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Property Valuation Protests
Property valuation protests can be filed with the County Clerk’s Office from June 1 to June 30. Protest forms received before June 1 or postmarked after June 30 cannot be accepted as timely filed.
Property Valuation Protest Timeline
You may file your protest in one of the following ways:
File a Protest (Electronic Filing System - Requires a MyInterlinc User ID)
Paper Filing (Mailed/emailed to the Clerk's Office)
Forms and supporting documentation can be:
- Delivered to the Lancaster County Clerk's Office, 555 S. 10th Street, Room 108, Lincoln, NE 68508; or
- Emailed to email@example.com
IMPORTANT: All supporting documentation must be received within seven (7) days from the date a protest was submitted if a referee hearing was waived, or within seven (7) days from the date of a referee hearing. The County or its designee (i.e., referee) will not consider any documentation that was not submitted in accordance with the protest rules. All documents will remain part of the official protest record and cannot be returned. Property valuation protests and related documents are public records. It is the filer’s responsibility to redact all personally identifiable or confidential information (i.e., Social Security numbers, birth dates, bank account numbers, etc.) prior to submission. The Lancaster County Clerk’s Office will not redact information from supporting documentation.
To search on a protest already filed, select the appropriate link below.
- Lancaster County Board of Equalization Policies and Procedures (PDF)
- Real Property Valuation Protest Information Guide (Nebraska Department of Revenue) (PDF)
- Real Property Assessment Information Guide (Nebraska Department of Revenue) (PDF)
- Nebraska Tax Equalization and Review Commission (TERC) Website