​​      Tax Assessor

                 Joseph Ferraris                  Phone: (973) 383-3812

      Tax Collector

​                 Leah Korver                        Phone: (973) 383-1692

​3rd Quarter 2020 taxes due on August 1st (Grace period ends August 10th)

The State of New Jersey has extended the adoption of its budget until September 30 due to the Coronavirus, and as a result, town have not yet received a certified tax rate. It was recommended by the State of New Jersey to send estimated bills out for the 3rd quarter taxes. Estimated 3rd quarter bills were mailed out on June 13, 2020 to all property owners. These estimated bills look differently than the regular bills that are mailed once a year with 4 stubs. Property owners will receive a single 3rd quarter bill in June which is due August 1st. In October, you will receive your 2020 final and 2021 preliminary bill. The payment made in August will be reflected and the balance for 2020 will be due November 1.

  • Tax Payment Information
    • Mail
      • Hampton Township, c/o Leah Korver, 1 Rumsey Way, Newton, NJ 07860
    • Drop off
      •  Hampton Township Municipal Building Monday-Friday between the hours of 9:00am-4:00pm
      • May also be placed in the brown drop box next to the main entrance after hours
        • 1 Rumsey Way, Newton, NJ
    • Checks -  made payable to "Hampton Township".
    • Include all tax stubs for taxes you are paying and a return envelope for any papers you wish returned

  • Taxes are due
    • February 1
    • May 1
    • August 1 
    • November 1
    • Taxes not paid by November 11 are subject to tax sale
    • Hampton Township does permit a 10 day grace period

  • Please be advised:  
    • State of New Jersey does not allow the Tax Collector to acknowledge postmarks when you mail your tax payment
    • Taxes must be received in the office on or before the 10th of the month taxes are due
    • Failure to receive a tax bill does not exempt you from paying your taxes or the interest due on delinquent taxes.
    • Tax Collector is not responsible for any tax payment that is lost through the mailing process  
      • If by chance your taxes get lost in the mail, you are still responsible for the tax payment and any interest incurred. 
    • Check your Payments were received
      • Check  status of your taxes online
      • Call the tax collector to check to make sure your tax payment has been received.
    • You have until May 1 to appeal your taxes

    • It has come to the attention of the Sussex County Board of Taxation that there is false solicitation being distributed throughout Sussex County in the form of a pink postcard. 
    • For more information please click here

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