The Assessor is responsible to the citizens of the municipality for the fair assessment of all property in order that the tax burden may be distributed equitably.
Every year on or before February 1st, the assessor is required under N.J.S.A. 54.4-3.2, to notify every property owner of their assessment. A property owner who disagrees with the assessed value may appeal to the Camden County Board of Taxation on or before April 1st.
Mr. Dan Gatti, CTA
Current Tax Assessor
Property Tax Deductions
Some property owners are eligible for property tax deductions. If you are in any of the below categories, you may be eligible for a property tax deduction:
- 65 years of age or older and make less than $10,000 per year, excluding social security or certain government pensions may qualify you for a $250 deduction.
- Declared 100% totally and permanently disabled and meet the above requirements may qualify you for a $250 deduction.
- Veteran of a specific time period of the armed services and were on active duty during time off war may qualify you for up to $250 deduction.
- Surviving spouses of a qualified applicant receiving a deduction (with copy of death certificate), continue to receive the same tax relief.
To receive any of the above deductions, you must file an application with the Tax Assessor’s Office.
The Tax Collector’s Office will provide property owners with any information pertaining to deduction eligibility or their property assessment.