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CPD’s Summer Fiss’ Tix Winner

Congratulations to Harry Cooper on being this year’s winner of the Carlisle Police Department’s Summer Fiss’ Tix program! As the winner, Harry received a voucher for a free bicycle from Street Collective! We would like to thank Tom Thiel and Fiss’ for their continued partnership of our program and Street Collective for supplying this year’s bicycle. #CarlisleIowaPD #SweetDeal #Sweetnewride #CPDFissTix

PD Instructor Certifications

Recognition Alert!

The Carlisle Police Department would like to recognize Officer Tyler Hahn for receiving a Department Instructor Commendation for successfully completing his Firearms Instructor Certification through the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy.

The Carlisle Police Department would like to recognize Officer Zach Buehrer for receiving a Department Instructor Commendation for successfully completing his Defensive Tactics Instructor Certification through the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy.

Both Officer Hahn and Officer Buehrer are now are able to conduct re-certification training for the police department during in-service training. Both officers are now able to train and re-certify officers from other law enforcement agencies and assist in training new recruits at the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy. Please join us as we congratulate Officer Hahn and Officer Buehrer with their accomplishments!

 

 

Illegally Passing School Buses

With school now back in full swing, the Carlisle Police Department would like to remind motorist of Iowa law as it pertains to the unlawful passing of a school bus.

UNLAWFUL PASSING OF A SCHOOL BUS
Iowa Code 321.372 Subsection 3(a) & (b)

3. a. The driver of a vehicle, including the driver of a vehicle operating on a private road or driveway, when meeting a school bus with flashing amber warning lamps shall reduce the vehicle’s speed to not more than twenty miles per hour, and shall bring the vehicle to a complete stop when the school bus stops and the stop signal arm is extended. The vehicle shall remain stopped until the stop signal arm is retracted after which time the driver may proceed with due caution.
b. The driver of a vehicle, including the driver of a vehicle operating on a private road or driveway, overtaking a school bus shall not pass a school bus when red or amber warning signal lights are flashing. The driver shall bring the vehicle to a complete stop no closer than fifteen feet from the school bus when it is stopped and the stop arm is extended, and the vehicle shall remain stopped until the stop arm is retracted and the school bus resumes motion.

Be sure to slow down, keep an extra eye out when school buses are stopped and share this post! #CarlisleIowaPD #stoponred #slowdownschoolsbackinsession

Slow Down! School’s Back in Session Campaign

Labor Day 2020 Media Release

Police Officer Anthony Palmer Recognized

 

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Traffic Enforcement Project- August 17-18, 2020

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Upcoming Railroad Crossing Closure

 

 

Starting Tuesday, July 28th at 7 AM through Thursday, July 30th at 7 A, the railroad crossing at E. School Street will be closed for railroad maintenance. Traffic wishing to access E. School Street and Jefferson Street will need to use 183rd off of Highway 5. The alternative route will be marked with detour signage. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

July 20, 2020 Planning & Zoning Regular Meeting Agenda

City of Carlisle, Iowa

Planning and Zoning Commission

Special Meeting

July 20, 2020

7:00 P.M.

Carlisle City Hall

Join Zoom Meeting – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9951930479          Meeting ID: 995 193 0479

One tap mobile – Call 1-929-205-6099, enter 995-193-0479# when prompted

We encourage all videoconferencing or calling in to let staff know who you are for the record and then mute your microphone or phone until you would like to speak to provide a better overall experience.

July 20, 2020 Planning & Zoning Packet

Call to order

Determine quorum

New Business and Action Items

  1. Discussion and Possible Action on Recommendation for Plat of Survey for Parcel P and Parcel Q of SW ¼ of the SE ¼ of Section 21, Warren County, Iowa

Administrator/Engineer/Commission Reports

Adjournment

** PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS AGENDA MAY CHANGE UP TO 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE MEETING **

 

Civic Ready Notification System

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