The new I-74 Bridge in downtown Bettendorf includes shade-tolerant landscaping and lighting under the elevated concrete approaches.

Golfing through winter

The unseasonably warm weather this December provides golfers, not sledders, with the opportunity to get in a few more rounds on the city's Palmer Hills Golf Course. Only a trace of snow has been received locally so far this December.

Pleasant Valley School Board Minutes of 12/3/2001

We would like to thank the voters of our school district for
overwhelmingly supporting the Instructional Support Levy on Tuesday,
December 4. 85% of the voters voted to approve the levy which will
allow us to maintain existing programming and offer exciting new
opportunities for our students beginning in the fall of 2002. Your
ongoing support of Pleasant Valley Schools is greatly appreciated!

Bettendorf defeats Assumption in MAC action

Both the Bettendorf boys and girls teams defeated their Assumption opponents in MAC action Friday, Dec. 7. The boys varsity record is 1-1 after an opening season loss to Cedar Rapids Washington. The girls basketball team is undefeated in MAC play. Above, Coach Kevin Skillett goes over strategy during a time-out. The Bulldogs rallied from an early deficit to the Knights and then held off a late surge by Assumption to net the first MAC victory.

Bettendorf Park Board Meeting Agenda for December 10 & 12, 2001

Parks and Recreation Agenda

Tuesday, December 10, 2001 HDG Community Center, Canteen Room, 4:00 PM

Regular - Wednesday, December 12, 2001 HDG Community Center, Canteen Room, 7:00 PM

Ducks in the fog

Ducks don't seem to mind the fog as they paddle along the Mississippi River near Leach Park. The ducks, like local residents, are enjoying the mild December weather.

Festival of Trees Parade

The city of Bettendorf's hot air balloon, the Tin Man from "The Wizard of Oz," drifts above Davenport's River Drive during the Quad City Arts Festival of Trees Parade. In the background is the Bettendorf High School Marching Band.

Morning fog

The Interstate 74 "Twin Bridges" disappear into the early morning fog. The view is from Bettendorf's Leach Park along the Mississippi River looking across to the Moline riverfront.

Duck Creek Recreation Trail reaches Riverdale

The Duck Creek Recreation Trail has taken a small but important step with the extension under State Street into Riverdale. The trail ends just past the State Street bridge over Duck Creek in a small park area. Future plans call for connecting the Duck Creek trail to the proposed trail along the Mississippi River.

Bettendorf Park Board Meeting Minutes for October 10, 2001



OCTOBER 10, 2001

Bettendorf Park Board Meeting Minutes for October 8, 2001




OCTOBER 8, 2001


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