Update: New Tax Office Location Effective September 2018
The Tax Office will relocate in September 2018 to the new Limerick Township Building located at 646 West Ridge Pike. Office hours for tax collection for July and August are noted on the enclosed bill and will be held in the front lobby of the existing temporary facility located at 155 South Limerick Road. Beginning in September, office hours will be held at the new Limerick Township Building located at 646 West Ridge Pike.
Real estate taxes are billed and collected by the elected Tax Collector. The tax collector’s authority to collect taxes is based on Pennsylvania law. The Tax Collector is authorized to collect the current year’s real estate taxes for Montgomery County, Limerick Township, and the Spring-Ford Area School District and per capita taxes for the Spring-Ford Area School District. They are not authorized to collect the township and school district Earned Income Tax or Municipal Services Tax, or any other tax.
The Tax Collector’s legal authority to collect most taxes in the current year expires on December 31. They are not able to accept payments made or postmarked after December 31, and have no choice but to return any payment received after that authority expires. If you have an unpaid tax liability from a prior year, you must make payment to the office authorized to collect delinquent taxes.
Forms of Payment
The Tax Collector accepts the following forms of payment:
Tax Certifications and Duplicate Tax Bills
-The fee for a tax certification is $35. Please make the check payable to Ryan P. Wall and remit with certification request to:
-The fee for a duplicate tax bill is $5.00. Please make the check payable to Ryan P. Wall:
Ryan P. Wall
P.O. Box 460
Royersford, PA 19468
For faster service a certification request can be emailed to Ryan P. Wall.
Interim Real Estate Tax Bills
The Tax Collector receives a list of changes in assessed values on a monthly basis from the Montgomery County Board of Assessment Appeals. Examples include new construction, additions to homes, swimming pools etc. These changes may result in additional billings. These interim bills do not replace the real estate tax bill. They are in addition to the March bill. Refer to the bill for the due dates.