Are you liable for property tax? Enter an OOPA to stay up to date | Department of Revenue

Philadelphia property taxes were due March 31, 2022. If you missed the deadline, you will see additional monthly fees. If you do nothing, your account will be transferred to a collection agency. Eventually, a lien will be placed on your property.

Paying your property tax in full is always the best solution. If you can’t pay the full amount, the City offers several property tax relief programs that can help bring you up to speed.

Contact us today to see if you qualify for our Homeowner Payment Agreement (OOPA) program. Better yet, complete the online application form and email it to [email protected] or call (215) 686-6442 and ask about OOPA. Be sure to request that the current year be included in the agreement.

OOPA is for Philadelphia homeowners who live on their property. The program keeps you on track with your property taxes by providing you with a plan to pay your back taxes in monthly installments. You don’t even need a down payment.

The best part is that registering with OOPA doesn’t prevent you from taking advantage of other property tax relief programs offered by the City. For example, you can still enroll in our Homestead Exemption or Senior Tax Freeze program.

Plus, your home is safe from a sheriff’s sale if you stay registered with OOPA!

We have different programs for owners who do not live on their property. Simply call (215) 686-6442 and ask about our property tax relief programs.

Penny D. Jackson