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Landlord Education Assistance Program (LEAP)

COVID-19 Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Program

If you are a Davenport resident in a rental property and your income has been reduced due to COVID-19, you may be eligible for rental assistance from the City of Davenport’s Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) program. For more information or to request an application, click here.

Landlord Education Assistance Program (LEAP)

The Davenport Landlord Education Assistance Program (LEAP) is designed as a partnership between law enforcement and rental property managers to help tenants, owners, and managers keep drugs and illegal activities off rental property. The program uses a unique three-part approach which ensures tenant friendly techniques will be applied to maintain crime prevention goals.

PHASE ONE involves an eight-hour seminar presented by police, neighborhood enhancement, city legal, magistrates, fire department, and public housing. The City of Davenport has mandated Phase I for all landlords/property managers in order for them to obtain their rental license.

PHASE TWO will certify that the rental property has met the security requirements for the tenant's safety.

For other inquiries or concerns, you may contact the Crime Prevention/ NETS Unit by sending an email (preferred method) to or by leaving a message at 563-888-6141.


The next LEAP Class has NOT been scheduled.
Given the current issues with COVID-19, the April 16th LEAP Class has been postponed. The date for the next class has not been set. Please contact for further questions.

We offer the LEAP class online for property owners who have 3 units or less. 
For information on taking the LEAP program online, contact:

Jene Fuller
Eastern Iowa Community College
Continuing Education
306 W. River Drive
Davenport, IA 52801
(563) 336-3445

The law is constantly changing and there may be times when the information on this website will not be current. This information is provided for general informational purposes only and is not intended as legal advice. It is meant to serve as a basic guideline to the eviction process and provides sample forms that may or may not be applicable to your intended purpose. This information is not a comprehensive treatment of the subject and is not a substitute for advice from an attorney.