WARREN, Pa. – Field assessors have completed nearly 50 percent of the county’s residential parcels as part of an ongoing property reassessment.
“We’re almost halfway with residentials,” said Warren County Chief Assessor Brian Bull during Monday’s Warren County Commissioners work session. “As of Dec. 31, we’ve collected 10,290 residential properties.”
Of those properties, Bull noted that 2,084 are vacant, while 787 are inaccessible. There were also 207 refusals.
Work has been completed in Pine Grove Township and will next shift to Elk Township, and that date entry process has begun. The plan that has been executed to this point has allowed for work in more rural municipalities to be done before winter weather becomes a factor.
Work is wrapping up in Pine Grove Township and will shift to Elk Township next.
“The weather has cooperated as well,” Warren County Commissioner Tricia Durbin said.