Treasurer & Tax Collector
Springfield Township's Treasurer is an independently elected official responsible for the collection of property taxes.
The Tax Collector is an independent official elected by the residents of Springfield Township and NOT a Township employee. All real estate tax questions should be directed to Ms. Kleinman by calling 215-233-1084.
Please be advised, Ms. Kleinman does not have access to tax records prior to 2022. Residents will have to reach out to the previous Tax Collector, Bonny Davis, for real estate tax issues or requests for the years 2021 and prior at 215-233-4040.
Treasurer & Tax Collector Joelle Kleinman
Springfield Township's current Treasurer & Tax Collector is Ms. Joelle Kleinman. A resident of Springfield Township, Ms. Kleinman was elected to the position by the residents of Springfield Township in 2021. Ms. Kleinman has 12 years of experience as a Commercial Property Manager, overseeing more than 20 retail shopping centers. Please visit Ms. Kleinman's website (link below) for more details on deadlines, payment information, and additional services.
What is the Role of the Treasurer & Tax Collector?
Springfield Township’s Treasurer & Tax Collector, elected by the citizens, is responsible for the billing and collection of real estate taxes for Springfield Township, Montgomery County, and the Springfield Township School District. This billing and collection process does not include earned income tax or business taxes. Please visit our Tax Information Page for details on how to file non-real estate associated taxes.
The elected Treasurer & Tax Collector is not a Township employee. Real Estate Tax payments will not be accepted by Township staff. Please call (215-233-1084) or email Joelle Kleinman to schedule an appointment if you are unable to pay your taxes in person or need special accommodations.
If you have additional tax questions that do not pertain to billing and/or collection, please visit Tax Information.