A protester may present additional evidence, but only at a scheduled meeting with a referee.
2015 Board of Equalization
Property Value Protests
Remember, by law, protests can only be filed between June 1st and June 30, 2015. Protests received outside of these dates will be returned to the filer.
The Douglas County Board of Equalization annual protest process takes place from June 1st through June 30, 2015, as per the provisions of Nebraska law.
During this period, property owners, or their authorized representatives, may file a protest of the valuation of their property. The Board of Equalization hires independent appraisal professionals to review the filed protests and make a recommendation to the Board to either change the valuation or to dismiss the protest and leave the valuation set by the Assessor in place.
These web pages contain information about the details of this process. Before you file your protest (either online, hand delivery, or by mail), please review all of these details to assure you filed your protest correctly.
If you have questions that are not answered here on our website, you can call us at 402-444-6510. During the first few days of June, all of our phone lines may be busy at once, so please be patient and call us back.
Check back for a list of protests received.