2017 Informal Meetings


The time has passed to schedule a meeting with an appraiser to discuss your preliminary values; however, you still have three options that you can use to get information to us for our review. You may:

1) Email your information to valuationissues@douglascounty-ne.gov;

2) Mail your information to the Douglas County Assessor/Register of Deeds, Attn: Preliminary valuation, 1819 Farnam St., 4th floor, Omaha, NE 68183; or

3) Drop off your information to the above address.


Please note: All information must be received in our office no later than Feb. 28, 2017.

The Assessor/Register of Deeds' office will post the final 2017 values on our website, http://www.dcassessor.org/valuation-lookup, by May 15, 2017.  If you still feel that your value is incorrect, you may file a formal protest with the Douglas County Board of Equalization between June 1, 2017, and June 30, 2017.


Supporting documents to bring - Residential (CLICK HERE).

  • Appraisals

  • Comparable properties (See Residential Comparable Form.)

  • Closing statement (for recently purchased property)

  • If the property's condition is a factor, please provide photos, repair estimates, etc. (Photos will not be returned.)


Supporting documents to bring - Commercial (CLICK HERE).

  • Supplemental forms for income and expense data (Forms are provided on left side of this page.) Information will be kept confidential.

  • Appraisals

  • Comparable properties (See Commercial Comparable Form.)

  • Closing statement (for recently purchased property)

  • If the property's condition is a factor, please provide photos, repair estimates, etc. (Photos will not be returned.)



What to Expect at the Meeting

  1. The property owner(s) arrive at the city/county building, 1819 Farnam St.

  2. Parking is available at meters around the building, or in the parking garage at 1910 Harney St.

  3. Proceed to the fourth floor and check in at the designated desk.

  4. An Assessor/Register of Deeds representative will check you in.

  5. The property owner(s) will be escorted to his/her personal appraiser.

  6. The owner will have the chance to review his/her property-record file. The appraiser will explain the basis for the 2017 value to the taxpayer.

  7. The taxpayer may provide any relevant information about his/her property to the appraiser.

  8. After the meeting is concluded, staff will review the information and make a decision, which will be posted in May.


Additional Information

  • State the reasons why you feel your property value is incorrect.
  • Provide supporting information.
  • Stick to the issues of value or property characteristics and condition only.
  • Bring two copies of your information.
  • Be aware that waiting until the last of the month to mail, email, or drop off your evidence might not allow our office enough time to perform an in-depth review of your data and make a decision.


NOTE: Our valuation of your property can only be as accurate as the information we have in our records.  This is an opportunity to share any information you might have.

Valuation determinations will not be made during your appointment.