District Budget and Tax Info
Fiscal Year 2022-23 District Budget: $190,895,455
Millage: 19.7400 mills
Homestead Credit: $180.40
North Allegheny School District Taxes are not collected at the District Offices. Please see the link for the Tax Collectors and Municipality Information for the tax collector in which you reside or do business.
Allegheny County Property Assessment Information
Information regarding the assessments of properties can be obtained by going to the Office of Property Assessment at the Allegheny County Website. Information available includes:
- Appeal Forms
- Change of address
- How is property valued
- Real Estate Website
- Application for Abatement
- Act 77-Senior Citizen Tax Relief
- Act 202-New Construction
- Act 42-Improvements
- Homestead Application
Allegheny County Tax Office: 412-350-4100
Office of Property Assessment: 412-350-4600
Change of Address Dept: 412-350-4107
NA Real Estate Taxes Due
2% Discount - August 31
Face - October 31
10% Penalty added - November 1
Installment Due Dates
Each year the Board of School Directors will approve a resolution regarding the collection and payment of school real property taxes in installments as required by ACT 1. It should be noted that payment of school real estate property taxes in installments negates the 2% discount for early payment. It is advised that all residents calculate the loss of the 2% discount vs. the acceptance of installment tax payments. These payments will be due in equal installments on August 31, October 31, and December 31.
Property tax bills for 2022-2023 will be reduced by $180.40 for qualified homeowners in the District under the ACT 1 Homestead/Farmstead Exemption program. This program is made possible through the distribution of a portion of gaming funds provided from taxes on the slots casinos throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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, 2022. To check the homestead exemption status of your property, visit the Allegheny County website.
The tax reduction will not be distributed as a check, it will appear as a reduced assessment line item on property tax bills.
Act 77- Senior Citizen Tax Relief
Residents who are at least 60 years old, have an annual income of $30,000 a year or less (counting just half of Social Security or Railroad Tier One benefits), and have lived in and owned their current Allegheny County residence for at least 10 years are eligible for a 30% reduction in their county tax bill. View the full details of Act 77-Senior Citizen Tax Relief on the Allegheny County Treasurer website.
Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program
The 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. Spouses, personal representatives, or estates may also file rebate claims on behalf of claimants who lived at least one day in 2022 and meet all other eligibility criteria. Full details can be found on the PA Department of Revenue website.