Tax Collectors - York County, Pennsylvania (2022)

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The following is a listing of York County's tax collector's for our 72 townships and boroughs. The number by the name of the township or borough corresponds with the first two numbers in the parcel number (for example: parcel number is 440-000-CD-81S, the property is located in Penn Township (44) and the tax collector is Karen Little).

Please note: Municipal tax collectors (as listed below) collect taxes for the current year. If you are interested in paying delinquent property taxes, please click here.For millage (tax rates) rates, click here.

Boroughs

Cross Roads (55)

Kimberly Griffin
12437 Woodland Dr.
Felton, PA 17322
(717) 244-0102
Fax: (717) 244-0102

Dallastown (56)

Linda Shaub
442 E. Main St.
Dallastown, PA 17313
(717) 244-3885
lindashaub@aol.com

Delta (57)

York County Treasurer
Administrative Center
28 East Market Street
Room 126
York, PA 17401-1584
(717) 771-9667
Fax: (717) 771-4331

Dillsburg (58)

Debbi Beitzel
25 W. Franklin St.
Dillsburg, PA 17019
(717) 432-3341
Fax: 432-3341
dbgborotc@comcast.net

Dover (59)

Samuel L Herman
65 Amber View Rd.
Dover, PA 17315-1301
(717) 292-1154
Fax: (717) 292-1154

East Prospect (60)

Christine Bubb
P.O. Box 54
East Prospect, PA 17317
(717) 347-8389
eastprospecttaxcollector@gmail.com

Fawn Grove (61)

York County Treasurer
Administrative Center
28 East Market Street
Room 126
York, PA 17401-1584
(717) 771-9667
Fax: (717) 771-4331

Felton (62)

Sharon Wolfe
11775 Hively Rd
Brogue PA 17309
(717) 968-4580

Franklintown (63)

York County Treasurer
PO Box 2848
York PA 17405
717-771-9667
Treasurer@YorkCountyPA.gov

Glen Rock (64)

Lee Hoffheins
108 West Court
Glen Rock, PA 17327
(717) 235-2685
Fax: (717) 235-4898
lhoffheins@sprintmail.com

Goldsboro (65)

Boroughs Portion of Bill
Goldsboro Borough Taxes
PO Box 250
Etters, PA 17319
717-603-0902

County Portion of Bill
York County Treasurer
Administrative Center
28 East Market Street
Room 126
York, PA 17401-1584
(717) 771-9667
Fax: (717) 771-4331

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Hallam (66)

Sharon Dupler
250W. Beaver Street
Hellam, PA 17406
(717) 755-0810

Hanover (67)

Holly Liska
279 Frederick St Rear
Hanover, PA 17331
(717) 633-5444
hliska@borotax.net

Hours

Monday - Thursday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Jacobus (72)

York County Treasurer
Administrative Center
28 East Market Street
Room 126
York, PA 17401-1584
(717) 771-9667
Fax: (717) 771-4331

Jefferson (73)

Diana E. Kauffman
Tax Collector Jefferson Borough
PO Box 91
Codorus, PA 17311
(717) 225-1285

shine7982@comcast.net

Lewisberry (74)

Kendra Allen
712 Saw Mill Rd.
Lewisberry PA 17339
717-697-1367
kallentax@yahoo.com

Loganville (75)

Vicke Allison
8594 Allison Ln.
Seven Valleys PA 17360
717-428-0235
sptwptax@hotmail.com

Manchester (76)

Kelly Neely
P.O. Box 421
Manchester, PA 17345
(717) 384-6478

Mt Wolf (77)

York County Treasurer
Administrative Center
28 East Market Street
Room 126
York, PA 17401-1584
(717) 771-9667
Fax: (717) 771-4331

New Freedom (78)

Suzanne Webb
217W Main St.
New Freedom, PA 17349
(717) 759-8610
suzlynweb@gmail.com

New Salem (79)

Stephanie Mundorf
4070 Sherwood Dr
York, PA 17408
(717) 793-9001

North York (80)

York County Treasurer
28 E. Market St Rm 126
York, PA 17401-1584
717-771-9667
treasurer@yorkcountypa.gov
Central York School District

Railroad (81)

Boroughs Portion of Bill
York - Adams Tax Bureau
P.O. Box 15627
York, PA 17405
(717) 845-1584
Fax: (717) 854-6376
janiceg@yatb.com
www.yatb.com

County Portion of Bill
York County Treasurer
Administrative Center
28 East Market Street
Room 126
York, PA 17401-1584
(717) 771-9667
Fax: (717) 771-4331

Red Lion (82)

Mike Zelger
451 Highland Rd.
Red Lion, PA 17356
(717) 417-6311
mzelger451@comcast.net

Seven Valleys (83)

Connie Patterson
P.O. Box 326
Seven Valleys, PA 17360
(717) 428-2179
Fax: (717) 428-2556
cpatterson101@comcast.net

Shrewsbury (84)

Diana L. Franz
PO Box 338
Shrewsbury, PA 17361
717-227-3805
bubfranz@comcast.net

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Spring Grove (85)

Brian Stormes
P.O. Box 118
Spring Grove, PA 17362
(717) 739-6125

Stewartstown (86)

York County Treasurer
Administrative Center
28 East Market Street
Room 126
York, PA 17401-1584
(717) 771-9667
Fax: (717) 771-4331

Wellsville (87)

York County Treasurer
Administrative Center
28 East Market Street
Room 126
York, PA 17401-1584
(717) 771-9667
Fax: (717) 771-4331

West York (88)

York County Treasurer
Administrative Center
28 East Market Street
Room 126
York, PA 17401-1584
(717) 771-9667
Fax: (717) 771-4331

Windsor (89)

Bobbie Daley
PO Box 170
Windsor PA 17366
(717) 501-5112
Bj.daley@aol.com
Hours: Tuesday – Friday
10am-5pm

Winterstown (90)

Kimberly Griffin
12437 Woodland Drive
Felton, PA 17322
(717) 244-0102
Fax: (717) 244-0102

Wrightsville (91)

Randee Scritchfield
210 S. 2nd Street
Wrightsville PA 17368
(717) 887-5992

wvilletaxcollector@comcast.net

Yoe (92)

York County Treasurer
Administrative Center
28 East Market Street
Room 126
York, PA 17401-1584
(717) 771-9667
Fax: (717) 771-4331

Yorkana (93)

Juanita A Smith
71 Main Street
Yorkana, PA 17402-8204
(717) 755-6780

York Haven (94)

Sheila R Eisele
2985 Old Trail Rd
York Haven PA 17370
717-938-0237
newberrytownshiptaxcollector@gmail.com

Townships

Carroll (20)

Christina Heisey
PO Box 288
Dillsburg, PA 17019
(717) 502-6382
cttaxcollector@comcast.net

Chanceford (21)

Sharon Wolfe
11775 Hively Rd
Brogue PA 17309
(717) 968-4580

Codorus (22)

Bambi Hartlaub
P O Box 143
Glenville, Pa 17329
(717) 227-5484
Fax: (717) 227-5484
codorustwptaxcollector@gmail.com

Conewago (23)

Abby Latchaw
1920 Copenhaffer Rd
Dover, PA 17315
(717) 266-0683
Fax: (717) 266-3159
abbylatchaw@gmail.com

Dover (24)

Kristine Keener
3700-6 Davidsburg Rd
Dover, PA 17315
(717) 292-4046
Fax: (717) 292-4046

East Hopewell (25)

Kimberly Griffin
12437 Woodland Dr.
Felton, PA 17322
(717) 244-0102
Fax: (717) 244-0102

East Manchester (26)

Kathy Emswiler
20 Bonita Dr.
Mt. Wolf, PA 17347
(717) 266-6108
emantwpcollector@comcast.net

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Fairview (27)

Kendra Allen
712 Saw Mill Rd.
Lewisberry, Pa. 17339
(717) 691-1367
Fax (717) 697-2489
kallentax@yahoo.com

Fawn (28)

Patsy Birley
686 Alum Rock Rd
New Park, PA 17352
(717) 382-4306
Fax: (717) 382-1088
bpa686@aol.com

Franklin (29)

Rhonda Harpster
16 Franklintown Rd.
Dillsburg, PA 17019
(717) 432-3813

taxladyrhonda@gmail.com

Heidelberg (30)

Sherry L. Thompson
1271 Moulstown Road
North Hanover, PA 17331
(717) 633-6722

Hellam (31)

Elizabeth Adcock
4900 Pleasant Valley Rd
York, PA 17406
(717) 751-6910
Fax: (717) 751-6929
e.a.adcock@comcast.net

Hopewell (32)

Darlene Parker
PO Box 444
Stewartstown PA 17363
(717) 746-4440
Fax: (717) 746-4219
taxes@hopewelltownship.com
Hours: Monday – Friday
10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Jackson (33)

Jeanne M. Grogg
7043 Woodland Dr.
Spring Grove, PA 17362
(717) 225-6561
Fax: (717) 225-0997

Lower Chanceford (34)

Amy R. Reichard
776 Frosty Hill Road
Airville, PA 17302
(717) 927-6500

Lower Windsor (35)

Dawn Fitch
57 New Bridgeville Rd
Wrightsville PA 17368
(717) 246-2751
drfitchtaxcollector@gmail.com

Manchester (36)

Jean Stambaugh
3204 Farmtrail Road
York, PA 17406
(717) 767-6689
Fax: (717) 767-6209

Manheim (37)

Carolyn L. Ambrosius
4288 Trone Rd.
Glenville, PA 17329-9232
(717) 229-2079
Fax (717) 229-2079 clataxcoll@comcast.net

Monaghan (38)

Carly Baker
345 Mountain Rd
Lewisberry PA 17339
717-979-6302
monaghantaxes@gmail.com

Newberry (39)

Sheila Eisele
2985 Old Trail Rd
York Haven PA 17370
717-938-0237
newberrytownshiptaxcollector@gmail.com

North Codorus (40)

Jacquelynn Wivell
P.O. Box 103
York New Salem, PA17371
(717) 792-5251
Fax: (717) 792-0699

North Hopewell (41)

Kimberly Griffin
12437 Woodland Drive
Felton, PA 17322
(717) 244-0102
Fax: (717) 244-0102

Paradise (42)

York County Treasurer
Administrative Center
28 East Market Street
Room 126

York, PA 17401-1584

(717) 771-9667

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Fax: (717) 771-4331

Peach Bottom (43)

Jami Chambers
15 Cardinal Trl
Delta, PA 17314
443-257-8977
pbtwptc@gmail.com

Penn (44)

Robin Hoke
20 Wayne Ave, Suite 3
Hanover PA 17331
(717) 632-7366

Shrewsbury (45)

Gail S Prego
P.O. Box 14
Glen Rock, PA 17327
(717) 759-8938
Fax (717) 759-8938
taxcollector@shrewsburytownship.org

Springettsbury (46)

Gena Dwyer
1501 Mount Zion Rd.
York, PA 17402
717-757-3521 Ext 1
taxcollector@springettsbury.com

Springfield (47)

Vicke Allison
8594 Allison Lane
Seven Valleys, PA 17360
(717) 428-0235
Fax: (717) 428-0339
sptwptax@hotmail.com

Spring Garden (48)

York County Treasurer
Administrative Center
28 East Market Street
Room 126

York, PA 17401-1584

(717) 771-9667

Fax: (717) 771-4331

Warrington (49)

Marcy K. Renshaw
595 Poplar Road
Dillsburg, PA 17019
(717) 432-8165
Fax: (717) 432-8165
mrbusi365@aol.com

Washington (50)

Jaci L Thoman
237 Shippensburg Road
East Berlin, PA 17316
(717) 308-0291
Fax: (717) 308-0222 JaciLynne@aol.com

West Manchester (51)

William Niehenke
380 East Berlin Rd.
York, PA 17408
717-793-9651 Fax 430-6508
westmanchestertax@outlook.com

West Manheim (52)

Ruth Neiderer
2412 Baltimore Pike
Suite 200
Hanover, PA 17331
(717) 632-3155
Fax: (717) 632-2499
rneiderer@westmanheimtwp.com

Windsor (53)

Jill Heindel
P.0. Box 399
Windsor, PA 17366
(717) 244-1603
jcheindeltaxcoltr@windsortwp.com

York (54)

Kay A Crumling
192 Oak Road
Dallastown, PA 17313
(717) 741-0056
Fax: (717) 741-1005
k.crumling@yorktownship.com

City of York (10)

York City Municipal Taxes
Joe Jefcoat
101 S. George St.
PO Box 509
York, PA 17405-0509
(717) 849-2281
Fax: (717) 846-1708
jjefcoat@yorkcity.org

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City of York (10)

York City County Taxes
York County Treasurer
Administrative Center
28 East Market Street
Room 126
York, PA 17401-1584
Phone: (717) 771-9667
Fax: (717) 771-4331

FAQs

How long can you go without paying property taxes in Pennsylvania?

Article 11 of the Real Property Tax Law states that foreclosure may begin after two years of delinquency. However, counties have the option of extending that period to three or four years. Additionally, cities may have their own charter-mandated process for delinquent tax enforcement.

Why are YORK Pa taxes so high?

The reason for the hike: Increases in wages, healthcare and other costs are outpacing the revenues coming in from property taxes, York County administrator Mark Derr said. The annual increase from property taxes is about $2 million, but the county's expenditures to pay its employees go up about $2.5 million, he said.

What happens if you don't pay property taxes in Pennsylvania?

If you're delinquent on your Pennsylvania property taxes, you could lose your home through a tax sale. People who own real property have to pay property taxes. The government uses the money that these taxes generate to pay for schools, public services, libraries, roads, parks, and the like.

Can I pay my property taxes online in Pennsylvania?

PAMS offers customers an easy and secure way to view, print and pay their Real Estate Tax bills online. PAMS, in partnership with Invoice Cloud, accepts ACH/electronic check (electronic fund transfer from your checking or savings account) and credit/debit card payments of bills.

Are there tax breaks for seniors in PA?

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. Claimants may exclude half of their Social Security income.

How long is the right of redemption in Pennsylvania?

53 P.S. Section 7293 governs Right of Redemption in Pennsylvania. Under the statute, a property that is sold at tax lien sheriff sale can be redeemed or essentially repurchased by the prior owner of the property within nine months of the date of the sale.

What are school taxes based on in PA?

Local school tax effort in Pennsylvania is largely determined by the board of each school district, though limits are placed on the allowable tax rates by the state. In most districts, real estate property taxes provide more than 70 percent of local school revenues.

How long does a lien stay on your property in Pennsylvania?

How long does a judgment lien last in Pennsylvania? A judgment lien in Pennsylvania will remain attached to the debtor's property (even if the property changes hands) for five years.

How do I find tax delinquent properties in my area?

  1. Ask your county treasurer for the tax delinquent list.
  2. Determine the cost – could be free, or up to $500.
  3. Mail a check to the treasurer's office with a letter of instruction.
  4. Receive the list in the method you choose (email, mail, CD-ROM, etc.)
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Is Pennsylvania a tax lien or deed State?

So Pennsylvania is a tax deed state. That means the county will seize/confiscate the property from the delinquent property tax owner. In Pennsylvania, the process is outlined in the statutes, and it is somewhat convoluted. However, there is a large bureaucracy in each county to administer the process.

Who is exempt from paying property taxes in Pennsylvania?

The program provides real estate tax exemption for any honorably discharged veteran who is 100% disabled, a resident of the Commonwealth and has a financial need. Veteran's eligibility criteria: Received Honorable or Under Honorable Conditions discharge.

How much is the penalty for late payment of real property tax?

In addion to the 25% surcharge for the late payment of the original amount of tax, fees and charges, an interest of 2% per month or fracon thereof from the due date unl the tax, fee or charges is fully paid in no case shall the total interest on the unpaid amount or a poron thereof exceeds 36 months or 72%.

How does property tax work in PA?

Overview of Pennsylvania Taxes

Overall, Pennsylvania has property tax rates that are higher than national averages. In fact, the state carries a 1.50% average effective property tax rate in comparison to the 1.07% national average. Effective property tax rates on a county basis range from 0.91% to 2.46%.

What county in PA has the highest property taxes?

Residents of Chester County pay highest average property taxes in Pennsylvania. (The Center Square) – Chester County residents on average paid $5,177 annually in property taxes, the highest such tax levies among all regions of Pennsylvania, according to a new Tax Foundation analysis.

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