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Remember to contact Iowa One Call at 1.800.292.8989 at least 48 hours prior to digging so that underground facilities can be marked.
The fee for the permit is based upon the project value and is due when the permit is approved.
In addition, a police officer is authorized to impound a vehicle if it has accumulated three or more parking citations where payment of such is 30 or more days overdue. In addition to the penalties, the owner or driver of the impounded vehicle shall be responsible for the costs of towing and storage. This is addressed in chapter 70.06 of the Coralville Code of Ordinances.
You may also pay it in person at City Hall at the front desk. If you mail it, be sure to include the envelope provided and/or the citation number.
You can also mail it to the Clerk's Office in the envelope you were given with the citation. If you lost the envelope or were not given one, mail a check or money order along with the appropriate copy of the citation to: Clerk of District CourtTraffic Violation OfficeP.O. Box 2510Iowa City, IA 52244-2510
The Police Department is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 7:00 pm.
Bicycles can be registered at the Coralville Police Department anytime during our normal business hours. This service is free for Coralville residents and you will need to have the following information with you at the time of registration:- Make and model- Serial number- Number of speeds- Wheel size- Frame type (single bar, double bar, female)- Color- Name, address, and phone number of licensee
Typical Snow Event: During a typical winter weather event after arterial streets, transit routes, and school area streets (if school is in session) are cleared, the City deploys one plow truck to each of six snow removal zones, which allows crews to simultaneously remove snow throughout Coralville. Snow is removed from cul-de-sacs with end-loaders. The City’s six zones are roughly defined by Interstate 80, Coral Ridge Avenue, 12th Avenue, and 1st Avenue.
Severe Snowstorm: During a major winter storm, such as a blizzard, after the snow has stopped falling and the arterial streets, transit routes, and school area streets (if school is in session) have been cleared, Streets Department crews clean residential streets and cul-de-sacs by deploying four plow trucks and two end loaders to one zone at a time. Under this system, all of the operators work together in a zone to improve efficiency, completing a zone prior to moving onto another zone.
After all six zones are cleared, crews begin to push snow back further from curbs and haul snow from intersections as necessary. The zone where crews begin is determined primarily by the time of day when this system is initiated since some factors, such as tree coverage and available light, can be leveraged to maximize efficiency.