Springfield Township is a Second Class Township located in the Southeast corner of Mercer County, Pennsylvania, roughly 60 miles north of Pittsburgh. It covers approximately 28.7 square miles and is home to a population of 1,972 people, according to the latest US Census.
The strategic location on I-79 and within close proximity to I-80 has helped to make Springfield Township an important regional shopping area. Many local businesses have been attracted to the area due to the ease of access to the Interstate Highway System.
State Games Lands #284 is a major attraction for outdoor recreation. Neshannock Creek in the western portion of the Township is a favorite among fisherman. Leesburg Falls on Schollard's Run was a historic and natural treasure of the Township.
Springfield Township Municipal 406 Old Ash Road Mercer PA 16137 Phone: 724-748-4999 Fax: 724-748-3859
From Rt 19 and points West:Go East on Rt 208 approximately 2.5 miles to the flashingyellow light at Old Ash Road. Turn Left onto Old Ash Rd and the building will be on the Right.
From I-79 & Rt 208: Go West on Rt 208 approximately 1 mile to the flashingyellow light at Old Ash Road. Turn Right onto Old Ash Rd and he building will be on the Right.
Earned Income Tax and Local Service Tax (LST) Collections
Starting with the 2012 tax year, the Local Earned Income Tax in our community will be collected and administered by Berkheimer Tax Administrator. This change is the result of result of state legislation (ACT 32), that required the consolidation of the collection of Local Earned Income to a county “Tax Collection District”. The tax rate and all filing dates will remain the same, this is a change in the collector only. However, there are changes in the employer withholding requirements. Please visit the Berkheimer website for more details (www.hab-inc.com). We encourage you to take advantage of the fast and easy e-filing for individuals and employers, offered by Berkheimer.
For 2015 Earned Income Tax and Local Service Tax (LST) Collection Questions Contact: