The County Administrator and the Administration Department staff coordinate and perform strategic planning for the overall mission of the County. The department was created in 1979 to bring a professional management to county government which is unique for counties in Iowa, but not for cities. Scott County has been a recognized member of the International City Management Association since 1983.
The Administration Department serves as the principal adviser to the Board and acts as a liaison between the Board and other county departments. The department also represents the Board of Supervisors in dealings with other governmental agencies. The County Administrator supervises the actions of all appointed department heads and ensures that whenever possible, departments work together to provide the best possible service to the residents of Scott County.
Mahesh C. Sharma
Assistant County Administrator
Mary J. Thee
Renee Luze-Johnson - 563-326-8702
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Be aware that Address Canvassing is commencing.
Census workers will be working throughout communities until October 18th, verifying locations of houses, apartments, shelters and other places where people could live or stay.
The purpose of Address Canvassing is to ensure the census address list is accurate and complete for the 2020 Census.
Census Bureau employees will be in your neighborhoods knocking on doors from early August through mid-October.
We need your input!
We are asking all Quad Citizens and Quad Cities Visitors to tell us about their Quad Cities’ experiences and help us with this extremely important project. Your feedback will enable us to improve our regional destination and build our story.
To check the pulse of our citizens, Bi-State Regional Commission is conducting an online survey about the Quad Cities transportation – roads, transit buses, trails, sidewalks, and air and water travel. The survey will ask public opinion on area congestion, mobility demands, and general ease of getting around.