Enter your 2012 assessed value to
calculate your estimated 2013 tax bills,
including increased tax relief credits
GET HELP WITH YOUR TAX RELIEF FORMS
Do you need help filling out tax relief forms, or have questions? Mayor Luke Ravenstahl invites City residents to senior centers to receive one-on-one assistance to help keep their taxes low in light of Allegheny County's property reassessment. Find out more here.
All locations will have meetings at 15 minute intervals from 9 to 11 a.m. with the last meeting ending at 11 a.m.
posted 2/11/13 @ 3:07 pm
Mayor Ravenstahl's user-friendly property tax worksheet can help you determine your 2013 property tax bill. Enter your 2012 assessed value to receive an estimate. The estimation will include the reduced property taxation rate and the increased Homestead Exemption and Senior Tax Relief credit. Calculate yours here.
posted 1/29/13 @ 12:02 pm
The Allegheny County property reassessment will determine the values that will be used to calculate your 2013 property tax bill. A new tax millage rate will be set for the City of Pittsburgh and shortly thereafter, tax bills will be mailed.
The City’s property tax millage rate will be reduced in proportion to the total increase in value for the entire city. In an effort to protect homeowners, I am committed to the policy that the City of Pittsburgh will NOT receive additional revenue as a result of the Allegheny County reassessment. I have proposed that the City’s millage rate be reduced from 10.8 to 7.56. This means that for every $1,000 of assessed value of property, the City tax was $10.80 and now it would be $7.56. Using a real world example, a house that is valued at $100,000 used to generate $1,080 in City taxes and now will generate $756.
I want to take this opportunity to remind you of the programs that the City of Pittsburgh offers, and of additional enhancements that I have proposed to those programs. Please note that if you are already in these programs, you do not need to reapply, and the proposed new enhancements will be automatically applied to your account.
For more information on the reassessment and tax relief programs or to request forms, please stay tuned to this webpage or call 311.
Office of Mayor Luke Ravenstahl
512 City County Building | 414 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
telephone: 412-255-2626 | facsimile: 412-255-2687