Secondary Road Department

Services During COVID-19

Linn County’s top priority is the health and safety of employees and the public. That is why Linn County offices will reopen July 20 on an appointment-only basis as part of a phased approach to reopening. Linn County will continue to monitor the evolving COVID-19 situation and adjust County operations and safety measures as needed.

Many County services can be conducted online or remotely through email, mail, our drop boxes, or over the phone. To schedule an appointment with the Secondary Road Department or for questions about remote services, please call 319-892-6400 or email engineer@linncounty.org.

Read more about our service modifications designed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and keep employees and customers safe.

The Linn County Secondary Road Department maintains 1,147 miles of roads and 259 bridges. Approximately 378 miles (32 percent) of the road system is hard surfaced (asphalt, concrete or seal coat) and the remaining is rock surfaced. 

Core Functions

  1. Linn County Storm Response – Update #10

    Rural residents should place organic storm debris in right-of-way by Nov. 9 Read on...
  2. Improvement Project Underway on County Home Road

    Construction improvements include concrete paving, the addition of right and left turn lanes, and single lane roundabouts at the C Avenue Extension and Alburnett Road intersections. Read on...
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