Any questions concerning your assessment should be directed to the Tax Assessor. The Collector is responsible for the billing and collection of taxes only.
Preliminary & Final Taxes
The first half taxes (Preliminary) of any year are based on half of the previous years' taxes. When the bill for the second half taxes (Final) is rendered, the tax rate has been established and the total years' tax fixed. The estimated (Preliminary) amount is deducted and the remainder becomes your 2nd half taxes. NJ.S.A. 5 April 4, 1964.
Payments may be mailed to the above address or paid in person at the above address.
The Web Information Payment Portal (WIPP) system allows homeowners to pay via e-check or ACH for a nominal fee and also accepts credit/debit card payments. The WIPP also provides inquiry information of balance due, payment history and assessment information.
The Tax Collector's office offers direct withdrawals from your checking, savings, or money market accounts. Funds must be made available on the 6th day of February, May, August, and November. Fill out the direct withdrawal form and either drop it off or mail it to the Tax Collector's Office.
Tax bills are due on:
- February 1st
- May 1st
- August 1st - Grace period has been extended until August 25th
- November 1st
Tax bills are only mailed once a year and are not always transferred at closing. It is the new homeowner's responsibility to obtain tax information. A copy of your tax bill is always available at the Tax Collector's Office by request.
Tax & Utility Inquiries
The WIPP system allows people to look-up tax and utility accounts online, view the yearly billed taxes and utility, see if accounts are open or paid and obtain assessment, ownership and mailing address information.
Property Tax Information