Justice Center Construction Site Webcam
Keep up with the construction process of the Seward County Justice Center project. Click here to see time lapse pictures or a video.
Sheriff Office Increases Bus Violation Enforcement
The Seward County Sheriff's Office request for funding their effort to make highways safer for school children was approved. Read the Press Release for more information.
Extension Office Location Has Changed
The Seward County Extension Office has moved their office to 123 S. 9th Street in Seward.
ATTENTION Seward County Landowners ~ Public Notice
The Seward County Board of Commissioners are making the general public and landowners aware of the following statutes. The Seward County Highway Department is the agency representing the Seward County Commissioners in regard to enforcement of these statutes.
Seward County Adopts Title VI Anti-Discrimination Policy
The County of Seward County, Nebraska hereby gives public notice that it is the policy of Seward County to assure full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987, and related statutes and regulations in all programs and activities. More information and the complaint form may be found on the Title VI and ADA page.
For information about applying for a passport, logon to U.S. Department of State or for passport questions, travel emergencies, or to make an appointment at one of the Regional Passport Agencies, please contact the National Passport Information Center (NPIC).
Traffic Citations Can Be Paid On-line
Motorists who receive payable traffic citations (tickets with a
set fine which can be paid without a court appearance) will now be able to pay
their traffic fines on the Internet through the Nebraska Judicial Branch's new
on-line payment system.
Through the new ePayment secured payment system, traffic citations can be paid by logging onto the Judicial Branch Web site, https://www.nebraska.gov/courts/citations/.
Typical traffic citations that can be paid on-line
include: speeding tickets, seat belt violations, driving without current tags,
failure to stop at stop sign, and similar offenses of a less serious nature.
However, more serious violations still require court appearances, including:
driving on a suspended license, driving while under the influence of alcohol,
driving an uninsured vehicle, or driving while impaired by controlled dangerous
substances. Motorists may not pay their traffic citation on-line if the citation
indicates that they must appear in court.
City and municipal parking citations must be paid to the local municipalities, although many cities have their own on-line ePayment programs.
View and Pay Property and Motor Vehicle Taxes On-Line
Seward County offers on-line tax payments
to free up time and eliminate the considerable cost of late fees. On-line bill
pay is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Seward County tax information from 1999 forward has been made available for viewing at Nebraska Taxes On-Line.