The first thing you notice about North Liberty is that it is so cute – the quintessential small town. Planters, benches, water fountains and decorative lighting highlight our main business district. The North Liberty Chamber of Commerce is a thriving, engaged organization and the North Liberty Main Street Organization has the honor of being the 100th Indiana Main Street.

We greatly value our history and the buildings that tell our story, but we also encourage new construction as demonstrated by the new Subway and our lovely newer library. We are extremely honored to be part of the award winning St. Joseph County Public Library System. Their many programs enhance our excellent North Liberty Elementary School.

The town has applied for National Register designation for the business district which perfectly compliment the elegant older homes that grace our main street; they are absolute treasures. They anchor the center of town and give a feel of our history. We still call some of the homes by their original owner’s names.

The homes that surround town center vary greatly in style and pricing, there is something for everyone. The new senior housing development, Shamrock Estates, is nestled in a quiet spot surrounded by huge trees. Residents can walk to the post office and grocery store. Our plan for many new and improved sidewalks will make the town even more walkable.

As important as history is to every town – new developments and young new families assure that the town will continue to grow and prosper. Potato Creek Crossing at the north end of town and Tamarack Knolls at the south end of town, are two such developments. They offer a variety of homes from lovely one-story ranches to impressive two-story dwellings. The prices will amaze you.

The North Liberty Park is a Historic National Landmark and a true gem. Much of the charming 1930’s WPA stone work still remains, including steps, walls and two buildings. Two bridges cross over the flowing Potato Creek State where kids enjoy skipping stones and looking for frogs. The baseball field is still intact and people play softball during the summer. Add to this the fabulous Potato Creek State Park is 1 mile out of town. The park features biking/hiking trails, cabin rental, a nature center and the 327 acre Worster Lake.