Douglas Co. Treasurer says it's prepared for coronavirus

Remind customers of online payments
Posted at 5:22 PM, Mar 09, 2020

DOUGLAS COUNTY, Neb. (KMTV) — Amid coronavirus concerns, the Douglas County Treasurer's Office says a contingency plan has been developed to limit customer exposure.

The office provided the following release:

In light of a possible spread of the Corona Virus in the Douglas County metro area, Douglas County Treasurer John Ewing has put together a contingency plan to limit the exposure of customers and staff to lobby crowds in his offices. This plan will not be put in operation at this time, but it can be implemented quickly, if necessary.

In the meantime, Treasurer's staff is equipped with hand sanitizer and alcohol wipes and have been instructed to frequently wipe down surface areas and limit personal contact, such as shaking hands.

Customers are reminded that several payment options already exist for those who wish to avoid in-person transactions.

For vehicle registrations, customers may utilize the online renewal process, the U.S. Mail, or the telephone, by calling 402-444-7103. For property tax payments, customers may utilize the envelope and coupon that was mailed to them with the statement. If the envelope is not available, mail the payment to 1819 Farnam Street, and mark it "property tax." Payments may also be made on our website,

The Treasurer's Customer Service Center locations are as follows:

North Customer Service Center, 7414 N. 306 Street South Customer Service Center, 4202 S. 50th Street Midtown Customer Service Center, 411 N. 84th Street Millard Customer Service Center, 5730 S. 144th Street Maple Customer Service Center, 15335 West Maple Street

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