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Hall County Board of Commissioners: Buildings Open Starting June 15, 2020
Hall County buildings will be open to the public starting Monday, June 15, 2020. The drop boxes previously installed outside the buildings will remain and anyone that would rather use the drop boxes instead of entering the buildings are welcome to do so.
Hall County Treasurer's Office
1st 1/2 taxes are due by April 30. Delinquent May 1st. For your convenience we have installed a drop box right outside of our building on the east side. Please label which department and add your phone in case we would need to contact you.
Other payment options:
Mail in. 121 S Pine St Ste #2, Grand Island, NE 68801.
Over the phone: 308-385-5025 there is a small convenience fee for this option.
Online (this option also has a small convenience fee)
We are all still here working to serve our county to the best of our ability. We appreciate everyone being patient and understanding.
Alaina Verplank Hall County Treasurer
You can now pay your Real Estate taxes, Personal Property taxes and Motor Vehicle Renewals online with your credit card. There is a convenience fee added to the payment by the payment processor (PointAndPay), full details are available at the payment link below: Online Payments
Updated: Sheriff's Dept. Online Tools
With the release of new online tools at this web site, public safety information is more accessible than ever before.
UPDATE: You can now pay your citations online. Click here for full information.
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