Honey Brook Township, Chester County, PA

Honey Brook Township

Chester County, PA

500 Suplee Road • PO BOX 1281 • Honey Brook, PA 19344

Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9AM-3PM
Phone: (610) 273-3970
Fax: (610) 273-3909

Taxes

Real Estate Tax

Residents in Honey Brook Township pay real estate taxes to Chester County, Twin Valley School District and Honey Brook Township.  The amount of tax that you pay to each of these government units is calculated by taking the millage rate and multiplying it by your property’s assessed valuation.  The millage rate is set annually by each of the government units governing bodies while the assessed valuation is set by the Chester County Assessment Office.

  1. Twin Valley School DistrictThe School District collects its own real estate tax.  The July 2020 through June 2021 tax rate is 30.4688 mills.  Contact the district’s tax office at (610) 286-8632 for information and tax certifications.  
  2. Chester County.  The Chester County Treasurer collects the County real estate tax. The 2020 tax rate is 4.369 mills.  Contact the Chester County Treasurer at (610) 344-6370 for information and tax certifications.  
  3. Honey Brook Township.  The Chester County Treasurer also collects the Township’s real estate tax.  The 2020 tax rate totaling 1.35 mills is divided into three parts as follows:

General Purpose    0.70 mills

Fire Protection      0.50 mills

Emergency Medical Services   0.15 mills

Contact the Chester County Treasurer at (610) 344-6370 for information and tax certifications.

Earned Income Tax

The Keystone Collections Group collects this tax for the Township and the Twin Valley School District.  The school district receives 0.5% from this tax.  The remaining 1% goes to the Township with 0.5% used for general purposes and 0.5% for the land preservation program.  Like State and Federal income taxes, you must file a tax return by April 15th each year.  Forms are available by contacting Keystone Collections Group at (610) 269-4402.

Call 1 (866) 539-1100 or visit Keystone’s website by clicking here to file electronically.

 

This page was last updated June 23, 2020.