John K. Weinstein
Allegheny County Treasurer
Serving the Taxpayers since 1999.
I'd like to go to the park!
Did you get my license yet?
Pennsylvania State Law requires all dogs be licensed.
2019 Fishing License
Now available in the Licensing Department, Room 109.
Tax Relief Program
for Senior Citizens
Application is due by June 30th.
Click here to see if you qualify for Act 77.
Real Estate Tax
Licensing & Permits
Postmark date is accepted as date received.
Delinquent Fees: A one time fee of 5% Penalty
is applied and 1% interest accrues monthly.
ENDS: March 31
ENDS: April 30
BEGINS: May 1
Looking for information on properties in Allegheny County?
You′ll find property records, real estate tax assessment information and everything you need to know about properties in Allegheny County on the county Real Estate Records and Property Assessments page.
Considering renting out your home for the weekend? You need to collect hotel tax.
Short-term rentals (less than 30 days) to the general public are required to collect a 7% tax from their guest and submit it to the Treasurer’s Office. If you are considering this popular trend of short-term rental, please call the Special Tax department at 412-350-4114.
Tax Relief Programs
These programs may apply to you, to help reduce or eliminate your property tax bill.
Act 50 | Homestead/Farmstead Exclusion
Application due by March 1
County property owners with primary residences here are eligible to have the property assessment value of their home reduced by $18,000 for county tax purposes only. Note: An application for Act 50 relief will also be considered a request for Act 1 relief (The Property Tax Relief Act), if applicable. Learn More >
Act 77 | Senior Citizen Tax Relief
Application due by June 30
Gross household annual income of $30,000 a year or less. Learn More >
More tax abatements and exemptions available through the real estate assessment office
John K. Weinstein, County Treasurer
Room 108, Courthouse
436 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219