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About Cedar Springs
The land Cedar Springs sits upon was once home to roaming horses and a working farmstead. In 2001, it was re-envisioned as a 394-lot community stretched over 241 acres. The first residents of Cedar Springs arrived in 2004.
To the west, its homes are situated on a lightly rolling plain; to the east, Cedar Springs rises up a large hill to one of the highest elevations in Johnson County.
North Liberty is known for its family-friendliness—a requirement in a city where 40% of homes contain children under 18—and Cedar Springs is no exception. Little Free Libraries, a fully stocked fishing pond, and wide sidewalks are just a few of the features that invite families to put down roots in Cedar Springs.
Conscientiously designed with a large and beautiful pond, underground utilities, and a creative street layout, Cedar Springs remains one of the most sought-after and high-value neighborhoods in North Liberty.
Are you interested in volunteering some time to help the Cedar Springs Homeowners Association? Do you have a special skill to share, or want to get more involved in the HOA? We have committees as well as ad-hoc projects that require resident input. Learn more.
Funded by a portion of annual dues, this committee implements enhancements like benches, landscaping, and trees.
This group holds an annual cleanup day and maintains the pond’s bacteria, erosion control, plant life, fountains, aerators, and compressors.
Coming soon: Greet new homeowners, help them get familiar with the city, and share HOA info like common area maintenance and protective covenants.
A short drive (or walk) to everything you need
Nestled in the middle of the Cedar Rapids-Iowa City corridor, North Liberty is home to residents of all ages who want easy access to work and recreation. Located in the city’s northeast corner, Cedar Springs delivers easy access to bike trails, boating, Christine Grant Elementary School, and more.
HOA Board Members
The Cedar Springs Homeowner’s Association (HOA) manages maintenance and upkeep of common areas (including the water retention area, mailboxes, and common sidewalks), enforces the restrictive covenants and bylaws, collects dues, and oversees improvements and special initiatives.
Its board members serve voluntarily. New board members are nominated beforehand and voted upon at the annual meeting each January. Our gratitude to these community members who are volunteering their time and talents to serve the board.
- Dale Larson, President
- Ryan Devine, Vice President
- Scott Holm, Secretary
- Rich Ellerie, Treasurer
- Hudson Ludvigson
- Cathy Coleman
Interested in being considered for the HOA board? Find out how you can volunteer.