MILFORD TOWNSHIP, Pa. - School property tax collection is changing for taxpayers in the six northern Bucks County municipalities that make up the Quakertown Community School District.
After the 2014-15 school taxes are sent out on July 1, payment should be made to the elected tax collector in the municipality where you live.
The school district's tax office and QNB Bank no longer will accept payments. They also no longer can be mailed to PO Box 443.
The tax notices will have a new design.
You can find your tax collector and contact information by clicking here.
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