Delaware County’s Reassessment Process Continues

A field operations technician for Tyler Technologies photographs and documents properties from the back of a van. Image via the Springfield (Ohio) News-Sun.

Delaware County will hold various public informational meetings across the county to educate residents and answer questions regarding its Tax Reassessment Project.

In March 2017, Delaware County was ordered by the Court to conduct a countywide property tax reassessment, effective for the 2021 tax year. Delaware County Council contracted with Tyler Technologies Inc. to provide real property appraisal services for the County’s 2020 general reassessment.

The project, which is being implemented through the County Treasurer’s Office, will utilize Tyler’s appraisal and street imaging services. Council also contracted with Eagleview to provide pictometry imagery of properties.

During the initial phase of this project, which began in December 2017, Tyler will provide the County with detailed, high-resolution, street-level images. Tyler will be photographing properties from inside white vans, which will be clearly marked. The images will only be taken from the street and Tyler staff will not enter private property. To alleviate any privacy concerns, images will not be taken of homeowners and/or children.

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Tyler has concluded the gathering of street-level images in Upper Darby Township, Haverford Township, East Lansdowne Borough, and Yeadon Borough. Street-level images will be gathered in Radnor Township, Marple Township, Lansdowne Borough, Clifton Heights Borough, Aldan Borough, Collingdale Borough, and Sharon Hill Borough beginning Feb. 26.

The four public informational meetings are scheduled for:

  • March 13 from 2-3 PM at Penn State Brandywine, Tomezsko Classroom Building (25 Yearsley Mill Road in Media)
  • March 15 from 7-8 PM at The Creekside Center (794 Milmont Avenue in Swarthmore)
  • March 19 from 7-8 PM at Neumann University/The Schmidt Room (1 Neumann Drive in Aston)
  • March 21 from 1-2 PM at Haverford Recreation Center/EverGreen Room (9000 Parkview Drive in Haverford)

Registration is not required, and residents can attend any meeting. A Reassessment Hotline has also been set up for residents to call with any questions or concerns: 610-891-5695.

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