It is the treasurer’s responsibility to:
- To collect all revenues for the County
- To bill and collect all real estate and personal taxes in the County
- Title and Register all motor vehicles with tax situs in the County
- To collect fees for driver licenses, C.D.L.’s, learner permits, I.D. cards, school permits, etc.
- To disburse collections to the proper political subdivisions
- Title and Boat Registration
- Snowmobile Registration
Real property taxes are due December 31. The first half of the tax becomes delinquent on the following May 1 and the second half becomes delinquent on September 1.
Personal property taxes are due December 31. The first half of the tax becomes delinquent on the following May 1 and the second half becomes delinquent on September 1.
On the due date, the taxes become a first lien on all personal property you own. If the taxes are not paid, any personal property owned, whether taxable or not, is subject to seizure in order to satisfy the lien.
The Treasurer’s office handles payments only. The Assessor’s office handles real estate valuations.
The Department of Motor Vehicles is available in the basement meeting room on Tuesday’s only for assistance with drivers licenses. Their phone number is (402)372-6016 (Tuesdays only). Visit the DMV website for more information.