Property Valuation Online Filing & Scheduling
Please read through these important instructions before proceeding:
Property valuation protests can be filed June 1 to June 30.
In order to file a property valuation protest electronically, you must have a MyInterLinc User ID. If you have forgotten your User ID and/or password, click HERE now.
Please retain your User ID and password as you will need them to track your protest once it has been submitted. If you have questions regarding this procedure, please contact the County Clerk's Office at 402-441-8724.
Upon entering your parcel ID, please verify the owner information.
If you are NOT the property owner, YOU MUST CHECK "NO" AND ENTER YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION. This would apply to attorneys, employees, family members or anyone filing on behalf of the property owner.
If you are the owner but a different name appears on the property record, please verify that you have entered the correct parcel ID. If the parcel ID is correct, please contact the County Clerk's Office at 402-441-8724 for assistance.
You are required to include the reason for your protest.
Those filing single protests electronically can select a convenient referee hearing date and time when submitting a protest. HEARINGS WILL BE HELD JULY 6-14. Some evening and weekend appointments will be available. You may also choose to waive the referee hearing whereby the referee will consider the protest in absentia. Should you need to reschedule your hearing of if you decide you would like to schedule a hearing, please contact the County Clerk's Office at 402-441-8724.
For those filing multiple protests, referee hearing dates and times will be scheduled by the Clerk's Office.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to statutory deadlines, those filing early (prior to June 24) will have the best chance at rescheduling a referee hearing if the need arises. The County Clerk's Office will make every attempt to accommodate all such requests. But, please keep in mind that it may not be possible to reschedule your hearing(s) due to the time constraints set forth by State Statute.