Lancaster County Treasurer, Rachel Garver, is pleased to announce reduced service fees for the Lancaster County Treasurer’s Office in partnership with Grant Street Group, a new provider for credit cards and online payments. Beginning on January 3, 2022, electronic checks for online payments will be free and online credit and debit card service fees will be reduced to 2.19% of the transaction. In-person debit card transactions will have a flat fee of $2.00 and in-person credit card transactions will also be reduced to 2.19%.
“We are hopeful with free online electronic checks more people will pay their property taxes online, thus reducing processing costs for the County,” Garver said.
To accommodate the switching of payment vendors, the online web payments for Lancaster County, including online property tax payments, will be down on Saturday, January 1, 2022, until approximately 8:00 am on Monday, January 3, 2022.
2021 Property Tax statements are currently available online. The tax statements are in the mail and residents should be receiving them shortly.
Reminder that the first half of property taxes are due on or before March 31, 2022, and the second half are due on or before July 31, 2022.
The Lancaster County Treasurer’s Office proudly serves the people of our County by operating responsibly with transparency, accuracy, and fiscal integrity. The Office is committed to exceeding the expectations of our diverse community of customers both internal and external in an efficient, respectful, consistent, and professional manner with innovative excellence and personal ethics.
For more information about the Lancaster County Treasurer please visit the website at www.lancaster.ne.gov/treasurer or call 402-441-7425.