Services During COVID-19
Status of County Facilities and Services During COVID-19
Linn County’s highest priority is the health and well-being of our community. Due to the alarming surge in positive COVID-19 cases and record-breaking hospitalizations across the country and locally, Linn County has closed most County buildings to the public once again to help reduce community spread of the virus and to help ensure continuity of County services. The closure will remain in effect until public health conditions improve and allow for modifications.
The most frequently accessed services include:
- Vehicle Registration
- Title Transfers
- Vital Records
- Property Tax
- Licenses and Permits
- Election Information
Linn County will continue to monitor the evolving COVID-19 situation and adjust County operations and safety measures as needed. Linn County is committed to doing everything it can to protect the health and safety of the public and employees while ensuring minimal disruption to public services. We appreciate the public's understanding of the need to conduct business in new ways during this global pandemic.
Board of Supervisors meetings are scheduled every Monday and Wednesday at 11 a.m. The meetings are live streamed on Linn County’s Facebook page and indexed videos are available on the County’s website after the meeting.
To adhere to social distancing requirements, Linn County employees and the public may participate in the meetings as follows:
- Conference call—telephone number 800-945-0974, access code 501116
- Email questions or comments prior to or during the meeting to: email@example.com
For questions about meeting accessibility or to request accommodations to attend or to participate in a meeting due to a disability, please contact the Board of Supervisors office by phone at 319-892-5000 or by email.
Visit the Boards and Commissions page for meeting information about Linn County's advisory boards and commissions.
Slow the Spread of COVID-19
Linn County officials urge all residents to help slow the spread of COVID-19 by wearing a face covering, maintaining a physical distance of 6 feet between themselves and others, staying home when ill, and washing hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Doing so will help reduce the spread of the virus, protect our community, and help prevent overwhelming our healthcare system.
Visit LinnCounty.org/COVID-19 for local updates and related information.