OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Changes are coming to Douglas County Treasury offices including when they'll be open. They are asking people to consider other options for service, instead of doing business in-person.
For example, you can renew your vehicle registration or pay your property taxes by mail, online or over the phone. They also have drop boxes so you don't have to wait in line.
“Our goal is to manage lobby traffic so we don't have people not being able to social distance and people not able to be safe if someone chooses not to wear a mask,” said Douglas County Treasurer John Ewing.
Starting Monday, business hours will change to 10 am-4 pm. Offices will open their doors later so they can spend the morning processing materials left in the drop boxes the day before.
The treasury says they've been open throughout the pandemic and none of their employees have tested positive.