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.
Hall County Treasurer
Hall County Sheriff's Office
Job Opening Notice-Sheriff Deputy Position
Click here to view the application packet.
Due to COVID-19 concerns, beginning Tuesday, April 7, 2020, the Hall County Sheriff's Office will not be doing VIN / title inspections until further notice.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation during this time.
Hall County Weed Control Update
Hall County Weed Control Department is closed to the public to prevent the spread of COVID-19 but they are planning on selling chemicals for controlling noxious, invasive, and general weeds to local landowners.
If you need to purchase chemicals, contact the Weed Department at 308-385-5097 to schedule an appointment for pick-up of chemicals. Also, if you need assistance in identifying a weed, please call the office to set an appointment. Office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a-m to 5:00 p-m.
Notice: Hall County Building Access
Changes Effective March 24, 2020
Due to the existing health emergency, Hall County buildings will be open for essential services but under controlled access. The restrictions for each building will be posted at the outside entrances.
Hall County Park Closed
As part of the local response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) the Hall County Board has decided to close the Hall County Park effective today until further notice.
Hall County Park is closed to all camping, tent and RV, picnics, weddings and all other organization gatherings until further notice.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact our office at (308)385-5049.
The walk-in gate will remain open, however the gate to drive into the Park will be closed, we ask that if you are using the park please be conscious of traffic along Schimmer Drive and do not block the road.
We regret any inconvenience this has caused however Hall County is committed to keeping our county as safe as possible during this time.