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More information about Linn County’s storm response and resources are available at LinnCounty.org/Storm. This website is updated as new information becomes available.
Organic Storm Debris
Linn County Secondary Road Department continues to work with contractor Ceres for organic debris removal in unincorporated Linn County. Crews are still working on the first of three passes for organic debris pickup. As of August 27, crews have hauled away more than 128,000 cubic yards of debris, including more than 1,400 hazardous trees leaning or hanging in the right of way.
Linn County has opened four self-haul drop-off sites for residents of unincorporated Linn County to use to dispose of their organic storm debris, in addition to the two Solid Waste Agency locations. The locations and hours of operation are listed at LinnCounty.org/Storm.
Residents in unincorporated Linn County who are unable to dispose of their organic debris on their own may place it near their drive entrance right-of-way for Linn County to remove. Debris placed for removal should not block the roadway or sight lines and must be accessible by road crews. When possible, cut tree limbs into 10 feet long sections.
Planning & Development Storm-Related Updates
Linn County has made multiple service changes and passed resolutions to assist with recovery from the August 10 storm. Here are the highlights: