Erin Bartkins, Treasurer
Shaler Township
300 Wetzel Road
Glenshaw, PA  15116


Monday, Wednesday & Friday
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Closed NOON - 1:00 p.m


All property owners are required to pay real estate taxes on the real estate they own in the Township of Shaler whether it is vacant or developed.  Exceptions to this are those properties that Allegheny County deems exempt from real estate taxes.  Allegheny County is also responsible for the assessment values placed on individual parcels. For more information regarding assessments, visit the Allegheny County Office of Property Assessments at

The Shaler Township Treasurer is responsible for the billing and collection of Shaler Township and the Shaler Area School District real estate taxes assessed on all property located within the corporate boundaries of Shaler Township.

Real estate taxes are imposed by using the properties "Full Market Value"  valuation (as established by Allegheny County) multiplied by the tax millage rates established by the individual taxing bodies.  For the current year the millage rates are as follows:

Shaler Township (2016 millage) 2.49 Mills ($2.49 per $1000.00 valuation)
Shaler Area School District (2015 millage) 21.87 Mills ($21.87 per $1000.00 valuation)
Allegheny County (2016 millage) 4.73 Mills ($4.73 per $1000.00 valuation)

The Township of Shaler and Shaler Area School District property tax bills are billed on one bill and have the same due dates.  Real estate tax bills are mailed on or around July 1st.  The due dates are as follows:

Discount Amount Due (Discount 2%) August 31st
Face Amount Due October 31st
Penalty After November 1st

Shaler Township and Shaler Area School District also offer a four part payment plan based on the face amount of the tax.  If paying on the payment plan, the taxpayer is responsible for meeting the payment dates.  If payments are not maintained as listed below, the property owner forfeits their right to the payment plan and may be subject to penalties.  The four due dates for the installment plan are as follows:

1st Installment July 31st
2nd Installment September 30th
3rd Installment November 30th
4th Installment January 31st

 Failure to remit quarterly payments by the above dates will result in a 10% penalty on the payment amount.

It is the responsibility of the property owners to secure a tax bill and correct the mailing address for the bill.  All real estate taxes are due on or before the established due dates regardless of whether or not a tax bill is received by the property owner.  Failure to receive a tax bill shall not excuse the taxpayer from paying the tax by the due date.

The property owner is responsible to notify the tax office in the case of mortgage refinance, payoff or other situations that would change the method of real estate tax payments, or change of address for whom the bill is sent.  Notice can be sent to Erin Bartkins, Treasurer, Shaler Township, 300 Wetzel Road, Glenshaw,  PA  15116.  Note that this notification does not change the address for the Allegheny County real estate taxes.  Address corrections for county taxes should be addressed to the County tax office at 412-350-4100.


Shaler Township Treasurer 412-486-9700
Allegheny County Tax Office 412-350-4100
Assessment Questions 412-350-4600
Change of Address 412-350-4107

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. Can I use my credit card to pay real estate taxes?

The only forms of payments that are accepted are check (personal or certified), cash or money order. No credit cards are accepted.

2. How can I pay my taxes?

You can pay your taxes in person at the Treasurer's office located in the Shaler Township Municipal building at 300 Wetzel Road, Glenshaw, PA 15116. You can drop them in the Shaler Township drop off box.  You can also mail them to the above address.

3. Is the postmark accepted as on time?


4. How do I receive a receipt?

If paying in person a receipt will be issued to you at the time of your payment.  If paying by mail, you must include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your payment for a receipt.

5. How is my assessment determined?

The Allegheny County Office of Property Assessments is responsible for individual parcels.  If you wish to challenge your assessments, you must file an appeal with Allegheny County.  For more information visit: