Our Mission

Our mission is to make sure property is fairly and equally assessed. We work hard to make sure no one property owner shoulders more than their fair share of the county-wide valuation.

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Welcome to the Douglas County Assessor/Register of Deeds website!


     Diane L Battiato

This site is designed to provide you with a useful resource for practical information about property values and the assessment process. Comparable sales data and maps are easily accessible. Here you can also find answers to commonly asked questions about property assessments. There are a number of programs and services the Douglas County Assessor/Register of Deeds administers, so please take time to visit the various web pages for more information. Although Douglas County has the largest number of properties in the State of Nebraska with more than 213,000 parcels, each property owner matters and deserves the best possible service by phone, at our office and over the Internet. Just click on the Customer Service link under Contact Us.

 

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How to change your mailing address

The mailing address on your property record will determine where your valuation notices and tax statements are sent. The Assessor/ Register of Deeds' Office is now responsible for mailing address changes. To request such a change, call (402) 444-7060 and choose the prompt for real estate records, or email us here. If you email a request for an address change, include:

  • The name that is currently on the property record
  • The parcel number
  • The current mailing address
  • The new mailing address
  • Your phone number