s Facebook page, with agendas and indexed videos posted here.

City of Cedar Rapids Transit has been operational and COVID-19 protocols, including mask requirements, will remain in effect as required by federal law. Both locations of the Cedar Rapids Public Library have been open since February with some restrictions in place that will be lessened or removed by July 6. The library and other open facilities will continue to require masks at this time. The City will provide more information regarding mask requirements at the remaining facilities before the July 6 opening date.

City services to the public remained operational and available either online or via phone or email throughout the closure period to ensure minimal disruption to public services. These services continue to be available to residents in need of City services.

To report an issue or concern, residents can use the City’s new online reporting tool, My CR, available at CityofCR.com/MyCR.

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