Treasurer/Tax Collector Disclaimer:
The Treasurer/Tax Collector of Lower Allen Township is a separately elected position, and does not work for the Commissioners or the Administration Department. While the Commissioners provide and office for the Treasurer in the Township Muncipal Services Center, the Treasurer sets her own hours. The Treasurer may be reached by calling 717-737-5671.
Bonnie K. Miller, Treasurer
Lower Allen Township Municipal Services Center
2233 Gettysburg Road
Camp Hill, PA 17011
Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
It is the responsibility of the individual taxpayer to ensure that he or she is on the tax rolls. Anyone who fails to file and pay occupation taxes shall be retroactively assessed and may be immediately billed at the applicable penalty, face or discount amounts by the appropriate taxing bodies. The deadline for correction/appeal of an individual's job title is 90 days from the date of the tax bill.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY OFFICE
Cumberland County Assessment Office
Old Courthouse, 1 Courthouse Square
Carlisle, PA 17013
Cumberland County Local Taxes
Earned Income Tax/Local Services Tax
When Are My Taxes Due?
Tax bills are mailed to taxpayers twice a year. On or about March 1, you will receive the bill for County and Township taxes. On July 1, you will receive the tax bill for School taxes.
The March Bill
You will receive a Personal Tax Notice which will include:
1. County Per Capita Tax
Again, it is the responsibility of the individual taxpayer to ensure that he or she is on the tax rolls.
NOTE: Due to the mortgages being sold to other mortgage companies, banks buying other banks out, and homeowners refinancing, the Tax Office will mail all real estate taxes to the property owner. We ask that you write your loan number on your tax bill and forward your tax bill on to your bank or mortgage company if your taxes are in an escrow account.
The July Bill
You will receive at this time a Personal Tax Notice which will include the following:
1. School District Per Capita Tax: A flat tax levied upon each person 18 years of age and over living in the County. It is levied by the County, most of the municipalities, and all the School Districts except East Pennsboro.
2. School District Residency Tax: All School Districts in the County levy a flat tax called a residency tax.
If you own real estate, you will receive a separate Real Estate Tax Bill which will show the amount of tax owed to your school district.