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All 2022 taxes were due on December 31, 2022 and I can no longer accept payment on them.
2023 County/Township Taxes were mailed in early March and
2023 School Taxes were mailed in early July.

 

Mt. Carmel Township

Mt. Carmel Area School District

Northumberland County, Pennsylvania

Kelly Domanski,
Mt. Carmel Township Tax Collector

Hi! My name is Kelly Domanski.  I am currently employed as a mathematics teacher at Mt. Carmel Area High School.  I have been elected to my second term and will be your tax collector until 2025.  Feel free to check out this website and contact me with any questions you have or anything I can do to help.

CONTACT:

Kelly Domanski
P.O. Box 352
M
t. Carmel, PA 17851
570-900-8909


mctwptax@mctownship.org

Early March: County/Township taxes mailed
4/30: Last Day for County/Township Discount

6/30: Last Day for County/Township Face
Early July: School taxes mailed
8/15: Last Day to pay Install 1 on School RE taxes
8/31: Last Day for School District Discount
9/15: Last Day to pay Install 2 on School RE taxes
10/15: Last Day to pay Instal 3 on School RE taxes

10/31: Last Day for School District Face
12/31: Last Day to pay County/Township and School District Taxes
Click here for important 2023 County Dates.

2023
IMPORTANT DATES

Mt. Carmel Farmers Market 

11190 Rt. 61 

Mt. Carmel, PA 17851

(Office is located on  back wall of the market)

Office Location

Deputy Tax Collector: Dianne Darrah

Did you recently retire or 

change your occupation?

Click the Occupation Appeal

Form below, complete it, and return it to me so your bill can be adjusted.  

NOTE: County appeals must be submitted by 4/30 and school appeals must be submitted by 8/31.

  • What is the best way to make a payment?
    There are two ways you can pay taxes: In person at the Tax Collector's Office By mailing your payment to: Mt. Carmel Township Tax Collector, PO Box 352 Mt. Carmel, PA 17851 You must bring or mail the appropriate tax bill stub for the period being paid. This stub is validated and kept on file to provide an audit trail should any question regarding payment arise in the future.
  • Who do I make my check out to?
    All checks should be made payable to Mt. Carmel Township Tax Collector.
  • How do I obtain a receipt if I mail in my tax payment?
    You should send your entire bill in a SASE (self-addressed stamped envelope). The tax collector will stamp the top portion and mail it back to you.
  • If I mail my payment, when is the latest I can send it for discount, face and penalty periods?"
    The status of all mailed payments is determined by the postmark on the envelope. If a payment is postmarked within the date allowed for timely payment, it will be accepted and processed for that given period. If a payment bears a private postal meter stamp and is subsequently over-stamped by the U.S. Postal Service with a later post marked date, the U.S.P.S. post mark is considered the date mailed. If an envelope bears no post mark date, it must be received no later than the deadline date to be considered timely. Township/County Taxes: A discount payment for Township/County taxes must be postmarked by April 30. A face payment for Township/County taxes must be postmarked by June 30. In order for Township/County taxes to not be considered delinquent, they must be postmarked by December 31. Remember personal checks are NOT accepted after December 15. School Taxes: A discount payment for School taxes must be postmarked by August 31. A face payment for School taxes must be postmarked by October 31. In order for School taxes to not be considered delinquent, they must be postmarked by December 31. Remember personal checks are NOT accepted after December 15.
  • What happens if a payment or check is returned unpaid by my bank?
    All Township offices charge a check/payment return fee of $40.00 for unpaid items. This fee, in part, covers the bank charge the township is assessed and also the additional administrative cost of reversing the payment and notifying the payee.
  • What if I don't receive a tax bill?
    If you fail to receive your tax bill, call the Tax Collector’s Office. Failure to receive a tax bill does not exempt taxes. You are responsible for obtaining your tax bill and paying the taxes on time.
  • Where can I get more information about the Rent Rebate Program?

Frequently Asked Questions

Failure to receive a tax bill does not exempt taxes. You are responsible for obtaining your tax bill and paying the taxes on time.  If you did not receive your bill, contact the tax office ASAP.

*March, April, July, August-  
open every Saturday from 9 am - 12:30 pm
*May, June, September, October, November, December - 
open every 2nd & 4th Saturday from 9 am - 12:30 pm 
*SPECIAL HOURS on the following dates: 
4/20, 4/26, 8/24, 8/30, 12/30, 12/31 from 6 pm - 7 pm
*Additional hours available upon appointment...call or email.
CLOSED ON 6/24, 7/1, 8/12 & 12/23.

Office Hours:

USEFUL TAX INFORMATION

Click this icon to read more about Real Estate Taxes.

Click this icon to read more about Per Capita & Occupation Taxes.

Click this icon to read more about the Rent Rebate Program for Senior Citizens.

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Click this icon to download the Application for Homestead/Farmstead Exclusion.

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