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State law requires that the notice be mailed to the property owner. Most mortgage companies get their tax information from a private tax service or directly from Lancaster County.
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Taxpayers should receive their real estate and personal property tax statements for the current year by the middle part of December.
Please contact the Lancaster County Treasurer's Office at 402-441-7425 so we can send a duplicate statement and verify billing information. Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the obligation to pay taxes and if delinquent, applicable interest, penalties, and fees.
Please call the Lancaster County Assessor/Register of Deeds at 402-441-7463 or email the County Assessor.
The interest rate is 14% annually.
If you want the value of your property, go to the Lancaster County Assessor's Office.
Taxes for real estate are due: December 31st.
If you miss the April 1st deadline or the August 1st deadline, interest will be charged.
Taxes for Personal property are due December 31st:
If you miss the April 1st deadline or the August 1st deadline interest will be charged.