One mill of real estate tax is equal to one dollar for each $1,000 of a property's assessed value. The 2021 millage rate is 2.2837 mills for Township real estate taxes.
Historical Millage Rates
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 2019, the owner of a property assessed at $1,000 would owe Radnor Township $4.16 (1,000 x 0.0041582).
The average 2017 assessment and average tax bill of Radnor Township residential properties is:
Average Residential Property: $322,820
Average Real Estate Tax Bill: $10,941
Average Township Portion: $1,324
2021 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
2021 millage rate for Delaware County is 5.4610 mills ($5.4610 per per thousand dollars of a property's assessed value) .
Please see Delaware County's website for additional information on their tax rate
2020-2021 millage rate for the Radnor Township School District is 25.5659 ($25.5659 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
PLEASE PUT FOLIO NUMBER ON CHECK MEMO LINE: If multiple parcels/properties are owned by the same person & address, multiple bills are mailed and stacked into one envelope bill. Mail back in the one envelope provided with either one check, noting each folio# or include separate checks with the folio # on each memo line.
Township Real Estate Taxes are NO LONGER ACCEPTEDAT TD BANK IN WAYNE.
The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting has been awarded to Township of Radnor by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its 2015 comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR).