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Robins, Iowa, the third largest city in Linn County in terms of area, is a welcoming small town ideal for family life. Located four miles north of Cedar Rapids, Robins has more than 3,440 residents, and it’s always growing! Browse the pages on this website to learn more about living and/or building a home in Robins, visiting Robins, locating a business in Robins and much more. Scroll down the page to see the most recent events, activities and news.
BURN BAN ISSUED (8-8-2020, NOON)
From Mayor Hinz,
DO NOT BURN!!!
The City of Robins is collecting tree debris that is pulled to the curb. Because we are collecting the debris, there is no need to burn anything.
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, DO NOT BURN DEBRIS OR HAVE RECREATIONAL FIRES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!
If you have construction material to dispose of, Contract Rudd Sanitation at 438-6563 or e-mail them at: firstname.lastname@example.org for priciing and additional instructions..
Be patient as phone lines are very unreliable at this time.
LOCAL DISASTER DECLARATION
The City of Robins in Linn County has suffered from a straight line wind and/or tornado damages which occurred on August 10th, 2020, causing severe damage to public and private property, disruption of utility service, and endangerment of health and safety of the citizens of Robins in Linn County within the disaster area.
Therefore, the Mayor of Robins has declared a State of Emergency authorized under Iowa State Statute and will execute the expenditure of emergency funds from all available sources, the invoking of mutual aid agreements, and the applying to the State of Iowa for assistance.
Chuck Hinz, Mayor
August 11th, 2020
South Troy Park
West parking lot is now open for Robins Residents to haul any tree debris for chipping.
Otherwise city crews will still like residents to place all tree damage debris:
~Along the street curbs for pick up by City Crews.
~Debris should be no longer than 8 ft in length and less than 24 inches in diameter.
~All debris should be parallel to the street
NO- Fence posts
tires, wire, creosote posts/lumber, grass, construction debris
ONLY TREE DAMAGE DEBRIS!!!!!!!
There will be several passes through town for debris pick up.
Beware of all downed power lines...
Assume they are live
Please be patient...There is damage everywhere!
City of Robins
City Hall is open to the public.
We ask you to stay away if you are not feeling well or have been exposed to Covid-19.
Masks are required.
Check out the Robins Civic Club Page Here
Car/Motorcycle Show in the Park, August 2nd, Noon
Below is a video of the 2018 Robins Fireworks recorded by Steve Eckert at spotlightimages.com. Thank you Steve. For the best audio results, use headphones.