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The annual Radnor Township Real Estate bill is mailed on or before Feb 1st each calendar year. The Radnor Real Estate bill is mailed at the same time as the Delaware County tax bill. Please ensure when mailing your payments that you use the correct envelope with the correct bill for each taxing authority and note your property parcel number /folio # on each check.
PLEASE PUT FOLIO NUMBER ON CHECK -MEMO LINE
If multiple parcels/properties are owned by the same person & address, multiple bills were mailed and stacked into one envelope bill. Mail back in the one envelope provided with either one check, noting each folio# or include separate checks with the folio # on each memo line.
No, only the Township taxes can be paid at the Radnor Township Building at 301 Iven Avenue Wayne, PA 19087 The School taxes are billed and collected by Radnor Township School District, located at the Radnor School Administration building 135 South Wayne Avenue, Wayne PA 19087. Please call 610-688-8100 with questions and concerns related to Radnor School District taxes.
The “face amount” is due on or before May 31st. A 2% discount applies if payment is made on or before March 31st. A 10% penalty is added to the Face amount due if payments are not received by close of business on May 31st.
Besides mailing your payment, you may pay in person at the Township building located at 301 Iven Avenue Wayne, PA 19087. No partial payments are accepted.
Yes, we do accept cash payments but we cannot accept partial payments in cash. We do not recommend mailing cash.
Yes, beginning in 2020, we will be accepting credit card payments at the Radnor Township Building, 2nd floor Finance office or online at www.radnor.com.
Failure to pay by the end of the calendar year in which the taxes are due will result in a lien on your property. All unpaid taxes are sent to collections and additional penalty and interest is added by the Delaware County Delinquent Tax Claim Bureau.
Appeals must be filed with Delaware County Board of Assessment & Appeals before August 1st each year, for assessed values to be effective on January 1st of the following year. The assessed value of your property when re-evaluated may be lowered, raised or remain the same. Forms and non-refundable filing fees are found under the Delaware County Treasurer Office, Board of Assessment at the following website, https://www.delcopa.gov/treasurer/
No, the taxpayer pays the amount billed and if the assessment is reduced on appeal, after official notice by Delaware County, the taxpayer will receive a refund or credit to their account.
Yes, a County-wide property tax reassessment is ongoing, Court ordered in March 2017. The project began in December 2017 to conclude in 2020. Notices will be mailed to taxpayers beginning March 2020 with an effective date of January 2021.
Title transfers may take more than 60 days to process by the Recorder of Deeds in Delaware County. Please return the bill by mail to the Radnor Township Finance office and provide the new owners name, if known.
As the property owner a reprint of your bill will be provided without charge. All others may be charged a fee of $5.00 for the service. Call or email the office and ask for a reprint of your bill. Provide your property address and Folio Number to ensure the correct bill can be reprinted as many street names are similar.
PER PENNSYLVANIA LAW, FAILURE TO RECEIVE A TAX BILL DOES NOT ENTITLE A PROPERTY OWNER TO A DISCOUNT OR REMISSION OF PENALTY ON TAXES. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PROPERTY OWNER TO MAKE INQUIRY IF A TAX BILL IS NOT RECEIVED IN A TIMELY MANNER AND TO PAY THE TAXES DUE
Submit a Change of Mailing Address form to Delaware County to update any changes. Ensure it is signed and dated by the property owner. It is the responsibility of the property owner to notify any change of address to the taxing authority. Change of Address form Here
The Township Finance Department does not have that information. Generally, if you escrow your property taxes through a mortgage company, then the mortgage company would pay the tax. We can confirm and verify that a payment was made. The property owner remains responsible for the timely payment of property taxes.
The School District mails the tax bill in July. Please contact Radnor School District at 610-688-8100 for further questions.
Your Sewer bill and Stormwater is combined and mailed in one bill (both fees are listed separately), mailed April 1st with a due date of May, 31st. The sewer fee is based on water usage.
Your Sewer bill and Stormwater is a combined and mailed in one bill (both fees are listed separately), mailed April 1st with a due date of May, 31st. The Stormwater fee is based on the square footage of the tax parcel. Storm water fees are separate from Real Estate taxes. Your account number for the sewer and stormwater bill is the property folio number, this 11 digit parcel ID begins with 36, as assigned by the County.
Yes, the Radnor Township real estate/property tax certification fee is currently $25.00 per certification for this research service. Please fax a request to 610-688-1279 with proof of payment and include the property Folio number, name of the owner and address of the parcel, or mail payment to 301 Iven Ave. Wayne, PA 19087.