• Highlands Tax Office
    Delinquent Tax Information
     

    Delinquent real estate taxes for Highlands School District are collected by Weiss Burkardt Kramer LLC, the District’s solicitor. Please make your checks payable to HIGHLANDS SCHOOL DISTRICT and mail them to:

    WEISS BURKARDT KRAMER LLC

    TAX COLLECTIONS DEPARTMENT

    445 FORT PITT BOULEVARD, SUITE 503

    PITTSBURGH, PA 15219

    Any questions you may have should be directed to: Karlie Kovach, Tax Collection Specialist, Delinquent Tax Collections Department, 412-391-0160


    Delinquent Tax Payment Plan Agreement Procedures

    If Taxpayer contacts Weiss Burkhardt Kramer LLC for payment arrangements:

    A $150 legal fee is added to account. Determine if a 3, 6, or 12 month plan is acceptable to taxpayer and create Payment Agreement. A Payment Agreement with coupons is mailed to taxpayer via regular mail. Taxpayer must sign and return Payment Agreement and a copy is placed in their file.

    If taxpayer is unable to afford payment that concludes in 12 months, Weiss Burkhardt Kramer LLC offers a Financial Hardship plan (requires a denial letter from lender for Refinance or Home equity line of Credit).  A Financial Hardship Application is mailed to taxpayer. When returned, Hardship Application must be approved by Supervisor or Attorney. The Financial Hardship plan allows taxpayer a lower pay plan over a longer term; requires proof of income and copy of essential bills; requires plan to pay back. An FHA is offered over 24 months with agreement to increase payment. A Hardship Payment Plan is created and mailed via regular mail to taxpayer and require signature. Copy of signed Plan kept in file. Payments are monitored. Added legal fee to account pursuant to Act 20 Resolution.

    Financial Hardship Eligibility Application

    FHA Payment Election Form

     
  • DELINQUENT TAX LIST NOTICE:

    Effective April 1, 2019, the Highlands School District will begin to publish, on the District’s website, the names of property owners who are delinquent in paying their real estate taxes. We encourage those who are delinquent to arrange a payment plan with the District’s delinquent real estate tax collector (address and contact at left). If by March 31, 2019, the delinquent real estate tax balance is satisfied, or if a payment plan is arranged, the District will remove the property owner’s name from the list prior to publishing.