Millage Rates

Here you can read and print the current Property Millage (Tax) Rates as set by school districts, municipalities and the county. Property tax rates in Pennsylvania are referred to as millage rates, and they are figured in mills. One mill is equal to 1/1,000 of a dollar.

You can find the current property tax rates by opening the documents below. 

To calculate your tax bill:

• Convert the millage rate to its decimal equivalent to make the calculation easier. To do so, multiply the millage rate by .001.
    o Example: 5 mills X .001=.005
• Multiply this figure by the property’s assessed value
    o Example: A Tax Rate of 5 mills and a property assessed at $150,000
    o Calculation: $150,000 X .005=$750

Don't know your property's assessed value? You may be able to find it here. 


Millage Rates

Revised 1/18/2017

Revised 7/20/2016

Revised 6/30/2016

Revised 6/9/2016

Revised 2/10/2016

Revised 1/20/2016

Revised 6/25/2015 

Revised 2/19/2015

Revised 2/9/2015 

Revised 1/27/2015

Revised 7/16/2014

Revised 7/1/2014

Revised 2/20/2014

Revised 7/18/2013

Revised 3/22/2013

Revised 1/22/2013

Revised 7/6/2012

Revised 6/18/2012

Revised 12/5/2011

Revised  1/20/2011

Revised  8/11/2010

Revised   5/1/2010

Revised  8/20/2009

Revised  6/22/2009

Revised 12/12/2008

Revised  2/28/2008

Revised 11/5/2007

Revised  9/7/2007

Revised 6/29/2006

Revised 5/26/2006