PAPILLION, Neb. (KMTV) -- — There are big changes for people who need to get their vehicles tagged, or pay property taxes in person.
Sarpy County says they will be re-opening their Treasurer, Assessor, and other offices to the public on Monday, but it will be by appointment only. You can make them on sarpy.com
They installed plexiglass in front of all windows, a thermal camera, hand sanitizing stations, and social distancing markers.
Another major requirement will be everyone needs to wear a face mask.
“We’ve taken a lot of steps to make sure that everyone inside the courthouse remains healthy while they’re there to obviously prevent the spread of COVID 19,” said Megan Stubenhofer-Barett, Communications Manager for Sarpy County.
Most things can be done online, but they wanted to allow people to do their business in person efficiently while social distancing.
Again, more information can be found on Sarpy.com