Scott County Tax Auctions (Iowa)

Search for Scott County, IA tax auctions. A tax auction search provides information on upcoming tax sales, local tax auctions, unpaid property taxes, tax liens, foreclosures, property tax payments, property tax assessments, property appraisals, property assessment, parcel numbers, property tax payment plans, appealing a property tax assessment, property descriptions, property maps, foreclosure maps, auction procedures, tax auction regulations, and tax auction restrictions.


Finance Departments in Scott County, IA administer finances for their municipality, often at the county or local level, and they also hold tax auctions. A Scott County tax auction sells off properties that have unpaid property taxes, often as part of the tax lien and foreclosure process. Finance Departments keep records about property tax payments, including property appraisal values, parcel numbers to look up taxes, and scheduled tax sales. The local Finance Department may also provide information on setting up a property tax payment plan or appealing a property tax assessment, in addition to information on foreclosures and property tax auctions. Information on tax auctions in Scott County, Iowa may be available on the Finance Department website.

Bettendorf Finance Department Bettendorf IA 1609 State Street 52722 563-344-4000

Davenport Finance Department Davenport IA 1616 West 6th Street 52802 309-797-0481


Town and City Halls in Scott County, IA provide municipal services and preserve important documents, and they may be responsible for property taxes and tax auctions. In a tax auction, the town or city sells off properties that have unpaid property taxes, tax liens, and foreclosures. Town and City Halls keep records on property tax payments, real estate appraisals, parcel numbers, and Scott County tax sales, and they may provide parcel searches or property maps to look up properties listed in a tax auction. They may also provide property descriptions, tax auction procedures, and restrictions on tax auction purchases. Tax auction information in Scott County, Iowa is often available on the Town or City Hall website.

Bettendorf City Hall Bettendorf IA 1609 State Street 52722 563-344-4027

Blue Grass City Hall Blue Grass IA 114 North Mississippi Street 52726 563-381-4700

Buffalo City Hall Buffalo IA 329 Dodge Street 52728 563-381-2226

Davenport City Hall Davenport IA 226 West 4th Street 52801 563-326-7763

Dixon City Hall Dixon IA 606 Davenport Street 52745 563-843-3425

Eldridge City Hall Eldridge IA 305 N 3rd St 52748 563-285-4841

Le Claire City Hall Le Claire IA 325 Wisconsin St 52753 563-289-4242

Long Grove City Hall Long Grove IA 104 South 1st Street 52756 563-285-4904

New Liberty City Hall New Liberty IA 795 Main Street 52765 563-843-2556

Princeton City Hall Princeton IA 311 3rd Street 52768 563-289-5315

Walcott City Hall Walcott IA 128 W Lincoln St 52773 563-284-6571

Walcott Town Hall Walcott IA 128 W Lincoln St 52773 563-284-6571


Clerk Offices in Scott County, IA maintain public records for a county or local government, including records related to property taxes and tax auctions. In a tax auction, the government sells property with unpaid property taxes that is under a tax lien or in the foreclosure process. Clerk Offices have records on property tax payments, unpaid property taxes, property assessments, parcel numbers, and tax sales. Clerk Offices may also provide parcel searches or property maps to look up properties listed in a Scott County tax auction, as part of their records on foreclosures and property tax auctions. This Scott County tax auction information is often available on the Clerk Office website.

Dixon City Clerk Dixon IA 30590 70th Avenue 52745 563-843-3425

Donahue City Clerk Donahue IA 106 1st Avenue 52746 563-282-4161

Scott County Clerk Davenport IA 400 West 4th Street 52801 563-326-8648


Sheriff Departments in Scott County, IA are law enforcement agencies that conduct investigations, stop crimes, and enforce tax rulings, including tax liens and foreclosures. In some jurisdictions, they may play a role in tax auctions, which sell off real estate that has property tax debt. The Sheriff Department may keep records about unpaid property taxes, property tax liens, and any law enforcement actions related to a Scott County foreclosure or a tax auction. The Sheriff Department may also be responsible for running Scott County tax auctions, including publicizing upcoming tax auctions and carrying out the sales. Tax auction information in Scott County, Iowa may be available on the Sheriff Department website.

Scott County Sheriff-Pleasant Valley High School Substation Bettendorf IA 604 Belmont Road 52722 563-332-4783

Scott County Sheriffs Office / Scott County Jail Davenport IA 400 West 4th Street 52801 563-326-8625


Treasurer and Tax Collector Offices in Scott County, IA collect taxes for a county or local government, including property taxes, and they also operate tax auctions. During a tax auction, the Scott County municipality auctions off properties that have unpaid property taxes, both due to tax liens and the foreclosure process. Treasurers and Tax Collectors maintain records on property Scott County tax payments, appraisal values, parcel numbers, and tax sales, and they may provide information on setting up a property tax payment plan or appealing a property tax assessment. Tax auction information, including upcoming tax sales, property descriptions, and auction information in Scott County, Iowa, may be on the Treasurer and Tax Collector website.

Scott County Treasurer Davenport IA 2162 West Kimberly Road 52806 563-386-2886

Scott County Treasurer's Office Davenport IA 600 West 4th Street 52801 563-326-8664