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Posted on: January 20, 2021

[ARCHIVED] City of Liberty Lake Weekly Update for January 20, 2021

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What's Happening In The City Of Liberty Lake?

-Work on the Harvard Rd Bridge project is expected to resume on February 15th   which means citizens will see construction work happening around the base and side of the bridge, with “deck” work and lane closures on the bridge happening late Spring.

-The Liberty Lake City Council is accepting applications from individuals interested in serving the interim vacancy for City Council Position 7. The term for service will be through ratification of the votes from the November 2021 General Election. 

-We’ve had some telephone routing and voicemail issues at City Hall.  On occasion, phone calls and voice messages not always getting to the correct person.  We are making improvements to our phone tree and encourage our community to call 755-6700 or use TextMyGov at 255-7445 if they are having problems.

-Trailhead driving range is closed until further notice due to net damage.

-City of Liberty Lake senior and low-income or disabled and low-income residents, living within the city limits, may qualify for a rebate of the utility taxes they were charged in 2020.  Please see link below for criteria and forms. 

Administration, Finance and Human Resources | Liberty Lake, WA - Official Website

-The Liberty Lake Library is offering contact-free holds pickup Monday-Friday from 12-6pm and Saturday from 1-4pm. For more details about the service, contact the library at 509-232-2510.

-Let the library staff browse the stacks for you. Sign up to receive a book bundle at

  1. A new volunteer programs for teens in grades 6-12 is now available at the Library. Learn more about this program, and sign up, at

-The City has introduced a new app called TextMyGov that will allow citizens to text a number and receive a reply on items such as questions, concerns and ideas.  Text 255-7445 for more information!

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