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No, Real Estate Tax bills are issued and collected by the elected Treasurer/Tax Collector. The current Treasurer/Tax Collector is Bonny Davis. Office Hours are scheduled at the Free Library of Springfield Township at designated times of the year. Please call 215-233-4040 or visit Ms. Davis' website for more information about payment of your Real Estate Tax bill.
The Treasurer DOES NOT collect Business Privilige, Mercantile or Earned Income Taxes and CAN NOT answer questions regarding these taxes.
Business Privilege and Mercantile Taxes are collected by Tri-State Financial Group, 610-993-8609.
Earned Income Taxes are collected by Berkheimer Tax Administrators, 866-701-7206.
The Board of Commissioners conducts their monthly business meeting on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30 PM. A monthly Workshop meeting is conducted on the Monday preceding the second Wednesday at 7:00 PM. All meetings are held at the Springfield Township Administration Building, 1510 Paper Mill Road, Wyndmoor.
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Springfield Township is serviced by seven (7) individual post offices. The following is a list of post offices and the corresponding zip codes:
|Fort Washington||Ft. Washington 19034|
|Lafayette Hill/Miquon||Lafayette Hill 19444|
|Philadelphia||Philadelphia 19118, 19128|
Springfield Township requires the owner of all Real Property in the Township to apply for a Statement of Certification prior to conveying their property to another individual. The process takes approximately two weeks to complete and may require an in-home inspection by a Township representative.
Please be advised that any violations noted by the Township must be corrected prior to settlement. For this reason it is strongly recommended that you apply for your Statement of Certification at the time you list your property for sale.
In addition, Springfield Township requires all new owners of real property to register their deed with the Township. Registration must be completed within two business days after the recording of any deed or conveyance with Montgomery County. Registration may be done in person, by registered or certified U.S. mail (return receipt requested), or overnight delivery with confirmation of receipt. The registration fee is $10.00 per deed.
For more information regarding the sale of real property, contact the office of Community Development at 215-836-7600.
1510 Paper Mill Road
Wyndmoor, PA 19038