If you are 60 years old and have income of $30,000 or less (reporting only half of your Social Security) you are eligible for Act 77 tax relief which represents 30% off County tax and 25% off Borough tax. If you have already signed up, it is listed on your tax bill.
Applications are available in the Tax Office. Deadline for filing is June 30th.
Delinquent Taxes – Borough – Jordan Tax Service – 724-731-2300
K O School – MBM Collections – 412-242-9615
You can now pay your Castle Shannon Borough property taxes online via MuniciPAY using:
Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, or Electronic Check Payments
(A per transaction convenience fee will be charged by MuniciPAY for this service.)
Wednesdays – 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. and the 2nd Saturday of each month from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For all other times, Please call for an appointment.
Any questions, please call 412-885-9260.
Castle Shannon Borough taxes are due at discount by April 16, 2018
The Borough millage rate for 2018 remains the same at 8.385 mills
or $0.84 per $100 assessed valuation
Castle Shannon Borough / Keystone Oaks School District
3310 McRoberts Road, Castle Shannon, PA 15234
1% Earned Income Tax Rate
Collector: Jordan Tax
102 Rahway Road McMurray, PA 15317
For Information on EMST and Earned Income Tax – Call 724-731-2300 or 412-835-5243
Permanent Residences and Qualifying Farms in Allegheny County are eligible for the Homestead/Farmstead Exclusion. Vacant Land or Land without your permanent home does not qualify. Age, disability or income has no bearing on approval.
- LST – Claim for Refund Form
- Homestead Farmland Application Form
- Senior Citizen Property Tax Relief Form
All seniors entitled to ACT 77 Discount, please be aware that your assessment has been reduced by 30% and taxes calculated on the lower values.
Senior Citizen Property Tax Relief Program Act 77
In order to qualify, your total household income must not exceed $30,000 while only counting half of your Social Security or Railroad Retirement payments.
Application deadline is June 30, 2018.
Any residents with questions concerning their taxes can call
Ms. O’Malley at 412-885-9260