Office of the Tax Assessor
Certified Tax Assessor
Call Direct: Monday through Friday at (856) 220-7327 - 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Office Hours: Wednesday from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Secretary to the Tax Assessor
(609) 268-1220 x120 voice mail
The assessor is a local government official who estimates the value of real property within the Township’s boundaries. This value is converted into an assessment, which is one component in the computation of real property tax bills.
The Tax Assessor holds the following responsibilities:
- Identifies all property in the Township
- Oversees and assigns taxable values
- Administers farmland assessment program
- Processes all ownership changes and deed transactions
- Approves or disapproves various exemptions and deductions, such as Senior Citizen's deductions and Veteran's deduction's
- Reassesses and revalues the Township when warranted
State of New Jersey – Department of Treasury
Informational Tax Brochures
Property Tax Benefits
How is Property Valued for Tax Purposes
Guide to Tax Appeal Hearings
Taxpayer Bill of Rights
Please be aware that you may be eligible for property tax deductions or exemptions if you are one of the following:
Farmland Assessment - Form
New Jersey Farmland Assessment Act
Petition of Appeal - County Board of Taxation - Form
$250 Real Property Tax Deduction Supplemental Income - Form
Supplemental Farmland Assessment Gross Sales - Form
Surviving spouse of a Veteran
Woodland Management - Form
Click the link for the Burlington County Property Assessment Search Hub.
To obtain tax information please visit the following website: www.njactb.org
The following documents may also help you: New Jersey Senior Tax Freeze Program
For information regarding the tax appeal process please refer to the Burlington County Website