Iowa City Matters

By City of Iowa City

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Iowa City is an eclectic and engaged community, full of curious and creative people. Iowa City Matters offers an in-depth platform to inform listeners about civic and community topics that impact their lives. Listen, learn, and engage.

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Iowa City Matters: Traveling with Transit
00:48:44
Public Transit is an essential service we provide in our community. Offering a safe, accessible, and affordable way to navigate across the corridor is our top priority. Listen to learn about the different services provided, the environmental and economic advantages, and future plans to further improve this vital service.<br><br>This episode is hosted by Senior Transportation Planner Emily Bothell. Our panelists include UI Cambus Manager Brian McClatchey, Iowa City Director of Transportation Services Darian Nagle-Gamm, and Johnson County Mobility Coordinator Kelly Schneider. This program is produced by the City of Iowa City’s City Channel 4.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/IowaCityMatters/~4/xq55sRX0t-k" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
May 05, 2019
Iowa City Matters: Crisis Intervention
00:38:10
Simply put, crisis intervention refers to the methods used to recognize, intervene, and provide appropriate care to an individual suffering from mental distress. Listen to learn how local law enforcement, healthcare professionals, and social service organizations are using these methods to better identify suitable care, rather than placing them in the criminal justice system. <br><br>This episode is hosted by Iowa City Police Chief Jody Matherly. Our panelists include Executive Director of the Shelter House Crissy Canganelli, Johnson County Jail Alternatives Coordinator Elley Gould, Project Manager of the Behavioral Health Urgent Care Center Matt Miller, and Iowa City Police Officer David Schwindt. This program is produced by the City of Iowa City’s City Channel 4.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/IowaCityMatters/~4/0whlzkqGCaA" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
Feb 22, 2019
Iowa City Matters: Historic Preservation
00:44:48
As one of Iowa’s oldest communities, historic preservation is an extremely important topic to Iowa City residents. This discussion sheds light on how historic preservation helps shape our community – from what makes a structure historic to the incentives and responsibilities that accompany a designation.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/IowaCityMatters/~4/WOrxKvjDzns" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
Jan 14, 2019
Iowa City Matters: Historic Preservation Trailer
00:01:00
As one of Iowa’s oldest communities, historic preservation is an extremely important topic to Iowa City residents. This discussion sheds light on how historic preservation helps shape our community – from what makes a structure historic to the incentives and responsibilities that accompany a designation. This trailer will give you a quick preview of our premier episode of Iowa City Matters.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/IowaCityMatters/~4/pPXj831VW6w" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
Jan 07, 2019