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Passport Acceptance Facility

Passport Acceptance Facility

Holding a US Passport.

If you are a U.S. citizen and would like a passport, we can help!

Any United States citizen can apply for their new U.S. passport at the Scott County Recorder's Office in Downtown Davenport – convenient for anyone in the Quad Cities Area.

Passports are necessary to travel abroad, but also handy when you need identification for writing checks, accessing the Rock Island Arsenal, or other times you need an ID.

The friendly and knowledgeable staff at the Scott County Recorder's Office will be happy to help you. Free and ample parking is available to you while you're here.

Call 563-326-8621 for more information or use our contact form.

  • Scott County Recorder's Office
    5th Floor - Scott County Administrative Center
    600 W. 4th St.
    Davenport, Iowa 52801
  • Passport Hours: Tues-Wed-Thurs: 8 am to 4:00 pm
  • No appointment necessary.

Anyone from the Quad Cities is welcome to call or stop in. The Scott County Recorder's Office is a passport acceptance facility for the New Orleans Passport Services and can assist any U.S. citizen, who meets the passport application requirements, with obtaining a U.S. passport.

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