FAQs - Tax Collector
A.:You will be sent a letter from the Assessor after the improvement has been issued a Certificate of Occupancy. The letter will advise you of the additional assessed value due and what year(s) are involved. The new assessment will cause additional bill(s) to be issued. The bill called an added assessment bill will be sent out in October and due November 1st (4th quarter) of the current year and February 1st and May 1st of the following year. The added assessment bill must be combined together with your original tax bill that was received in June. When the new bills are generated the following June, all taxes will be combined into one bill. See Tax Assessor to see if you meet the qualifications for abatement.
A.:This request must be made in writing and signed by the property owner, along with the block/lot and reason and sent to:
A.:We need a written request (24 hours prior) requesting a redemption figure, with a date that we would receive the payment, along with the block/lot/lien number. This payment must be certified funds, cash, or money order. Send request for redemption to:
Tax Collector, Willingboro Township
1 Dr. M L King Jr Drive
Willingboro, NJ 08046
A.:All appeal questions should be directed to the Assessor's Office at (609) 877-2200 extension 1012 or 1013.
A.:The Tax Sale in Willingboro Township is held annually for unpaid prior year(s) taxes and municipal charges. The tax sale list is advertised in the Burlington County Times and posted in the Municipal Building, Library, Post Office and WMUA. All payments must be made with certified check, cash, money orders or wire transfer. We urge you to know the tax sale procedure and research any property you wish to bid on. (See “Elements of Tax Sales in NJ” below for more information)
A.: Taxes can be paid with cash, personal or certified checks, and money orders. You may bring in your payment, use the drop box, or mail the payment. If you are using the drop box, be aware that the payment will not be considered received until the next business day. If you are mailing, please gibe at least 3-5 days to reach us. Postmarks are not accepted.
If you use your bank's online payment feature, be aware that a check is cut and mailed to us by your bank. Give at least 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 returned to you.
Credit Card payments (and/or E-check) can be made online. To use this feature, click on this link official payments: enter the block, lot and qualifier or the account number, or your name or address. In the appropriate box (tax or utility) click on make payment, and follow the directions. A convenience fee will be assessed if you choose to use this payment option. You will be able to review the fee prior to making the payment.