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County Assessor

County Assessor

County & City Assessors

The Scott County Assessor's Office serves all of Scott County except for the City of Davenport. Both County and City Assessors are located on the fifth floor of the Scott County Administrative Center.

Features

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Iowa Department of Revenue issues 2019 equalization order of 21% to Scott County multi-residential property values (outside the City of Davenport).

Now in the fall of 2019, due to the legally required equalization process, the Iowa Department of Revenue is requiring the Scott County Assessor’s Office to again increase the January 1, 2019 assessed values of all multi-residential properties in Scott County (outside the City of Davenport) by an additional 21%. The Iowa Department of Revenue claims this increase in value is necessary to bring the 2019 assessed values of multi-residential properties into compliance and bring these properties to fair market value, based...

Board of Review Special Session guidelines for the recent Iowa Department of Revenue issues 2019 equalization order.

NEW! Property Owners - Sign up for Homestead, Military, & BPTC Property Tax Credits Online!

The Scott County Assessor’s Office is pleased to announce that Scott County property owners can sign up for the most common property tax credits online using the Assessor’s website.

We also serve the public at the Assessor’s Office M-F from 8:00 to 4:30, but save yourself the trip and sign up online anytime.

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Scott County Assessor, Auditor, Treasurer and Davenport City Assessor records are searchable by name, address or parcel number.

News & Notices

Iowa Department of Revenue issues 2019 equalization order of 21% to Scott County multi-residential property values (outside the City of Davenport). Now in the fall of 2019, due to the legally required equalization process, the Iowa Department of Revenue is requiring the Scott County Assessor’s...
Posted: October 11, 2019
Board of Review Special Session guidelines for the recent Iowa Department of Revenue issues 2019 equalization order.
Posted: October 11, 2019