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The Assessment Office carries the responsibility for creating and maintaining values for all properties in the County based on the rules and regulations of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

To access tax record information, millage rates and a list of tax collectors, please visit NHC Online Assessment Information website.


Request for Address Change 
Please note - this form may be filled out online, printed, signed and then either mailed , emailed, or faxed to the information on the application.

The Homeowner Tax Relief Act, Act 72 of 2004, was signed into law by Governor Rendell on July 5, 2004, to allow school districts to reduce property taxes through  homestead and farmstead exclusions. Property tax relief is funded by a combination of state revenue from gaming and dedicated local income taxes. Under a homestead or a farmstead property tax exclusion, the assessed value of each homestead or farmstead is reduced by the same amount before the property tax is computed. In addition, some school boards may choose not to adopt the homestead and farmstead exclusions.

Homestead Application.pdf

 Duplication of Records

​The following list represents documents that may be copied and the cost for each:
1. Photocopy of Assessment maps $1.00
2. Printout of property record card $1.00
3. Photocopy of STEB reports (per page) $1.00
4. Certification of ownership of property $5.00
5. County system data files $150.00 (minimum due to time, material, handling)
6. Act 319/515 Processing Fee - $50.00

 Tax Roll Certification

​The tax roll must be certified by November 15th of each year to all municipalities. The beginning of each year, the office also sends out notification of real estate values, plus the number and value for each municipality of each Act 66 property, representing the utilities within each municipality.

Certification to the School Districts must be by April 15th of each year.

 Access to GIS Retrieval System

​The public, through use of the GIS stations, located in the Revenue Division, may view maps on screen and obtain printouts at a nominal cost.

 Public Information Assessment Access System

​The public, through use of the CAMA system, has inquiry access to all public records contained in Assessment. The types of information listed pertains to name, address, parcel identification, and values. Sales information is also available in a different format.
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