If you are a property owner in Douglas County, watch your mail for the delivery of your 2023 property tax bill or tax notification.
As you review your property tax bill or tax notification, know that while you pay your taxes to the County Treasurer’s Office, the County Treasurer is tasked with distributing the funds to the various taxing authorities associated with your property. View an interactive map to review the breakdown of taxes paid and distributed.
Visit the Douglas County Treasurer’s page to:
- Pay your taxes online (E-Check payments are free, convenient, credited immediately, secure, and a receipt is emailed directly to you.)
- Obtain property tax history and receipts for payments.
- View and print your current year tax statement. You have the option to pay taxes in one full installment by April 30 or in two equal installments with the first half due by Feb. 28, and the second half due by June 15. Payments must be received, not just postmarked, by the due date.
Is your mailing address accurate? One reason you may not have received your property tax information could be that your mailing address is inaccurate in our records, which are maintained by the County Assessor. As the Treasurer’s Office bills for property taxes only once per year, it is critical that your mailing address is accurate, or you may not receive your property tax statement. If you are a property owner in Douglas County and have not received your property tax notification by mid-February, please email the Douglas County Treasurer’s Office at [email protected] or change your address with the County Assessor online.
There are additional ways to pay your taxes: by phone, by mail, in person, or by drop box. If your property taxes are not paid, your property may be at risk for inclusion in the County’s annual tax lien sale.