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.

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Monday, August 10, 2020 Derecho Storm

If structures or improvements on your property were damaged by the recent storm, please inform your local Assessor’s Office immediately. Contact information is below.

Mapped Property Lines

As always, the property lines indicated on the aerial maps ARE NOT TO BE USED FOR LEGAL PURPOSES and are not survey quality. They are a reference, meant to be used only as a general representation of the location of your property lines/boundaries. Do not use this website to determine if fallen trees, debris, or other damage is located on your or your neighbor's property. If you are unsure of your property lines/boundaries, a local land [ Click Title for Full Article ]

AT THIS TIME, THE JULY 1 DEADLINE HAS NOT BEEN EXTENDED.

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.