Scott County News and Notices

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Small grass fire.
April 15, 2023 - Countywide Burn Ban for Scott County, Iowa, has been Lifted The Scott County Emergency Management Agency, in conjunction with the local Fire Chiefs and the State Fire Marshalls Office, has determined that the danger to life and property in Scott County, Iowa, has been reduced...
Posted: April 12, 2023
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According to the National Weather Service, there is a 67% chance of reaching major flood stages at the Rock Island and LeClaire river gauges. Based on current information, river crest levels could be reached approximately the last week of April through the first week of May.
Posted: April 6, 2023
Photo collage of seasonal workers. Includes lifeguards, maintenance, camp counselor.
Are you looking for a fun summer job? How about working for Scott County Conservation? Come out and learn all about the fun seasonal positions at Scott County Park, Glynns Creek Golf Course, and West Lake Park. Positions include lifeguards, park rangers, maintenance workers, and more. Everyone who...
Posted: April 5, 2023
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On March 28, 2023 at 10:00 am, the Scott Emergency Communications Center will conduct an out-of-sequence test of emergency warning sirens in the communities of Eldridge, Long Grove and Park View, in Scott County, Iowa. These additional tests are required to test programming changes made in those communities for the system the system that triggers sirens during an actual emergency.
Posted: March 27, 2023
Scott County Auditor Kerri Tompkins wants voters to know a statewide mailing will be released this week to keep the voter registration list updated. If you did not vote in the last general election, and have not reported a change of address, name or party affiliation, state law requires this notice be sent and for your voter registration be made “inactive.” To stay active, simply return the notice (follow the directions) with paid postage and you will be made “active.” If you get a card at your address, but it is not you, simply disregard the mailing. “No Activity Notice postcards are a great tool to assist us in maintaining our voter registration list and is required by Iowa Code 48A.28,” she said.
Posted: March 27, 2023

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