How can I make payment?
Taxes can be paid with cash, personal or certified checks, and money orders. You may bring in your payment or mail the payment. If you are mailing, please allow at least 3-5 days. Postmarks are not accepted.

If you use your bank’s on-line payment feature, be aware that a check is produced by your institution and mailed to us. Give allow 7-10 days for this process.

Once the tax sale process has begun, only cash, certified checks, or money orders will be accepted.

If you require a receipt, please send the entire bill back with your payment, along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Your bill will be receipted and returned to you.

Online payments will be accepted for tax and utility using your checking /savings accounts, debit cards or credit cards. The fees associated with using this feature do not go to the Borough; they are paid to the site provider. If you are listed for tax sale, you may not use this system after the 50th day preceding the tax sale date. (NJSA 5:30-9.2)

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1. When are taxes due?
2. When will I receive a new tax bill?
3. Where do I send my tax/utility payment?
4. Is there a grace period for paying taxes?
5. How can I make payment?
6. How can I make a payment online?
7. What is the interest rate on late payments?
8. I need to change my address or mortgage information. What should I do?
9. What is a tax sale? Can I buy property at the tax sale?
10. How do I pay off a lien?