Protesting the Board of Equalization’s Decision on your Report of Destroyed Real Property
The deadline to file a protest of the Douglas County Board of Equalization’s decision on your Report of Destroyed Real Property was September 9, 2019. Protests submitted after this date will not be reviewed.
On September 24, 2019, the Douglas County Board of Equalization (BOE) set the 2019 real property valuations for protests of assessed value of destroyed real property. To see the list of approved valuations, click here.
If I submitted a protest, what can I do if I disagree with the protest decision?
If you disagree with the decision the BOE made on your protest, you may submit an appeal to the Tax Equalization and Review Commission (TERC) within thirty days after the BOE’s decision. For more information on TERC, go to https://terc.nebraska.gov/.
How can I request the report associated with my protest?
The report (i.e. documentation) associated with your protest can be requested the following ways:
- By calling the Douglas County Clerk’s Office at (402) 444-6762, or
- By visiting the Douglas County Clerk’s Office in the Omaha-Douglas Civic Center at
1819 Farnam St. #H08, Omaha, NE 68183.
Please keep in mind, electronic copies are provided at no charge; however, hard copies are provided at $0.25/page (capped at $10 for commercial property class reports, and capped at $5 for all other property class reports).
Other Questions or Assistance
For any other questions regarding a protest of the BOE’s decision on a Report of Destroyed Real Property, call (402) 444-6762.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE PERTAINS ONLY TO REPORTS OF DESTROYED REAL PROPERTY, OR TO PROTESTS OF DECISIONS MADE ON REPORTS OF DESTROYED REAL PROPERTY.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON A REAL PROPERTY VALUATION PROTEST SUBMITTED BY JULY 1, 2019, PLEASE GO TO THE HOMEPAGE (www.boardofequalization.org) OR CALL (402) 444-6762.