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Budget & Financials Summary

Budget & Financials Summary

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This is the landing page for all Scott County budget information.

Scott County has an annual budget of nearly 75 million dollars. Property tax is the largest source of funding for the county.

Scott County is known for its fiscal responsibility. While ranking third in population, Scott County ranks the among the lowest metropolitan Iowa counties tax levy rate. Additionally, Scott County remains one of the counties with the lowest property tax amount per capita.

There is a wealth of information in the budget plans, summaries, quarterly indicators, and audits contained on these pages. If you have any questions, please call the Scott County Budget & Administrative Services Director at 563-326-8651.

From the fiscal years list, You can select:

  • The current fiscal year
  • The upcoming fiscal year planning
  • Archives of previous fiscal years

Scott County's Fiscal Year begins July 1st and ends June 30th.

  • First Quarter: July 1st - September 30th
  • Second Quarter: October 1st - December 31st
  • Third Quarter: January 1st - March 31st
  • Fourth Quarter: April 1st - June 30th

Today, Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019, is in the 2nd Quarter of Fiscal Year 20.

News & Notices

Scott County has recently installed seven wheelchair charging stations in various locations to make its facilities even more accessible for visitors in battery-powered wheelchairs or scooters. The charging stations have been installed at the Scott County Courthouse, Scott County Administrative...
Posted: October 11, 2019
Remembrance of Glen Erickson Many current Scott County employees and elected officials did not know or have the opportunity to work with Glen Erickson. But even though Glen retired in 2001 the influence of his leadership at Scott County still can be felt. Glen placed a high value on dedicated...
Posted: October 1, 2019
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...
Posted: September 6, 2019