Tax Information

Real Estate Taxes: 19.4711 mills for the 2021-2022 school year
The Quaker Valley School District serves 11 municipalities, each with an assigned real estate tax collector/agency. The tax collector index is listed below. If you need additional information, please contact the Office of Property Assessment of Allegheny County at 412-350-4600 or visit their website.

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QV Real Estate Tax Schedule
Taxes are assessed July 1. Taxpayers receive a 2% discount if they pay by August 31. Payment at full face value is accepted through October 31 and a 10% penalty must be added to the tax bill for any payment received after October 31.

 

Real Estate Tax Collectors Index

 

Aleppo Township
Jordan Tax Service Inc.
102 Rahway Road
McMurray, PA 15317
724-731-2300 Ext 125
 

Bell Acres Borough
Mr. Gregg Cooper
P.O. Box 312
Sewickley, PA 15143
412-418-4746 Email

 

Edgeworth Borough
Jordan Tax Service Inc.
102 Rahway Road
McMurray, PA 15317
724-731-2300 Ext 125

 

Glenfield Borough
Mrs. Sandra Kuriger
91 Hill Road
Sewickley, PA 15143
412-741-9473

 

Glen Osborne Borough
Jordan Tax Service, Inc.
102 Rahway Road
McMurray, PA 15317
724-731-2300 Ext 125

 

Haysville Borough
Jordan Tax Service, Inc.
102 Rahway Road
McMurray, PA 15317
724-731-2300 Ext 125

Leet Township
Jordan Tax Service, Inc.
102 Rahway Road
McMurray, PA 15317
724-731-2300 Ext 125

Leetsdale Borough
Jordan Tax Service, Inc.
102 Rahway Road
McMurray, PA 15317
724-731-2300 Ext 125

Sewickley Borough
Jordan Tax Service, Inc.
102 Rahway Road
McMurray, PA 15317
724-731-2300 Ext 125

Sewickley Heights Borough
Jordan Tax Service, Inc.
102 Rahway Road
McMurray, PA 15317
724-731-2300 Ext 125

Sewickley Hills Borough
Mr. Doug Nolfi
56 Trotter Circle
Sewickley, PA 15143
412-741-7734

 

Installment Due Dates

Each year the Quaker Valley Board of School Directors will approve a resolution regarding the tax collection and school property tax installment payments as required by Act 1. These payments are due in equal installments on July 31st, September 30th, November 30 and January 31st. The equal installments are calculated using the face amount. Taxpayers who choose to pay in installments do not qualify for the 2% discount.

Property Tax Relief Programs

Homestead/Farmstead Exemption
Property tax bills will be reduced for qualified homeowners in the district under the homestead/farmstead property tax relief program. This program is funded through the distribution of a portion of gaming funds provided from taxes on the slots and casinos throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This property tax reduction will only occur if the Commonwealth can distribute the necessary amount of gaming funds.

NOTE: The tax reduction will not be distributed as a check, it will appear as a reduced assessment line item thus reducing the tax due directly on the property tax bills.

To qualify, the property must be an owner-occupied residence and the property owner must have filed and received approval via a homestead exemption application with Allegheny County by March 1. To obtain an application, please visit the Allegheny County website for the link to the Homestead exemption application:

Allegheny County Homestead Exemption Application

To check the homestead exemption status of your property, visit the Allegheny County website.

Allegheny County Property Search

The “General Information” tab for your property will show “YES” in the Homestead line on the left side of the web page if the exemption has been applied to the current tax year showing on the site. Advance information will NOT be shown.

Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program for Seniors
The Property Tax/Rent Rebate program benefits eligible Pennsylvanians age 65 and older; widows and widowers age 50 and older; and people with disabilities age 18 and older. The income limit is $35,000 a year for homeowners and $15,000 annually for renters, and half of Social Security income is excluded. The maximum standard rebate is $650, but supplemental rebates for qualifying homeowners can boost rebates to $975. Information of the program and how to file for the rebate can be found at: https://www.revenue.pa.gov/GeneralTaxInformation/PropertyTaxRentRebateProgram/Pages/default.aspx

Local Earned Income Tax 
The school district’s earned income tax collector is Keystone Collections Group.


Keystone Collections Group
546 Wendel Road
Irwin, PA 15642
Phone: 724-978-0300 or 1-888-328-0557
www.keystonecollects.com

All monies collected from earned income taxes are equally shared between the school district and the municipality in which the taxpayer resides.

Under Pennsylvania Act 32, effective January 2012, all Pennsylvania employers must withhold earned income taxes for their employees. The employee should complete a certificate of residency form. This form will determine the Political Subdivision Code (PSD) of the municipality where the individual resides. To obtain a form, contact the Department of Community and Economic Development at 1-888-223-6837 or by visiting: 
Act 32 | Local Income Tax | PSD Codes and EIT Rates (pa.gov) 

In addition, any district resident who owns a business (unincorporated in nature), regardless of location, must pay 1 percent of the net profits. Self-employed persons should contact Keystone to set-up an account and make quarterly payments.

For further explanation of earned income, net profits and what types of income qualify or are exempt, contact Keystone Collections Group or visit them at www.keystonecollects.com

Tax rates and political subdivision codes for Pennsylvania municipalities can be found by contacting the Center for Local Government Services in the Department of Community and Economic Development at 1-888-223-6837 or by visiting: PSD Codes | EIT Rates | Tax (pa.gov)