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If no entrance permit is on file, you will need to apply for one. The entrance permit costs $50. We will need to know the top surface width of the driveway where it crosses the right of way. Residential driveways can be 16’ – 24’ wide and Commercial driveways can be 16’ – 30’ wide. A technician will go to the property to verify that the driveway conforms to our standards. The permit will be returned to you with any information needed to make the driveway conform. You can apply for the 911 address at the same time and on the same permit. We will need to know the approximate location of the entrance off the county road and where the building will be located.
If there is an entrance permit on file, you can apply for the 911 address. We will need to know the approximate location of the entrance off the county road and where the building will be located. The 911 permit, address and information will be sent to you through the mail. Please allow a week.
Find information about Linn County Secondary Road construction projects that are scheduled for 2019 as well as the 2019-2014 five-year construction plan on our Construction web page.
Roads may be closed during construction to keep everyone safe or to allow materials to cure before traffic is allowed back on. Drivers not following the road closure signs are putting themselves and the workers in danger. Drivers that do not follow the signing may be ticketed and invoiced for any damage caused.
Barricades & possibly fence blocking access
Barricades staggered to allow access
No traffic allowed in or out
Traffic allowed to location within the closure
Impassible conditions within closure
Traffic not allowed to drive through without a destination within the closed road
All (concrete, asphalt, sealcoat, rock, etc.) drives adjacent to the paving will receive a granular taper to allow for the difference in road elevation (approximately 8”) after paving. Additional rock is available for $15/ton (10 ton minimum) if the property owner would like more rock. Property owners can pay to have their paved drives adjusted at a cost of $6/square foot. The cost to adjust a typical driveway is approximately $2,200. The rock placement and paved drive replacement is limited to within the County right-of-way. Please contact the Engineer’s Office if you are interested in having your paved drive replaced.
ChlorideMay be applied 2 times/yearSprayed in liquid formNormal maintenance to road by county maintainer after appliedWorks by drawing water from the air, thus maintaining some effectiveness in dry weather.Water soluble
MC-70 (oil)Single applicationSprayed on rock surfaceLight layer of sand applied to allow traffic to use road immediately and blot excess oilMay last multiple years if maintained well by owner. Factors affecting performance are traffic, weather, owner care and base stability.Patching is the responsibility of the owner and must be done through the permit process which allows access to patch material at our shop locations at no additional cost
Seal CoatAsphalt slurry and rock chips placed on a prepared base and then rolledCare of seal coat is responsibility of permit holder.Average life 2-6 years if properly cared for and placed over a solid base and multiple applicationsPatching needs to be done through the permit process which allows access to patch material at shops
1st Sign Up - Chloride, MC-70 and Seal Coat (April 1st to the May 10th).
2nd Sign Up - Chloride (June 1st to July 10th).
View our map of the districts. The general areas but not exact are: District #1: SW 1/4. West of I380. District #2: SE 1/4. East of I380 & South of Highway 151 District #3: NE 1/4. East of Highway 13 & North of Highway 151 District #4: NW 1/4. West of Highway 13 & North of County Home Road