Engineering & Secondary Road Department
"Road To Be Closed For Improvement" signs will soon be place throughout Linn County to help prepare the travelling public for upcoming construction within rural Linn County. Interactive and printable maps showing the proposed construction will be available here by February 28th.
To receive detailed information about a specific project via text or email, please select the 'Notify Me" icon located on the left side of this page. You will be prompted to create a free account for this service then select which projects you would like to be notified of. Please contact our office at 319-892-6400 if you need assistance with this service.
"Make Good Roads"
The Linn County Secondary Road Department maintains 1,147 miles of roads and 259 bridges. Approximately 378 miles (32%) of the road system is hard surfaced (asphalt, concrete or seal coat) and the remaining is rock surfaced. The County is divided into four maintenance districts which provide the following services: snow removal, drainage maintenance, road blading, shoulder maintenance, roadway patching, dust control, pavement markings, right-of-way conformance, roadside plantings and mowing, sign maintenance, etc.
Dust Control Permits
- How do I know what maintenance district or Board of Supervisor district I am in?
- Who do I make my check payable to?
- Do you accept credit or debit cards?
- How do I obtain a 911 address?
- What do I do if my blue and white 911 sign is damaged or stolen?
- Will vehicle access be available at all times during the concrete paving project?
- If access is not available at times throughout the project, how are emergency situations handled?
- How are various services such as mail delivery, garbage pick-up, and bus stops handled during the project?