The deadline is now May 17, 2021.

By Timothy McNulty, Communications Director – Mayor’s Office

Photo: Nataliya Vaitkevich for Pexels

The City of Pittsburgh is extending its personal income tax filing deadline until May 17, in line with extensions announced by the Internal Revenue Service and the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue. The original filing date was set for April 15.

The City, state, and federal governments are adopting the one-month extension to give taxpayers more flexibility with their finances during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 

More information on City taxes is available here at the Finance Department website.

Timothy McNulty is the Communications Director of the Mayor’s Office. He can be reached at 412-660-1999 or via email at timothy.mcnulty@pittsburghpa.gov.

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