Laura Zappone, Tax Collector – firstname.lastname@example.org
856-783-6320 ext 1900
The Tax Office is responsible for the billing and collection of both taxes and local sewer charges in the Borough of Somerdale.
You can now pay your tax and local sewer bills online. Please note that if you are using the Bill Pay feature with your banking online, please allow 7-10 days for your payment to reach us. If your payment reaches the Borough after the grace period ends, you will owe interest.
Property tax bills are mailed out once a year, approximately in July or August, and are for four (4) quarters of payments. Taxes are due February 1st, May 1st, August 1st and November 1st. There is a10 day grace period to pay after the due date without interest. If the 10th falls on a weekend or borough holiday, you have until the next business day to pay before interest begins. After the 10th, interest is calculated from the first day of the month. Interest accrues daily and is 8% for the first $1,500 and 18% for all amounts over that.
Sewer bills are mailed to property owners annually in January. Sewer payments are due March 1st and December 1st. The 10 day grace period applies to sewer bills as well. Interest will begin to accrue after the 10th.
Please note that all properties in Camden County will receive two sewer bills. One will be for your local sewer from the Borough, and the second will be from Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority (CCMUA). The Borough of Somerdale does not accept payments on behalf of the CCMUA, nor do we have knowledge of your account. For more information about your CCMUA account, please visit www.ccmua.org.
NJ DIVISION OF TAXATION’S PROPERTY TAX RELIEF PROGRAM
ANCHOR PROGRAM (REPLACES THE HOMESTEAD REBATE AS OF 2023)
For questions, call 1-888-238-1233
To file by phone, call 1-877-658-2972
PROPERTY TAX REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAM (ALSO KNOWN AS “SENIOR FREEZE”)
For questions, please call 1-800-885-6597 or visit www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation
ANNUAL PROPERTY TAX DEDUCTION FOR SENIOR CITIZENS AND DISABLED PERSONS
If you are a homeowner that is 65 years or older, or disabled and meet the income limit of $10,000 per year (not including social security), you may be eligible for an annual deduction of $250. For more information, please see the Tax Collector.
ANNUAL DEDUCTION FOR VETERANS
If you are a war veteran, or the unmarried surviving spouse/surviving civil union partners/surviving domestic partner, you may be eligible for an annual deduction of up to $250 on your taxes. Please see the Tax Collector for more information.
PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION FOR DISABLED VETERAN
Full exemption from property taxes on a principal residence for qualifying totally or permanently disabled war veterans and their unmarried surviving spouses/surviving civil union partners/surviving domestic partners. Unmarried surviving spouses/surviving civil union partners/surviving domestic partners or service persons who died in wartime activity duty may also qualify. For more information, please contact the Tax Collector.