Property Tax

All property owners are required to pay real estate taxes on the real estate they own in the Marshall Township whether it is undeveloped (vacant) or improved. Allegheny County is also responsible for the assessment values placed on individual parcels. More information regarding assessments can be obtained by visiting the Allegheny County Office of Property Assessments.

Valuations & Millage Rates

Real estate taxes are imposed by using the properties “Full Market Value” valuation (as established by Allegheny County) multiplied by the tax millage rates established by the individual taxing bodies. The current year the millage rates are as follows:

  • Marshall Township - 1.42
  • North Allegheny School District - 1811 (2017; 2018 millage to be set June 2018)
  • Allegheny County - 4.73 (Collected by Allegheny County Treasurer)

Due Dates

Marshall Township and North Allegheny School District property tax bills are sent together in the same envelope and have the same due dates. Real Estate Tax Bills are mailed on or about July 1. The due dates are as follows:

  • 2% Discount Amount Due: August 31
  • Face Amount Due: October 31
  • 10% Penalty After: November 1

Important Phone Numbers

Pennsylvania Department of Revenue:

Office of Property Assessments: Abatement and Exemptions: