Tax Collection Information


In Upper Chichester Township roughly 10% of what you pay annually in Real Estate Taxes goes to the Township. These tax dollars along with the other taxes listed below and various other sources of Revenue are used to fund the Townships annual budget. Upper Chichester Township has not increased Property Tax in quite some time. In fact the Board has twice in recent years voted to lower the Real Estate Tax.
Upper Chichester Township is part of the Chichester School District. Roughly 79% of the Real Estate Tax Upper Chichester residents pay go to the School District. Chichester School District is made up of 4 elementary schools, 1 middle school, and 1 high school. The school district is know for exhibiting it’s “Chi Pride” and has regularly sent graduating seniors to top tier local and national universities. Various Chichester Alumni hold important positions throughout the local geographical area and the world.
In Upper Chichester Township roughly 11% of what you pay annually in Real Estate Taxes goes to Delaware County. These taxes are used to fund county government and their programs.
 

Township Real Estate

Tax Collector – Patricia Devlin

The Tax Collector is an elected official of the Township. This position is elected for a four year term. The Tax Collector is responsible for the collection of real estate taxes levied by the Township.


Earned Income Tax

Keystone Collection Group


Residents, as well as Non Residents working in Upper Chichester Township, must pay a 1% earned income tax. PSD: 230204

Delinquent Trash

Municipal Resource Recovery


Residents who have trash collected curbside by the township pay an annual fee for that service. The fee is currently set at $190.00. It is included on your Real Estate bill.