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Berks County > Municipalities > Marion Township


The Marion Township Tax Collector is:                   Eileen P. Heydt
                                                                         P.O. Box 26
                                                                         Womelsdorf, PA 19567-9998
2016 DATES                                                                                                                   

   Pay during March/April - 2% discount

  Pay during May/June - flat rate

  Pay after June - 10% penalty     

Last day to pay 2016 taxes is December 31, 2016                

        Payments may also be mailed.
If you require a receipt for your tax payment, mail both copies of the tax bill along with a stamped, self addressed return envelope with your payment.
The Marion Township Tax Collector collects the following taxes:

  • Marion Township Real Estate 
  • Berks County Real Estate
  • Conrad Weiser Area School District Real Estate
  • Conrad Weiser & Marion Township Per Capita

Tax Rates
Real Estate of 1.30 mill (.0013). If not paid within four (4) months of date of the tax notice, a penalty of ten percent (10%) will be added. 1/1/2016 thru 12/31/2016

Per Capita Tax of five dollars ($5.00) upon each resident who is eighteen (18) years of age and older.

Earned Income Tax of one-half (1/2) of one percent (1%) on salaries, wages, compensation earned by the residents of the township and non-residents who preform duties for compensation in said Township. The total tax is 1% with 1/2 percent received by Marion Township.

Real Estate Transfer Tax of one-half (1/2) of one percent (1%). The total tax is 1% with 1/2 percent received by Marion Township.

Street Light Tax of ninety cents ($.90) per front foot for Stouchsburg property owners.
Per Pennsylvania law, all tax bills are sent to the property owner.
If your mortgage company pays your real estate tax bill, it is your responsibility to send the tax bill to your mortgage company and make sure that they pay it.
If your mailing address changes, it is your responsibly to notify the tax collector of the change. The post office does not forward tax bills.
Per Pennsylvania law, it is the property owner’s responsibility to pay the real estate taxes on their property, whether or not they receive a real estate tax bill.