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The Linn County Clerk’s Office wants to reassure our voters who have been affected by the recent wildfires that you will be able to vote in the November 3, 2020 Presidential General Election.  Ballots are scheduled to be turned over to the Post Office on October 14th for subsequent delivery to voters. You can pick up all your mail (including your ballots) at the post office that serves your permanent residence address.

If you have an address where you will be able to receive mail and you would prefer to have your ballot mailed to that address instead of personally picking it up at the post office, you can add a temporary mailing address at

In addition, you can choose to send us an email with the address of where you would like to have your ballot sent at, or by mailing a signed note or voter registration form to the Linn County Clerk, PO Box 100, Albany, Oregon 97321.  You are also welcome to come to the Clerk’s Office located at the Linn County Courthouse in Albany for assistance.

Voted ballots can be mailed back to our Office in the blue postage paid return envelope that will be included with your ballot packet. Please mail your ballot at least 7 days before Election Day. Otherwise, use an official ballot drop box anywhere in Oregon before 8 PM Election Day.  An updated list of Linn County ballot drop sites will be posted on our website.

In the coming days, the Clerk’s Office will be attempting to reach out individually to those affected voters who we are able to identify and who provided us with email addresses or cell phone numbers when they registered.  This effort is only made possible as a result of the work of the Linn County GIS Department in the identification of affected properties.  They continue to work tirelessly to provide us needed information. 

Linn County Government’s goal is to do our best in making sure you are provided a ballot. 

If you have any questions, please call our Office at 541-967-3831.

Steve Druckenmiller
Linn County Clerk

FEMA Assistance for Home Owners Affected by Wild Fires
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Linn County Government departments and State Courts are open to serve the public, except during scheduled Holidays unless announcements to the contrary are made.


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Floodplain Viewer Search by address or tax lot to determine floodplain locations.

Linn County's Draft Emergency Operation Plan

Courthouse Closure Notification: Local radio stations that the County will notify if we have to close or otherwise modify the County operating hours are:

  • KLOO AM 1340

  • KRKT 99.9 FM

  • KGAL AM 1580

  • KSHO AM 920

Current Road Closures or Warnings

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Visit Linn!!!! Visitor information available at the Linn County Fair and Expo Center. The Kiosk is located in the main lobby.