Protesting An Assessment

Protesting An Assessment

If your property is in the City of Davenport visit Davenport City Assessor.

If you disagree with the Assessor's estimate of value please consider these questions before proceeding:

  • What is the actual fair market value of my property?
  • What would it sell for if it were listed today?
  • How does this value compare to similar properties in the neighborhood?

Actions may include:

Informal and free:

  1. Do a self review of your assessment
  2. Contact the Assessor's Office with any assessment question (anytime)

If steps 1 and 2 don't resolve your concern, continue to these steps:

  1. Request an official informal assessment review (April 2 - April 25)
  2. File a written protest with the Board of Review (April 2 - April 30)
  3. Property Assessment Appeal Board and District Court

News & Notices

A new and convenient feature of the Scott County Assessor’s new website gives property owners the option to formally appeal an assessment to the Board of Review online. Using the County Assessor’s website, property owners now have the ability to submit petitions online by email, rather than going...
Posted: April 4, 2018
During the month of April 2018, the Parcel Query and GIS mapping applications will be updated with a new consolidated property and map viewing solution named Beacon, hosted by the Schneider Corporation. The new service provides additional functionality and display options to users. The service will...
Posted: March 28, 2018