Township Real Estate Tax Millage Rates

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One mill of real estate tax is equal to one dollar for each $1,000 of a property's assessed value. The 2022 millage rate is 2.2837 mills for Township real estate taxes.

Historical Millage Rates

Year Rate Millage Δ
2010 3.3411 0.3311 11.0%
2011 3.6411 0.0300 9.0%
2012 3.7511 0.1100 3.0%
2013 3 .7511 0.000 0.0%
2014 3 .7511 0.000 0.0%
2015 3 .7511 0.000 0.0%
2016 3.92281 0.1717 4.6%
2017 3.9228 0.000 0.0%
2018 3.9228 0.000 0.0%
2019 4.1582 0.2354 6.0%
2020 4.4082 0.2500 6.0%
2021 2.2837 -2.1245 -48.19%2
 2022 2.2837
 0.000  0.0%

1 2016 Increase includes 0.520 for Library Improvement Bonds, 0.0895 for Park Improvement Bonds, and 0.0302 for Trail Improvement Bonds.
2 The millage decrease reflects a revenue neutral millage adjustment based on updated property assessment values as of 1/1/2021.

Calculating Your Taxes

To figure the real estate tax owed for a given year, multiply a property's assessed value by the millage rate (expressed as mills x 0.001). For example, in 2022, the owner of a property assessed at $1,000 would owe Radnor Township $2.28 (1,000 x 0.0022837).

The average 2021 assessment and average tax bill of Radnor Township residential properties is:

  • Average Residential Property: $667,000
  • Average Real Estate Tax Bill: $20,576
  • Average Township Portion: $1,523.23

Quick Facts

  • 2022 millage rate is 2.2837mills for Radnor Township real estate taxes, more commonly expressed as $2.2837 per thousand dollars of a property's assessed value
  • 2022 millage rate for Delaware County is 2.999 mills ($2.999 per per thousand dollars of a property's assessed value).
    Please see Delaware County's website for additional information on their tax rate
  • 2021-2022 millage rate for the Radnor Township School District is 13.9224 ($13.9224 per thousand dollars of a property's assessed value). Please see the Radnor Township School District's website for additional information on their tax rate.