COVID-19: We're In This Together
Think Iowa City is closely monitoring the developments of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The health, safety, and well-being of our visitors, residents, and community is our top priority. We encourage everyone to follow the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as state and local public health officials. To do our part in attempting to stem the spread of COVID-19, our Visitor Center and offices are closed through (at a minimum) Friday, April 3. Our staff is continuing their work remotely and are available to take calls and respond to email during our normal business hours.
Please continue to support local businesses as you're able. Below are some resources to help keep you informed. With information changing daily - if not hourly, we are working diligently to keep this information current, to the best of our knowledge. We will continue to add additional resources and information, as available.
If you have any questions, or suggestions for information and resources that you would like to see, please contact us.
Many area attractions have suspended operations. Click here to see a listing of attractions that are temporarily closed.
City of Coralville
City of Iowa City
City of North Liberty
Emergency Volunteer Center - Volunteer Opportunities
United Way of Johnson and Washington Counties
University of Iowa
Grocery Stores & Pharmacies
Click here for a listing of the area's grocery stores and pharmacies.
For updates on the latest from our area lodgers, click here.
A number of restaurants are offering curbside, takeout, or delivery services. Click here to see a listing.
Many retailers are still operating. Click here to see a listing of shops that are still open, where you can order from online, who is delivering, and who is offering pick-up.
Many retailers, restaurants, and local businesses are selling gift cards at this time. Click here to see a listing.
Things to Do
(while social distancing responsibly)
For some ideas on things to do while responsibly practicing social distancing, click here.
Below are links to resources for area businesses to help navigate through these unprecedented times.
The Iowa City Downtown District is opening its job board to all Johnson County businesses. Click here to view jobs or a submit a job.