Linn County: Updated list of road closings due to flooding

Floodwaters of the Cedar River begin to fill low-lying areas in downtown Vinton, seen in this aerial photo taken Sunday afternoon, Sept. 25, 2016. (Liz Martin/The Gazette)
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Floodwaters of the Cedar River begin to fill low-lying areas in downtown Vinton, seen in this aerial photo taken Sunday afternoon, Sept. 25, 2016. (Liz Martin/The Gazette)

Linn County Media Release

Linn County: Updated road closures

 

ROAD CLOSURES:

 

  • Ellis Road From Covington Road to Edgewood Road
  • Paris Road From Sutton Road to just east of Wapsi bridge (bridge 981)
  • Burlingham Road At Buffalo Creek bridge (bridge 406)
  • Anderson Road At Buffalo Creek bridge (bridge 2070)
  • Chain Bridge Road east of Shae Drive to end of road
  • Sutton Road  At Wapsi bridge (bridge 762)
  • Gard Road From Walker Road north for 1,500 feet
  • North Alburnett Road 1 mile north of Paris Road to end of road
  • Linn-Delaware Road Just west of Buffalo Creek bridge to just east of Buffalo Creek bridge
  • Coggon Road 2,000 feet east of Troy Mills Road for 0.2 miles
  • Lewis Access between Palo and Center Point
  • Wapsi Banks Road 1,400 feet east of Boy Scouts Road to 1.5 miles east of Boy Scouts Road

 

For an interactive map of road closures, visit www.linncounty.org, click on Government, Engineering and Secondary Roads Department, Road Closures and Restrictions.

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