A collaboration of the Iowa City Area Business Partnership, Iowa City Area Development Group, Iowa City Downtown District & Think Iowa City, this website is a tool meant to offer businesses, employees, and the community, resources as the Iowa City area works together through the COVID-19 pandemic and after.
Join us as we recap the year year that was and hear from our City Managers and other leaders about why the future looks so bright. And how you can be a part of the process. PLUS, you’ll be able to say you were at the first concert inside Xtream Arena!
Wednesday, June 16. Xtream Arena at the Iowa River Landing in Coralville. 4:30-6:30 with the program beginning at 5:00. You do not want to miss this historic event!
The leaders of Project Better Together gathered, virtually, on Wednesday, May 5th to present "What...
The pandemic has created a new environment and new realities for everyone. Self-isolation,...
Recorded Wednesday, April 7, 2021. Local professionals explore and discuss trends of returning...
(Iowa City, IA) – March 26, 2021 – As part of the effort to recover from the COVID 19 pandemic and...
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Project Better Together Survey
Project Better Together aims to build a transformed future for our community with greater economic diversity, growth, inclusivity, resilience, and well-being for all. Please take a moment to complete the survey below to provide input to our steering committee. We are working to translate the survey into multiple languages and will update them as they become available.
Governor's Disaster Proclamations
State resources have been activated and deployed to assist with the ongoing disaster at no cost to local jurisdictions. State resources include equipment, personnel, technical assistance/guidance, supplies, and essential services to provide assistance in the form of traffic control, security, vaccines, transportation, and other emergency response and recovery capabilities.
TestIowa is a new initiative in partnership with our state leaders and private corporations. Our goal is to dramatically increase the rate of COVID-19 testing so Iowans can have better access to testing and help stem the spread of COVID-19 to get us back to normal as quickly as possible. In order to get a test, you first need to complete the assessment at TestIowa.com. Tests are in limited supply and the State and private entities are working diligently to increase the supply of tests.
Johnson County Public Health
Johnson County Public Health is working with local, county, state, and federal partners to keep our community informed about COVID-19. Up-to-date information information, maps, and resources about the coronavirus response in our community are available.