Penn Hills council approved a three-year contract with Keystone Tax Service of Westmoreland County for the billing and collection of current, local service and business privilege taxes.
The contract which is effective as of July 1 and will automatically renew for an additional three years unless terminated by either party by written notice at least 90 days before the annual anniversary date. According to Mayor Anthony DeLuca, citizens will continue to be able to make tax payments at the tax office at Linton Middle school.
Last month, officials in the Penn Hills School District also contracted with Keystone to collect taxes.
Delinquent real estate taxes will continue to be collected by Maiello, Brungo and Maiello of Penn Hills.