City Treasurer

City of Butler
140 West North Street
Butler, PA 16001
Phone: (724) 287-1913
Fax: (724) 431-2125
Hours: 8:30AM – 4:30PM Monday through Friday
Closed all City holidays

John L. Grenci
(724) 287-1913 ext. 207

Deputy Treasurer
Debra Oyler
(724) 287-1913 ext. 209

Tax Bookkeeper
Sharon Snyder
(724) 287-1913 ext. 208

Click here for:  Frequently Asked Questions

Administrative Fee Sch March 2017

The Office of the City Treasurer is responsible for the collection and accounting of all revenues received by the City. The office collects taxes payable to the City as well as real estate taxes payable to the Butler Area School District. It also processes requests for the rental of shelters in Memorial Park. More information can be found on the City Parks information page.


Accepted forms of payment as: Cash, Check or Money Order.

Attention Parking Permit Customers:

Effective August 8, 2016 parking permits will be sold only at the Butler City Police Station (200 W New Castle Street).  More information can be found on the City Parking information page.

Real Estate Tax Information

City taxes for are due at face value until June 30. A 10% penalty is applied to taxes paid between July 1 and December 31. The window hours at the Treasurer’s Office are Monday-Friday 8:30-4:00. You must have your original tax card to make a payment or a duplicate card fee of $10.00 will be charged.

Per Capita Tax Information

2017 City Per Capita Tax Exoneration Form

2017 School Per Capita Exoneration Form

Business Tax Information

New or relocated businesses in the City of Butler can apply for a temporary exemption from Business Privilege or Mercantile Tax per Ordinance No. 1664 (adopted 12/20/2012).

Application for Business Privilege _ Mercantile Tax Abatement

Rental Property Ordinance Information

All Butler City landlords must submit a rental occupancy form by January 31st of each year as well as within 30 days of a new tenant moving into the property.

This form may be mailed, faxed, or emailed to the city Treasurer.

Landlord Occupancy Report_FILLABLE


Butler Downtown is a grassroots revitalization initiative involving local citizens and people from business, education, government and community organizations throughout the region.

Butler, PA was named one of the Best 20 Small Towns in America by Smithsonian Magazine.

Did you know the jeep was born here? Butler also hosts the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival, which in 2011 broke the Guinness World Record for most jeeps in a parade.