Homestead exemptions provide relief from property taxes by exempting all or a portion of the valuation of the homestead from taxation. You may file for a homestead exemption if you are over age 65, certain disabled individuals, or certain disabled veterans and their widows or widowers. You may file for an exemption between February 1st and June 30th of each year.
NOTICE- Important Information Regarding Your Homestead Exemption
Nebraska Homestead Exemption
Real Estate Information
The County Assessor supervises and directs the assessment of all property in Adams County. Duties include: establishing, maintaining and equalizing values on real and personal property, reviewing applications for tax exemptions (real and personal property) and preparing abstracts for the state of value and certification of taxes levied. Real property that is subject to taxation must be assessed as of January 1st of each year and value is determined using the mass appraisal method based on sales and market.
Tax rates are established as a result of a budgetary process. Each governmental agency provides a budget that will cover the cost of maintaining their respective agency for a fiscal year. The budget requirements are totaled and that amount is divided by the total assessed value of property for that subdivision to establish a tax rate. The tax rate is stated as a percent or amount due for each $100 of assessed value. THE COUNTY ASSESSOR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ESTABLISHING THE TAX RATE.
Property values may be protested be between June 1st and June 30th. A protest form must be submitted to the County Clerk and a hearing time and date will be set before the County Board of Equalization.
Assessor/Homestead Exemptions - Diane Hynes -- 402-461-7114
Clerk - Danielle Wahl
Clerk - Janet Kopisch
Clerk - Linda Conklin
Appraiser - Jim Kuhn
Appraiser - Mary Johnson
Appraiser - Jackie Russell
Appraiser - Bernie Parr