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Quad Cities First

Quad Cities First

Scott County Authorized Agencies are recognized non-profit agencies receiving County funding and following the county's required budgeting requirements.

If interested in budget appropriations, please contact the Scott County Administration Office.


Quad Cities First

130 W 2nd Street
Davenport, IA 52801

563-322-1706
http://www.quadcitiesfirst.com


QUAD CITIES FIRST

In summary, the By-laws state that the Quad Cities First has the following powers:

  1. 1. To function as an aid to civic, educational, economic and business growth and development in the geographical area of Scott County
  2. To foster and promote improvement and growth of the civic, educational, economic and business climate within the geographical area.
  3. To enlist, encourage and promote cooperation among the county, municipal and other local governmental units.
  4. To enlist, encourage and promote participation and effectiveness of all organizations which have an impact on civic, educational, economic, and business growth and development.
  5. To collect and distribute statistical and other information with respect to matters affecting growth and development.

To collect and expend funds as necessary or advisable in carrying out the purposes and attaining the objectives of the corporation.

News & Notices

On April 5th, the Scott County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution recognizing April 20 and 21, 2018 as "Quad Cities Big Table Weekend". The Board of Supervisors invites all Quad Citizens to participate in this community-wide initiative to further connect our community so that we can become a...
Posted: April 19, 2018
The Board of Supervisors have proclaimed April 28, 2018 as the day to Sound the Alarm and help educate and protect the residents of our community against home fires and encourage everyone to support the American Red Cross and join in this lifesaving effort. Sign up today at https://www.redcross.org...
Posted: April 19, 2018
At the January 2, 2018 Organizational Meeting of the Scott County Board of Supervisors, the board elected a new chair and vice-chair. The new chair is Tony Knobbe. The new vice-chair is Ken Beck. agenda, packet, minutes
Posted: January 2, 2018