Date: June 2, 2014
For more information contact
Dan Nolte, County Clerk
Property Valuation Protests
Lancaster County Clerk Dan Nolte is reminding citizens that they have until Monday, June 30th to protest the valuation of their property. Properties that had a change in value were notified in writing by the assessor the first week in June.
Nolte said anyone may file a protest regarding their valuation, not just those with a change. "This is an opportunity for property owners to bring to the County's attention information that could result in a change to their valuation," said Nolte.
Protests may be filed electronically at the County Clerk website, by mail or in person in the County Clerk's Office located at 555 S. 10th Street, Room 108. Forms can be requested by calling the Clerk's Office at 402-441-8724. Mail must be postmarked no later than Monday, June 30, 2014.
As in previous years, those protesting their valuation may schedule a hearing with a qualified individual to discuss their protest and/or to present additional information relevant to their property's value. These hearings will be held at the Lancaster Event Center from late June through mid July.
For additional information on the property valuation protest process, please visit the above web site or call the County Clerk's Office at 402-441-8724.