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Office of Property Assessment

Determining accurate and fair property values and providing property information.

Office of Property Assessment

What we do

The Office of Property Assessment (OPA) determines what every piece of property within Philadelphia is worth. The assessed dollar value is used to calculate the property’s real estate tax due. Real estate tax (also known as property tax) provides a large part of our City’s public school funding.

We also handle abatement and exemption programs that may reduce a property’s real estate tax bill. If a property owner disagrees with an assessment or believes that an abatement or exemption has not been properly applied, the City offers options for requesting a review or filing an appeal.

If you have questions about the tax year 2023 reassessment, you can contact the OPA hotline at (215) 686-9200.

If you have questions about appeals, exemptions, abatements, and related issues, you can contact OPA by using our online form or by calling (215) 686-4334. You can also visit in person, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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Address
601 Walnut St.
Suite 300 W.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
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Announcements

Deadline to submit First Level Review (FLR) extended to December 2, 2022

The deadline to submit a First Level Review (FLR) application for Tax Year 2023 property values has been extended to December 2, 2022. FLR forms were included with the mailed Notices of Valuation. If a property owner misplaced their FLR form, they can request a replacement by calling (215) 686-9200.


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