Saline County Tax Collector's Office working split shift The health and safety of our employees is still of utmost importance to us during this COVID pandemic. Our offices will be working in split shifts until further notice, in order to maintain proper social distancing for our employees as suggested by CDC guidelines. Please keep in mind that our office will only allow two taxpayers in office at a time to help limit possibility of exposure.

Assessment Dates

Assessments

January 1 thru May 31: Taxpayers must report property owned to the County Assessor.

January 1 thru July 1: County Assessor estimates the value of property in the county.

January 1 thru October 15 of the following year: Property owner registers homestead with the County Assessor.

July: County Assessor must notify property owner within 10 business days of July 1 if the property value has increased. The taxpayer has the right to meet with the assessor for a change in value before petitioning the Equalization Board for a hearing.

July thru August: The property owner may appeal the amount of the assessed value to the county Equalization Board from July 1 to the third Monday in August.