Upper St. Clair Passes Budget With No Tax Increase for 13th Consecutive Year
For the 13th consecutive year, the budget keeps tax rates level. The real estate tax millage rate, currently 3.83, has remained flat since 2010. The Township's earned income tax rate, currently 0.80 percent, has not changed since 2007.
ALCOSAN is scheduled to increase its billing rate for wastewater treatment by 7 percent in 2022. The Township's sewer rate multiplier will be reduced from 1.93 to 1.86.
"Upper St. Clair's staff continues to focus on new ways to provide high levels of service and programming in the most financially responsible manner," said Township Manager Matthew R. Serakowski.
The Township of Upper St. Clair again received two recognitions from the Government Finance Officers Association of the US & Canada (GFOA) during the year. The GFOA Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting was received for the 33rd time. The Township also received its 13th consecutive GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award. Upper St. Clair is one of only seven municipalities in the entire Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to receive the award. The 2022 budget document continues to meet the GFOA's award criteria.
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