Departments

Finance / Tax Payments

Mission Statement
To provide the highest quality service in the most efficient and responsive manner possible by maintaining a skilled team of employees who provide concise, accurate and timely information that meets the needs of the residents, and by continuing a commitment to excellence, fiscal responsibility, and professionalism at all times.

For the 2017 CFO Report, click here

For the 2017 Budget Intro Presentation, click here…

For the 2017 Adopted Township Budget, click here…

For the 2016 CFO Report, click here

For the 2016 Budget Intro Presentation, click here…

For the 2016 Introduced Township Budget, click here…

For the 2016 Adopted Budget, click here

For the 2015 CFO Report, click here

For the  2015 Audit, click here

For the 2014 CFO Report, click here…

For the 2014 Audit, click here

To pay your taxes online, click here…

This office is responsible for collecting real estate property taxes, billing of taxes to appropriate homeowners and mortgage companies. The Chief Financial Officer supervises the various divisions.

The Treasurer is responsible for the receipt and collection of all moneys raised by taxation.

Department of Finance will either invest or disburse, in accordance with the guidelines set forth by the annual budget, any moneys received.

Business Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Any questions regarding your property taxes can be directed to the Tax Office and the staff will be more than willing to answer any questions you have.

Chief Financial Officer & Tax Collector: Nancy Costa 369-4313 ext 110

Property Tax Due Dates: Feb. 1st. May 1st. Aug. 1st. Nov. 1st.

Tax Deductions:
Are available from the State of New Jersey for:

  • Veterans — Widows and Widowers of Veterans
  • Disabled Persons — Surviving Spouses of Disabled
  • Senior Citizens

Mortgage Escrow:

When money is escrowed for taxes, it is the homeowners responsibility to notify the tax office in writing with the bank code of their lending agency.

Any time a property is refinanced or sold to another bank, the Bank code must be changed.

When mortgages are satisfied, the tax office must be notified in writing to remove the bank code.

Change of Address:

The Tax Collector must be notified in writing of any changes in billing address.

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Click here for the 2012 Budget

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