Real Estate Tax Delinquency
Are your City and School taxes Delinquent?
- All prior year delinquent City and School real estate taxes have been turned over to Jordan Tax Service, Inc.
- If you are having difficulty paying your taxes, Jordan Tax Service, Inc. does offer payment plans and, if you qualify, hardship payment plans.
- We strongly urge you to contact Jordan Tax Service, Inc. at 412-345-7960 to inquire about making payment arrangements.
- Please call Jordan Tax Service, Inc. for the current balance due for prior years on your account(s).
Tax Delinquency Report?
The City and School District of Pittsburgh have a contract with Jordan Tax Services for the collection of delinquent City and School District real estate taxes. All listed delinquencies are collected and serviced by Jordan Tax Services. Please contact them at (412) 345-7960 for total amounts due.
These accounts are delinquent as of May 11th 2017. Payments received after this date are not reflected on the document.
The information appearing on this website has been provided by the Real Estate Division of the Department of Finance of the City of Pittsburgh and The Pittsburgh School District
solely for the benefit and convenience of the taxpayer/owner, and is not intended for any other use or purpose.
Although the information provided on this website will be periodically updated, any such changes will be made no more than once per week.
The user is cautioned that this website may not correctly identify the current owner(s) of record of a parcel of real property if title to a parcel has been transferred and the City of Pittsburgh has not yet been officially notified of said transfer and the identity (ies) of the new owner(s) by the Office of Property Assessments of Allegheny County.
The amounts shown as delinquent City of Pittsburgh and/or School District of Pittsburgh real estate taxes are based upon assessment information provided to the City by the Office of Property Assessments. Therefore, said amounts may not reflect increases or reductions in taxes resulting from assessment appeals which have been decided by the Board of Property Assessment Appeals and Review or the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County if the City has not yet received formal written notice of said assessment changes from the Office of Property Assessments. If the amount of the City and School Delinquency is less than $50.00 the account may not be displayed. In addition, the amounts shown as delinquent City of Pittsburgh and School District of Pittsburgh real estate taxes may not reflect payments on account which have been made after the date that this website was last updated or which have not yet been processed.
The taxpayer/owner is encouraged to notify the Real Estate Division of the Department of Finance if the taxpayer/owner believes that any of the information appearing on this website is incorrect or incomplete. Such notice should be in writing and should be forwarded to:
Real Estate Department
414 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219