County Values

Douglas County Taxable Value

 
  2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Douglas County 36,396,026,910   36,630,182,640  36,903,701,160 37,585,330,630  39,038,137,635
CITIES
Omaha 27,483,461,755 27,913,680,440 27,803,448,875 28,018,390,210 30,646,108,895 
Waterloo 69,207,120 68,115,600 66,194,220 75,349,700 74,442,990
Valley 186,354,570 177,830,515 190,970,215 191,081,720 287,375,425
Ralston 336,022,330 333,736,820 323,696,040 332,704,080 334,740,635
Bennington 85,817,185 87,723,190 89,637,615 95,204,980 104,755,355 
LARGEST SCHOOL DISTRICTS
1 Omaha 18,430,036,470 18,430,243,090 18,366,335,595 18,589,072,595 19,158,351,415
10 Elkhorn 3,827,740,195 4,000,319,980 4,226,944,970 4,489,453,010 4,884,608,690
17 Millard 7,726,893,365 7,703,004,570  7,737,578,205 7,834,083,355 8,032,522,875
54 Ralston 1,516,507,365 1,516,616,800 1,487,649,120  1,514,102,990 1,563,453,035
59 Bennington 712,444,485 750,235,730  785,029,540  830,578,240 926,968,445
66 Westside 3,241,522,035 3,267,474,135 3,275,777,005 3,221,769,705 3,258,756,750
15 Douglas West  723,695,170 731,025,850  773,038,830 827,160,840 888,301,725 
  Provided by the Douglas County Assessor/Register of Deeds
 

Douglas County Property Statistics as reported to the State 2015.

216,423 Parcels in Douglas County
9,870 Commercial improved parcels (includes industrial)
17,805 Vacant land parcels
167,257 Residential improved parcels
1,790 Mobile homes
25,408 Business personal property schedules 
17,668 Religious, charitable, educational, cemetery, and government exemptions (real property only)
70 Business Aircraft 
 

Calculating Taxes Using Tax Rates

The Assessor/Register of Deeds does not levy taxes. Government subdivisions set tax rates to meet their budgets. Tax rates are based on each $100 of assessed valuation.

To figure your own tax, divide your assessed value by 100 to get the multiplier and then use that number to multiply the tax rate. For example, for a $100,000 house you would multiply the rate by 1,000 to get the tax figure. A home valued at $81,800 would use 818 as a multiplier.

For further information about taxes visit the Douglas County Treasurer web site