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July 03, 2014

In an effort to assist those residents impacted by the recent storm damage, Linn County Public Health will waive the fee of short term burn permits issued for a limited time.


March 07, 2014

Linn County Public Health is observing elevated ambient levels of fine particulate matter above the daily air quality health standard of 35 ?g/m3. Levels rose overnight across much of Iowa and then quickly declined early this morning. However, late


January 10, 2014

During the wintertime, residential wood smoke is a main contributor to fine particle pollution and is responsible for poor air quality days in many areas across the United States. Click on the title above to learn more.


December 05, 2013

Fine particle levels return to "good" on the Air Quality Health Index. The air quality advisory and open burning ban are no longer in effect. Open burning is permissible with a valid permit.


December 03, 2013

Linn County Public Health is observing elevated ambient levels of fine particulate matter above the daily air quality health standard of 35 micrograms per cubic meter. Open burning is prohibited until the Air Quality Index is below 100.



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