Until further notice, the Scott County Attorney’s Office will be suspending the Driver’s License Reinstatement and the Delinquent Fine Collection service at our reception counter.
Please fill out the paperwork provided to you. After you turn it in, a representative will give you a call once they have processed the paperwork. This may take up to 3-4 weeks.
Please be sure to provide us with a valid phone number to contact you.
You can also find electronic forms attached below.
You can email the forms to our office at:
Our mailing address is:
- Office of Scott County Attorney
400 West Fourth Street
Davenport, Iowa 52801
Or fax back at (563) 326-8763.
Please call (563) 326-8235 with questions.
Sorry for the inconvenience, but our office is working to provide the best service to the public while following the guidelines of the CDC.
The County Attorney's Office can set up a payment plan with you so that you can pay your delinquent court debt.
- This may be something that the court has ordered you to sign up for;
- The Department of Transportation may need before you're eligible for a work permit or Temporary Restricted License; or
- May be something that you need in order to register your vehicle.
If you would like to see if you qualify for the Delinquent Fine Collection Program, please fill out one of the following forms and return it to the County Attorney's Office:
Print and complete one of the attached forms:
- Wage Assignment (See Attached)
if not employed:
- Voluntary Payment Plan (See Attached)
If there is a hold on your vehicle registration, you may be eligible for a lift if you enter into a payment plan with our office. If you qualify, the first payment is usually 10% of the amount of fines owed. (with a minimum of $50.00) If the 10% causes a hardship, the County Attorney's Office may consider reducing the first amount owed or require you to make payments for six (6) months in a row before giving you a lift.
Once you make your approved payment, you will receive a registration lift which allows you to register your vehicle with the Treasurer's Office or Department of Transportation. To see if you qualify fill out either one of the forms listed above and return it to the County Attorney's Office
Once you have completed the attached form:
- Follow the new delivery instructions above.
Return one form to the County Attorney's Office.