HDLI Board Members for 2017 are: Dustin Ackart, Lonna Bissonnette, Bob Capps, Aimee Gray, Aundre Gray, Gordon Hadden, Rob Jones, Steve Meirowsky and Tom Underwood. Jeanine Thill, Community Development Manager for the City of Liberty is our city liaison. They all have a vested interest in downtown Liberty. Congratulations to all!
The Historic Downtown Liberty Inc. organization has two semi-finalists that will be competing at the Missouri Main Street Connection conference this week in Washington, Mo. Among the Best Volunteer of the Year semi-finalists is Dustin Ackart, a board member, chair of the organizing team and HDLI website designer. All these jobs are done by [...]
Last Week: The construction crews completed the acceptance testing of the new water line and are coordinating the installation of the sanitary sewer and storm sewer. Coming Up This Week: The contractor hopes to finish work on the the storm sewer and sanitary sewer construction this week. Once the sanitary sewer and storm sewer work [...]
Missouri Gas Energy will begin its gas main reconstruction project on Main Street between Mississippi and Franklin streets on Monday, May 2. The construction activities will require that there be no parking on Main Street on this section for approximately 10 business days (weather permitting). The elimination of on-street parking will allow for the flow [...]
Join us every 4th Friday! Over 14 stores and 6 restaurants will be open until at least 9pm on all 4th Fridays. It is the perfect time to go out for a bite to eat followed by a unique shopping experience in our historic downtown.
Bring your gently used kids and adult books to the City Hall Little Library. On your last visit to City Hall you may have noticed our Little Library in the front atrium. This is a free book borrowing program for anyone in the Liberty community to take advantage of. We love seeing kids and families [...]
What is a Little Free Library? It’s a “take a book, return a book” gathering place where neighbors share their favorite literature and stories. In its most basic form, a Little Free Library is a box full of books where anyone may stop by and pick up a book (or two) and bring back another [...]