Flood Debris Disposal Information
Flood debris from Linn County should be taken to the Solid Waste Agency landfill.
Location: 1954 County Home Road, Marion.
Hours of Operation: 7:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday – Saturday (hours may be extended)
Want to avoid having to take sandbags to the landfill? Click HERE for reuse and diversion information.
Call the City of Cedar Rapids Solid Waste & Recycling Department for disposal options at 319-286-5897.
Sandbags can also be taken to the Solid Waste Agency landfill, 1954 County Home Road, Marion. Regular disposal fees apply.
Residents in other Linn County communities may also bring sandbags to the Solid Waste Agency landfill. Regular disposal fees apply.
Disposal & Reuse
Most flood-impacted debris will be landfilled. For example: drywall, carpets, building materials, furniture, etc.
For a visual disposal guide, click HERE.
Flood debris to keep separated for disposal:
- Hazardous materials (includes household cleaners, chemicals, auto fluids, oil-based paints & more)
- Appliances (includes furnaces and microwaves; refrigerators and freezers should have all food removed)
- TVs & computer monitors
Regular Disposal Fees Apply
Pickup truck and trailers loads need to be covered with a tarp and tied down securely.
All loads must stop at scale house; designate flood debris at scale.
Need someone to haul your flood debris away? For a list of local haulers, click HERE.