On May 18, 2022, Lackawanna County contracted with Tyler Technologies, Inc., Appraisal Services, to conduct a County-wide Reassessment project to correct unfair property assessments. When Lackawanna County last completed a property assessment in 1968, the national cost of a gallon of gas was $.34, a dozen eggs cost $.53, and a hamburger at McDonald’s cost $.18.   With such an out-of-date system, it is possible for property owners with similar houses to pay different amounts of property tax. 

By conducting a reassessment, Lackawanna County is expecting to change from an out-of-date, unequal assessment system to a system that is based on current, accurate property values. 

It should be noted that reassessment is required to have a revenue neutral tax effect on all taxing authorities.

A website dedicated to educating residents and answering questions regarding Lackawanna County’s Tax Reassessment Project can be found here:


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Lackawanna County and Tyler Technologies will hold public informational meetings regarding the upcoming County-wide Reassessment, on the following dates:

June 21st at 2pm: Lackawanna College, 501 Vine Street, Scranton, PA 18509

June 21st at 6pm: Lakeland High School, 1355 Lakeland Drive, Scott, PA 18433

June 27th at 6pm: North Pocono High School, 97 Bochicchio Blvd, Covington Township, PA 18444

July 11, 2022: Virtual Meeting. Time TBD


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  • Lackawanna County Status Report June 22, 2022.pdf
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  • Tyler Technologies Reassessment Agreement
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    Tyler Tech Agreement
  • signed Motion Reassessment Tyler Technologies Proposal1.pdf
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    Motion Accepting Tyler Tech Proposal