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Tax Collector General Disclaimer:
The Lower Allen Township Tax Collector is an elected position (4-year term) and independent from the Lower Allen Township Board of Commissioners and the Township Administration Department/Township Manager’s Office.   While the Township provides an office for the Tax Collector in the Municipal Services Center (MSC), the Tax Collector determines his or her own hours for tax business operations.  The current Tax Collector’s contact information can be found below.

Bonnie K. Miller, Tax Collector
Lower Allen Township
Municipal Services Center

2233 Gettysburg Road
Camp Hill, PA 17011-3702
Office:  (717) 737-5671
Home: (717) 763-7960
Township Email: bmiller@latwp.org
Home Email: millekbkle@gmail.com

Cumberland County Assessment Office
Old Courthouse, 1 Courthouse Square
Carlisle, PA 17013

Cumberland County Local Taxes
Earned Income Tax/Local Services Tax
Cumberland County Tax Bureau
21 Waterford Drive, Suite 201
Mechanicsburg, PA 17050

When Are My Taxes Due?
Tax bills are mailed to taxpayers twice a year. On or about March 1st, you will receive the bill for Cumberland County and Lower Allen Township taxes. On July 1, you will receive the tax bill for West Shore School District taxes.

If you own real estate, you will receive a Real Estate Tax Bill which includes (Tax bill is mailed on March 1st, but runs for the whole calendar year):

1. County Real Estate Tax
2. Municipal Real Estate Tax

If you own real estate, you will receive a West Shore School District Real Estate Tax Bill which will show the amount of tax owed to your school district (This bill is mailed on July 1st and runs for fiscal year July 1 – June 30).

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.