Assessor Video

Brandi Kelly


The county assessor has the duty to value all real and personal property in the county as a basis for the county board to levy taxes. The assessor must be certified by the Department of Property Assessment & Taxation in order to hold office and obtain the required continuing education hours to be recertified.

Change of Valuation Notice Process

In an effort to streamline the Change of Valuation Notice process, the Saline County Assessor’s office has partnered with MIPS for the 2024 assessment year.  Per Nebraska Statute 77-1315, on or before June 1, county assessors are to send notice of valuation change to the owner of record as of May 20 of any property that had an increase or decrease in value.

With postage costs on the continual rise and yet wishing to provide you with as much information as possible, we have placed several links on our website to enable you to retrieve the market area maps, ag sales and other valuable data that you typically had included in past Change of Valuation Notices.

Please see the following links for this documentation:

If you have questions about your 2024 assessment, please contact the office at 402-821-2588.

You may also review your property online at: **Please be aware, that at this time, there are no visible photos/sketches available online**

Dates for filing valuation protests (appeals) are from June 1 – June 30th.  It is requested that you reach out to the county assessor’s office prior to filing the appeal to visit about your property.  If a formal appeal is filed, please be aware that we will be requesting an on-site exterior and interior inspection of your property.