The Assessor determines the tax-ability and fair market value of all new, existing and improved properties within the municipality. The Assessor’s responsibilities includes processing deeds, processing building permits for assessments, maintaining and updating assessment records, complying with state mandated regulations, handling appeals, processing applications for exemptions or deductions, and compiling financial and other records for the county and state tax boards
- Valuation of Properties
- Tax Appeals
- Property Transfers
Tax appeals must be filed on or before April 1st of the current tax year. If the municipality has performed a Revaluation or Re-Assessment, the filing deadline is May 1 of the year
it goes into effect
Applications for Senior Citizens, Disabled Persons, Veterans and their surviving spouses can be obtained in this office or online at: http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/prntlpt.shtml
Please contact the Tax Assessor for applications and to answer any questions you may have pertaining to them.
Tax Appeals - Learn how to file a tax appeal.
Frequently Asked Questions - Tax Assessor FAQ
New Jersey Property Taxpayer Bill of Rights - New Jersey Property Taxpayer Bill of Rights
Daniel's Law - Daniel's Law continues to improve to address concerns across the State of the prohibition of the disclosure of active, formerly active, and retired judicial officers, prosecutors, and law enforcement officers' home address. To address challenges in implementing the law legislation (A-6171/S4219) was introduced on December 2, 2021. The law as written, took effect December 10, 2021. Daniel's Law requirements and participation forms can be found under Tax Assessor here.