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Central Nebraska Drug Court:
Board of Directors Meeting

Click here to view the agenda for the Central Nebraska Drug Court Board of Directors Meeting scheduled for 1:00 P.M. on February 22, 2018 at the County Attorney Building, 701 4th Avenue, Holdrege, Nebraska.

Hall County Treasurer:
2016 Delinquent Tax List
(Advertising List)

2018 Investor Information Sheet [PDF]
(updated 02/02/2018)
2018 Public Tax Sale Instructions [PDF]
(updated 02/13/2018)

Click here to view the list of Lands, Lots and Improvements on Leased Land, in Hall County, Nebraska upon which taxes remain due and unpaid for the 2016 Tax Year together with prior delinquent tax and the delinquent special assessments.

Therefore, notice is hereby given that in order to enforce the lien of such taxes upon the real estate property, I, Peggy Pesek, Treasurer of Hall County, Nebraska, will on, the First Monday in March, 2018, offer for public sale at the St. Mary's Cathedral Square 112 South Cedar in Grand Island, Nebraska, the following described lands, lots and improvements on leased land, for the amount of delinquent taxes and special assessments, assessed thereon, together with interest and advertising cost. Said list is listed in monetary value in descending order.

Said sale will be held between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. and will be continued from day to day until the taxes on these lands and lots in said delinquent tax list shall have been sold or offered for sale.

Peggy Pesek
County Treasurer
Hall County, Nebraska

Hall County Assessor:
Tax Assessment Representative

The Hall County Assessor is accepting applications for Tax Assessment Representative. Under administrative direction of the County Assessor, performs a wide variety of complex clerical tasks; operates a variety of office machines involving the use of typing skills; must be able to exercise independent judgment and make decisions; learns and interprets state mandated laws and regulations; work involves substantial public contact.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Carries out all related functions dealing with real estate, personal property and homestead exemptions. Accelerates taxes on property sold prior to levy setting. Answers questions from the public and calculates property taxes. Enters data into the computer for taxing purposes. Maintains working knowledge of homestead exemption qualifications and procedures. Acquainted with fundamental real estate procedures (i.e. locating legal descriptions, calculating taxes, identifying school districts, etc.). Maintains current filing system for all types of taxable property. Assists in office procedures and operation which may require lifting 15 - 20 pounds. Greets the public and handles telephone traffic.

NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Receives complaints and provides information. Fills in when help is necessary in specified areas. Performs related work as required.

DESIRABLE KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS: Knowledge of modern office methods and equipment. Ability to operate a computer and common software applications. Ability to operate a calculator and perform mathematical calculations. Ability to type with accuracy and neatness. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Ability to write numerals with accuracy and legibility. Ability to maintain cooperative working relationships with other employees and the general public. Ability to handle high level of stress associated with working with the public.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from a senior high school or equivalent supplemented with some experience performing clerical or data entry tasks or any combination of training and experience which provides the desirable knowledge, abilities and skills.

Day hours M-F. 8:30 - 5:00. Wages negotiable depending on experience and qualifications plus benefits.

Potential applicants can submit a resume or pick-up an application at the Assessor's office. Applications will be accepted until March 2nd.

Hall County Treasurer's Office:
Online Payments

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.

In the Sheriff's Department section you can also find info on: Most Wanted fugitives, Arrest Warrants, Sex Offenders, as well as the daily Media Reports. You can find all of these tools and more on the [Sheriff's Department Main Page] including the Annual Report.
 


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