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Posted on: September 25, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Temporary Relocation of Linn County Offices

The Linn County Courthouse, Juvenile Justice Center and the Jean Oxley Linn County Public Service Center will be closed beginning tomorrow, Monday, September 26. These buildings will remain closed to both the public and employees until further notice.

Linn County is temporarily relocating offices from the Public Service Center to the Linn County Community Services Building, 1240 26th Ave. Court SW, Cedar Rapids.

The offices relocated include:

• Board of Supervisors

• Assessor’s Office – regular services available

• Auditor’s Office (including Election Services) – regular services available

• Recorder’s Office – passports and vital records available; no boat registration or real estate transactions at this time

• Treasurer’s Office – property tax payments can be made starting Monday, Sept. 26 at 7:30 a.m. They will be able to accept payments via credit card, debit card, check or money orders (no cash payments). Vehicle registration tags and titles will not be processed at this time.

• Civil Attorney’s Office, Facilities, Finance and Budget, Human Resources, Risk Management, Purchasing

The Planning and Development Office will not be open to the public, as they will be assisting with flood-related damage inspections throughout the county.

The Linn County Sheriff’s Office has previously announced the closure and evacuation of the Linn County Sheriff’s Office and the Correctional Center. All male inmates from the Correctional Center have been temporarily transferred to the Anamosa State Penitentiary. All female inmates have been temporarily transferred to the Washington County Jail.

Essential operations of the Linn County Sheriff’s Office (Patrol, Communications, and Administration) have temporarily been relocated to the Marion Police Department. Call (319) 398-3911 for non-emergency patrol response. Continue to dial 9-1-1 for emergency response.

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