Crawford County, Pennsylvania



The Crawford County Assessment Office

welcomes you to its home page!


Chief Tax Assessor

 We are charged with the fair and uniform valuing of over 61,000 land parcels and the structures on them for the purpose of real estate taxation.

We are happy to serve you during

business hours Weekdays 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM 

and ask that you call

(814) 333-7302 

or stop into the office with your questions as to how we value your property. We also ask that you advise us of possible assessment revisions for new structures you intend to build or those you remove.




This is to serve notice that the Crawford County 2024 assessment roll has been completed and certified by the Board of Commissioners. It is available for open inspection in the Assessment Office of the Crawford County Courthouse 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday except for holidays.

 The annual right to file in writing an appeal from an assessment is on or before the first day of August, the date designated by the County Commissioners.

When needed, hearings for valuation and exemption appeals are conducted on Thursdays in the *Courthouse Assembly Room commencing at 1:00 P.M. unless otherwise stated.  





 Uniform Parcel Identifer



Uniform Parcel Identifier Ordinance


Act 1 (Homestead/Farmstead)

Applications for properties that may be eligible are sent by the School Districts in late December each year for a possible exclusion on the school bill the next August.

The completed application must be received by the Assessment Office no later than March 1.

Those who both reside on and actively attempt to or actually generate revenue for agricultural related pursuits on ten acres or more must bring in substantiation to the office to be granted the additional Farmstead Exclusion. (Many farmers bring in a copy of their most recent IRS Schedule F form) The office will validate that fact but immediately return the form to the owner to take home with them. If a tax payer did not receive an application but believes they may be eligible, they can contact their school district or come directly to the Assessment Office for an application. In the case of the Homestead exclusion, there will be no further need to re-apply unless the property is sold. In the case of Farmstead, taxpayers must verify every five years that they still both reside  and actively attempt to or actually generate revenue for agricultural related pursuits on at least ten acres or more.

The next verification for all Farmstead exclusions will be in 2025.





Shape files are available - Please contact the mapping office at 814-724-2562 for more information.


Property Data Set Request


Property Data Set Request Pricing


The County of Crawford lies in northwestern Pennsylvania. Originally it was inhabited by the Iroquiois Indians and other tribes and nations. In later years, the land was acquired by a group of Dutch investors under title of the Holland Land Company and resold to settlers. The Commonwealth allocated land to its Revolutionary War soldiers as a bonus settlement. The county was formed in 1800 from a portion of Allegheny County and named after Colonel William Crawford, an early military hero and close friend of George Washington.


903 Diamond Park Meadville, PA 16335

Phone: (814) 333-7300
Toll free: 800-982-9019

Fax: (814) 337-0457

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

State of Pennsylvania