Tax & Utility Collection

Division of Revenue Collection

The division is responsible for or the collection of property taxes and sewer fees. Please feel free to call with questions regarding due dates or about your specific bill.

Real Estate Tax Due Dates

  • February 1st
  • May 1st
  • August 1st 
  • November 1st

Sewer Utility Due Dates

  • March 1st
  • October 1st

Note: all taxes and municipal fees must be paid prior to the processing of all applications. Repay arrearages in installments - residential billing only.

  1. Low Income Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP)
  2. Property Tax Deduction Program
  3. Tax Sales

Low Income Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP)

The application period for the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs’ Low Income Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) is now open.  This federally funded program will provide financial assistance to low-income households to reduce the balances on their residential water and sewer bills.  LIHWAP will provide benefits directly to water and sewer service providers on behalf of residential customers.  The assistance can be used, in order of priority, to:

  1. Restore services where services have been terminated and pay reconnection fees and other charges accrued due to a disconnection; 
  2. Avoid service disruption for those residential customers who are in danger of disconnection (i.e., received shut off notices or have past due balances) and to help them afford bill payment going forward; and 
  3. Support those household customers who are current in their bills but might be in danger of falling behind in the near future.

Priority will also be given to families with elderly or disabled household members and/or with children under the age of five, no matter which category they fall into.

 To be eligible for LIHWAP assistance, applicants must be water/sewer bill holders who are responsible for paying their water and sewer bills directly to the water/sewer provider.  Also, applicants’ total gross household income must be at or below 60% of the state median Income ($6,439 a month for a family of four).  The LIHWAP frequently asked questions webpage has additional information about maximum income limits and other items.   

Participants in the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) are automatically eligible for LIHWAP assistance so long as they are water/sewer bill holders. 

 People can apply online through the DCAid application portal.

 Those without computer or internet access can call 1-800-510-3102 to be directed to one of the community action agencies to assist them with starting, completing, and submitting an application online.