Administration

Picture of County Administrator
Dee F. Bruemmer
Scott County Administrator

Administration

Scott County Administrative Center
600 W. 4th St.
Davenport, Iowa 52801-1030
Fax: (563) 328-3285

For general inquiries, call (563) 326-8611.

Features

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Scott County is part of the State of Iowa Alert Iowa -  a county/statewide mass notification and emergency messaging system which can be used by state and local authorities to quickly disseminate emergency information to residents in counties that utilize the system.



Children's Activity BookChildren's Activity Book

Download and print the updated activity book that allows elementary age children to explore County government through coloring activities, puzzles and word searches.


Role of County Administrator

The County Administrator and the Administration Department staff coordinate and perform strategic planning for the overall mission of the County. The department was created in 1979 to bring a professional management to county government which is unique for counties in Iowa, but not for cities. Scott County has been a recognized member of the International City Management Association since 1983.

The Administration Department serves as the principal advisor to the Board and acts as a liaison between the Board and other county departments. The department also represents the Board of Supervisors in dealings with other governmental agencies. The County Administrator supervises the actions of all appointed department heads and ensures that whenever possible, departments work together to provide the best possible service to the residents of Scott County.

Assistant County Administrator
Mary J. Thee

Administrative Assistant
Renee Luze-Johnson - (563) 326-8702

MISSION STATEMENT

Improve County services through effective management and coordination of resources.

  • Innovative
  • Motivate
  • Professional
  • Responsive
  • Organized
  • Vision
  • Excel