Certification of Taxable Values
Personal Property Forms And Information
Due on or before May 1
Homestead Exemption Forms And Information
Due between Feb 2nd and the Jun 30th
Report of Destroyed Real Property, Form 425
2019 Neb. Law LB 512
|"GIS - Property Lookup"
Change of Value Notices were mailed on June 1st. If you detect a clerical error, please contact the Assessor’s Office for correction.
All information for filing a protest is available at the Cass County Clerk’s office or on the webpage: http://www.cassne.org/countyclerk.html.
FROM THE CASS COUNTY ASSESSOR’S OFFICE—
THE FOLLOWING AREAS ARE BEING REAPPRAISED IN 2019 FOR THE 2020 VALUES:
3267 WEST ROCK BLUFF TOWNSHIP
3265 EAST ROCK BLUFF TOWNSHIP
3483 EAST LIBERTY TOWNSHIP
The Assessor’s Office will have appraisers starting in the town of Murray and will be in these areas from the end of March through Dec 31, 2019. In addition to the above reappraisal areas, appraisers will be doing sale reviews throughout the county. After reappraisal is complete, permit/pick-up work will begin. Updates will be posted in the Cassgram and on the Cass County website, www.cassne.org . Appraisers can be identified by their vests or issued badges from the Sheriff’s Office. If you have concerns please call the Assessor’s Office.
The Cass County Assessor’s Office is dedicated to establishing fair and equitable assessments for the citizens of Cass County in accordance with state statutes approved by the legislators and regulations set forth by the Nebraska Property Tax Administrator.
The Cass County Assessor is an elected office with a 4-year term. To occupy the office one must pass a test and hold a valid Nebraska Assessor Certificate from the Property Tax Administrator. The assessor must meet all standards set forth by statute and regulations to maintain the certificate to include 15 hours of continuing education each year.
The Cass County Assessor is responsible for the valuation of over 21,000 parcels of real estate and 1300 parcels of Personal Property. Over 800 Homestead Exemption applications and 150 permissive exemption applications are collected and processed. A response is made for approximately 10,000 requests from the public or other offices for information, research or copies of public records each year.
The Assessor's duties are prescribed by Nebraska Statutes, (Chapter 77), and Rules and Regulations promulgated by the Nebraska Property Tax Administrator which have the effect of law.
- Maintain property records for all property within the county.
- Attend all meetings of the County Board of Equalization.
- Review all applications for religious, charitable and educational tax exemptions.
- Accept and process Homestead Exemption applications.
- Accept and process Personal Property schedules.
- Verify and maintain a sales file for all property sales within the county.
- Respond to requests for information from the public.
Additional services include online property searches and in-office sales file searches. There may be a small fee on copies that are for other than personal use. Please contact our office for further information.
Forms to be filed with the Assessor's office can be found by clicking on the Nebraska Dept of Revenue link below. Instructions are also provided.