DEAR NORTHAMPTON RESIDENTS –
Tax Collectors are local government officials and per the Governor’s office are considered essential (life sustaining), we are not required to close under Governor Wolf’s Order. We are closed to the public. Your payments will be filed in a timely manner. Everyone’s goal must be to reduce personal contact everyone’s safety.
2% Discount collection period ends April 30. We continue to accept tax payments utilizing non-personal contact. We continue to be available to taxpayers by phone, fax & email –
- TELEPHONE 215-357-1343
- FAX 215- 357 – 074
- Credit cards twptax.com (2.75% third party fee applied)
- On-line payment twptax.com (ACH fees apply)
- As always please call us to if you require special accommodations.
- US. Postal Service & Drop box –
Vincent Deon – Tax Collector
815 Bustleton Pike
Richboro, PA 18954
Effective April 1, 2020: The Governor has issued Orders to stay home in All Pennsylvania Counties across the state. This requires all persons to stay home “unless someone’s life depends on it”. This order is in effect until April 30. Recently, we received the following opinion from the Governor’s Office: We must remain in compliance with the social distancing and other mitigation measures which have been established by the Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as currently in effect or as may be amended in the future. Virtual and telework operations (e.g. work from home) must be the primary option when available. In-person work at a business site is only to be performed on the most limited basis possible to deliver the services or goods of your life-sustaining business.
Because we have a unique set of circumstances, it is important for us to follow the lead of Northampton Township, Bucks County Government, Council Rock School District and the Bucks County Health Department. Please adhere to CDC guidelines of washing hands, sneezing in the elbow, disinfecting, social distancing, etc. Social distancing is a proven method of slowing the spread of the coronavirus and must be part of your mitigation efforts.