FAQs

 

If you have any questions please call us at (402) 223-1315.

When are taxes due and delinquent?

  • Taxes for both Real Estate and Personal Property are due – Dec. 31st
  • 1st half is delinquent the following – May 1st
  • 2nd half is delinquent the following – September 1st
  • 14% statutory rate is charged on delinquencies

When are tax notices mailed?

They are mailed in December

What should I do if I didn’t receive a tax notice?

Call the Treasurer’s office at (402) 223-1315

How much are my taxes?

Call the Treasurer’s office at (402) 223-1315 or check online at www.nto.us

Have my taxes been paid?

Call the Treasurer’s office at (402) 223-1315 or check online at www.nto.us

I need to make an address change.

Call the Treasurer’s office at (402) 223-1315

Do you accept credit cards?

YES – Motor vehicle and driver license may be paid online at www.clickdmv.ne.gov.  Real estate taxes may be paid online at www.nto.us.  You may also use a credit card in the Treasurer’s office.  There is a 2.49% convenience fee to use a credit or debit card and a $1.75 fee to use an e-check.

What do I do if I have a message on my tax statement that I don’t understand?

Call the Treasurer’s office at (402) 223-1315

When can I renew my driver’s license?

You may renew your expiring Nebraska license within 90 days (not three months) prior to the expiration date.  If you move to a new address, you should update your Nebraska license within 60 days.  To view new procedures in the renewal and address change process, go to www.dmv.state.ne.us and check under “Driver Licensing Services”.

What if I lost my driver’s license?

If you have not moved to a new address, you may apply for a duplicate license online at www.clickdmv.ne.gov.  There is a convenience fee to use a credit or debit card.  You may also go to a licensed examiner to apply for a duplicate.  Go to www.dmv.state.ne.us for driver license procedures.