|Hours||M-F 8:30 - 4:30|
|Address||506 Broad Street Milford, PA 18337|
|Director of Assessment||Gene Porterfield (CPE, GA)|
The real property tax is the most important local tax in counties, school districts, and many municipalities. Accurate estimates of the value of the real property is vital for the tax to be fair and accurate. These assessments are done by the county assessment office and are used by all local governments and school districts when levying real property taxes. Assessors determine values for all properties in the county, update records, prepare reports, and in those counties with automated record keeping, may also prepare the tax duplicates. In addition, they prepare change notices that are sent to affected property owners and handle questions of tax exemption for properties owned and used for purely public charity.
Notice is hereby given that the Pike County Board of Assessment will meet for Assessment Appeal Hearing on Tuesday, October 4, 2022 at 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, in the Basement Conference Room of the Pike County Administration Building, 506 Board St., Milford, PA 18337.
Assessment Property Searches
Access to the Pike County GIS system is still available on our Online GIS System
Free Individual Property Access
Pike County provides each property owner access to their assessment records free of charge thru CourthouseOnline.com. In cooperation with Evaluator Services & Technology, every property owner will be given a web password on their tax bill.
This will allow access to a “My Property” record where they can review the property information for their parcel and securely submit comments, information, or uploads to the Assessment Office. We encourage all property owners to review their records every year to make sure all information is accurate.
To access your property information, follow the steps below:
- Locate an Assessment Change Notice or Tax Bill generated after June 1, 2020.
- On your Tax, Bill look for the following information, the Control Number which is formatted as NNNNNN (6 Numbers), and the Web Password which is formatted as AAAAAAAA (8 Letters). If you don't have the Web Password, call the assessment office at 570-296-5936.
- Go to Pike County Courthouse Online to access the Login Screen and Enter your Control Number and Web Password, then click on “Submit” and follow the instructions.
To view a PowerPoint presentation on how to use the My Property website please Click Here. (If you need the free Powerpoint viewer, click here.)
Advanced County-Wide Searching by Subscription
Pike County also offers Assessor Property Searching by subscription which grants access to assessment information on all parcels in the county of Pike with a complete list of search tools that are available to you.
To use this advanced service, you need to create a membership and purchase a “My COL” subscription at www.courthouseonline.com.
To take a free tour of the My COL system, please click here.