Secondary Roads News & Notices

News and notices for Scott County Secondary Roads including road construction notices and updates.

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Bi-CAN BioBlitz event logo.
Bi-State Conservation Action Network( BiCAN), a group from various Quad-City environmental agencies, is planning a BioBlitz on June 25/26 from 2pm-2pm. Registration deadline is June 4. It will be held at Illiniwek Forest Preserve, Elton Fawks and Fisherman's Corner. Experts will be surveying and...
Posted: May 1, 2021
Bridge on 20th Avenue (Y30) between 240th Street and State Highway 130.
SCOTT COUNTY SECONDARY ROAD OPEN NOTICE Road Involved: 20th Avenue (Y30) is OPEN between 240th Street and State Highway 130 Date Opened: Wednesday, June 23, 2021 Description of Closure: Road was closed for two bridge replacements. Both bridges are now complete. SCOTT COUNTY SECONDARY ROAD CLOSURE...
Posted: March 4, 2021
A controlled burn.
March through May is the best time to conduct a controlled burn. Farmers, residents, and land managers are gearing up for spring burn season. Have you ever wondered the many benefits controlled burns? Burns help nutrients back into the soil to promote future plant growth and help control brush,...
Posted: March 1, 2021
Man walking along roadside prairie.
2020 IRVM program updates 2020 IRVM program produced the largest number of native plantings since its start in 2016. This was due to the hard work of the Secondary Roads crews cleaning out ditches along roadsides, replacing field drives, installing culvert pipes, and bridge repairs. The interest in...
Posted: January 1, 2021
Emergency Management Scott County logo.
With the upcoming winter storm, road conditions in Scott County could vary widely and vary depending upon the storm’s track & timing. Road conditions in some locations could be EXTREMELY treacherous and hazardous, especially in the rural areas of Scott County. The Scott County Emergency Management Agency, Scott County Sheriff’s Office and the Scott County Secondary Roads recommend residents to avoid travel and outdoor activity when possible. Be especially careful on sidewalks, decks, patios, outdoor stairs, and parking lots. Exercise extreme caution if you go outside. Remember as you begin to clear snow that the surface below could be icy and slippery. Slips and falls may happen. We ask all residents within Scott County to use EXTREME caution if you have to travel out and remember that even if a roadway, sidewalk, or driveway appears to be clear, it could still be very icy. Please monitor your local news stations or the National Weather Service for weather updates and changes.
Posted: December 29, 2020

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