Scotts Bluff County - Assessor

The County Assessor is an elected official who has general supervision over and the direction of the assessment of all property in his or her county. The duties are prescribed by Nebraska Statutes, Rules and Regulations (Chapter 77), which have the effect of law. The following is a partial list of those duties:

  • Administer the assessment statutes of Nebraska law.
  • Establish and maintain fair and equitable value on all real and personal property within the county.
  • Attend all meetings of the County Board of Equalization.
  • Review all applications for religious, charitable and educational tax exemptions.
  • Maintain cadastral records (i.e., parcel maps) on all property in the county.
  • Prepare abstract of value and certification of taxes levied for State Property Tax Administrator.
  • Prepare annual tax roll for the County Treasurer.

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Online Assessment Access

Please understand that there is a delay in some of the information as it is being developed by the Assessors Office and processed through Lincoln. Check with the Assessors Office for exact, up to date information.

Online Information has been collected by the Scotts Bluff County Assessor's Office for their assessment purposes.  The Assessor's Office does not take responsibility for any other use of this information by the public.

Assessor Online

Instructions for using New Website Assessor Online

Contact Information


Administration Building - 1st Floor
1825 10th Street
Gering, NE 69341

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Open through the lunch hour
Closed Weekends and Holidays


308 436-6627 - Main
308 436-6699 - Fax

Amy Ramos - Assessor

Angela Dillman - Deputy Assessor

Online Personal Property Return Filing

You may file your Scotts Bluff County Personal Property Return Online from the Link below using your Schedule and PIN numbers from the Post Card mailed to you by your County Assessor. This feature is only available for pre-existing tax payers and requires a Federal Depreciation Schedule to be uploaded.

If you are a First Time filer, there is a form below, Personal Property Return, in the "Additional Links" section or come into our office.

Nebraska Personal Property Return Online for Scotts Bluff County



Frequently Asked Questions

Downloadable Forms

Additional Links

Updated: 2016.03.24