Tax Office

THOMAS S. BARR, JR.
Tax Collector

7447 Washington Street
Swissvale, PA  15218

Telephone:  (412) 351-3342    
Fax:  (412) 351-2707

Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Thursday:  9:30am to 12:30pm
Friday:  By Appointment

Statements issued from this office and their due dates, are as follows:

Borough Delinquent Tax Service

KEYSTONE’S TAXPAYER HELPLINE: 1-866-539-1100

Keystone Collections Group has a phone line dedicated exclusively to taxpayer inquiries.

Connect Direct: Keystone’s Taxpayer Helpline will connect you directly to a professional Taxpayer Service Representative, reducing wait times to bring you the fastest and most reliable answers to your local tax questions.

Online 24/7:  You can also send online inquiries 24/7 to Keystone. Go to: www.KeystoneCollects.com: "Contact Us"

E-file:  The easy, fast and secure way to file your tax return. Go to: www.KeystoneCollects.com: "Pay/File"

Keystone Collections Group is a tax collector, not a tax preparer, and is not permitted to offer tax advice.   

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Borough Garbage Fee

Mailing Date - 1st Week of February
Due
- In full By April 30

Borough Real Estate Tax

Mailing Date - 1st Week of May
Due
- At Discount By June 30. Deadline August 31.

School Real Estate Tax

Mailing Date - 1st Week of July
Due
- At Discount By August 31.  Deadline October 31.  

Please contact the tax office for the following:

  • if you do not receive a statement
  • if you have changed your mailing address
  • Any general questions regarding your real estate taxes  

The Borough tax collector does not set property assessment value, tax millage or collection due dates. The assessed market value is set by Allegheny County Office of Property Assessment. Any questions can be directed to them by calling (412) 350-4600.

The tax collector’s office cannot add, delete or change the name that appears on a tax bill. To do this, by law, you must record a new deed at the Department of Real Estate. Contact them at (412) 350-4100 for more information.

Please note that every effort is made to mail a tax statement to the current property owner of record obtained from Allegheny County, but by law, it is the responsibility of the owner to obtain and pay all taxes on time. The tax collector does not have the authority to waive penalty charges that are applied after due date.

If you have recently sold, purchased, or transferred any property, have changed your tax bill mailing address or if you are an owner and feel you are missing or have received by mistake any of the above statements, please contact the tax office at (412) 351-3342.