Due to the number of positive COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations across the country and locally, Linn County has closed most buildings to the public to help reduce community spread of the virus and to help ensure continuity of County services.
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LINN COUNTY- IA March 1, 2021 Linn County Conservation’s Wickiup Hill Learning Center is reopening on a limited basis. To reduce community spread of COVID-19, additional protocols have been implemented at the nature center to help provide a healthy and safe environment for visitors and staff.
Restrictions and guidelines include:
In order to continue offering a positive experience at the Wickiup Hill Learning Center, these requirements and guidelines are subject to change as updated information becomes available about the coronavirus and its effects on the community.
Public Programs: Public programs and events for all ages, many of which are provided outdoors, continue to be offered. Space is limited due to the current pandemic, and extra precautions are taking place for these outdoor and indoor programs. To register or to find out more, click on Events at LinnCountyParks.com
Outside areas of Wickiup Hill continue to be open from sunrise to sunset, including the Wickiup Wandering Woods nature playscape. All visitors should continue to practice social distancing, avoid large groups, and wash hands frequently. Use hand sanitizer when hand-washing is unavailable.
Additional coronavirus information can be found at LinnCounty.org.
Current Linn County Conservation operations in response to COVID-19 can be found at LinnCountyParks.com.