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Quad Cities USA - Guide to Davenport & Bettendorf Iowa and Rock Island & Moline Illinois
 

October 28th, 2011

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October 28th, 2011

The City of Moline is nestled between the banks of the Mississippi and Rock River in Rock Island County, Illinois, and is home to almost 44,000 people. Getting Here The Quad Cities is easily accessible by car. If you’re coming to the Quad Cities by air, you’ll land in Moline, at the Quad City International Airport, the third largest airport in Illinois, which proudly serves the regional Quad City area. Currently, five airlines offer non-stop flights to eight cities, including Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Denver, Detroit, Memphis, Minneapolis/St. Paul, and Orlando, with hundreds of domestic... Read More

October 28th, 2011

Davenport, Iowa’s third largest city, is a vibrant community with a population of just under 100,000 and a rich history closely related to one of the world’s mightiest rivers, the picturesque Mississippi. In fact, with so much to offer families, young professionals, businesses and visitors, it’s no surprise the U.S. Conference of Mayors named Davenport one of America’s most livable small cities in 2007. It’s an honor Davenport shares with her sister city of Rock Island, Illinois. Davenport enjoys a vibrant downtown area! In fact, downtown Davenport’s historic warehouse district is fast-becoming... Read More

October 28th, 2011

Welcome to the Quad Cities, a vibrant community of cities sharing the Mississippi River in both Iowa and Illinois. From Davenport and Bettendorf in Iowa, to Moline (and East Moline) and Rock Island in Illinois, the Quad Cities comprises a growing community of 400,000 people, and also includes many smaller communities in both Illinois and Iowa. The Quad Cities Davenport, Iowa Moline, Illinois Rock Island, Illinois Bettendorf, Iowa East Moline, Illinois  Read More

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October 28th, 2011

Sharing the Mississippi Rivers, the Quad Cities encompasses cities and counties in both Iowa and Illinois, and comprises a vibrant community of 400,000 people. To learn more about life in the Quad Cities Metropolitan Area, view the videos below and explore the hundreds of resource pages within our website. Midwest Magic on the Mississippi River Which Cities Make Up The Quad Cities? The Quad Cities actually consists of five neighboring cities flanking the Mississippi River in Iowa and Illinois in the Midwestern United States. The July 1, 2007, population of the four-county metropolitan area is estimated... Read More

October 28th, 2011

The City of Rock Island, Illinois, one of the core cities which make up the greater Quad Cities metropolitan area, is located in the southwest “corner” of the Quad Cities – in western Illinois on the Mississippi River, and is home to about 40,000 people. Additionally, Rock Island is: Surrounded by two great rivers, the Mississippi and the Rock Rivers. These rivers support many leisure activities in the area and have beautiful scenic views. A beautiful area, especially since the City’s Park and Recreation Department operates 26 sites having over 878 acres of green space. This offers residents... Read More

October 28th, 2011

Maps Location & Distances Road Map Wayfinding   Wayfinding helps you find your way around the Quad Cities Click for Larger Image Rock Island Moline & East MolineDavenportBettendorf A color-coded wayfinding system has been initiated in the Quad Cities to help you find your way to area attractions. This system uses four colors to represent four quadrants in the Quad Cities – Davenport, Bettendorf in Iowa, and Rock Island, Moline/East Moline in Illinois. Identifying headers on signs around the area have the appropriate color so that the visitor knows, by color, which quadrant he or she... Read More

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