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About the Commission

About the Commission

The Scott County Planning and Zoning Commission is made up of seven citizens appointed by the County Board of Supervisors with the majority residing in the unincorporated areas of the county. Formerly the Zoning Commission, the Planning and Zoning Commission was created in 1979 by the Board of Supervisors to act as their advisory group on all planning and zoning matters including the adoption, implementation and update of the development plan, zoning ordinance, and subdivision ordinance. This includes zoning and rezoning land, subdivision planning and reviewing site plans in unincorporated Scott County.

News & Notices

Iowa Department of Transportation is inviting Iowans to share their opinions Go to Survey and Plan AMES, Iowa – Oct. 18, 2019 – A long-range plan for public transit in Iowa is currently under development. This plan supports the State Transportation Plan, Iowa in Motion 2045, in helping efficiently...
Posted: October 25, 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