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Tax Collector

Office of the Tax Collector

Robin Sarlo, CTC

Phone: 609-267-3217, Ext 112
Email: taxcollector@lumbertontwp.com
Tax Office Hours:

Mon-Fri: 8:00am-4:00pm 

   
   

After Hours Drop Box, located just past the tax office drive-up window is now available. Payments left in the drop box will be credited to the next business day. NEW! Online Payments:

You can now pay your taxes through our new online payment portal.  Payment can be made via e-check, credit card or debit card.  A service fee will be assessed based on amount and type of payment.
  • 2010 Tax Rate: 2.041 per $100 of assessed value.
  • 2011 Tax Rate: 2.048 per $100 of assessed value
  • 2012 Tax Rate: 2.145 per $100 of assessed value
  • 2013 Tax Rate: 2.159 per $100 of assessed value
  • 2014 Tax Rate: 2.158 per $100 of assessed value
  • 2015 Tax Rate: 2.243 per $100 of assessed value

Taxes are due February 1st, May 1st, August 1st and November 1st.

Lumberton Township allows a ten (10) day grace period for each quarter. If the 10th is a weekend or recognized holiday, the grace period will be extended to the next business day. If payment is not received by the end of the grace period, interest reverts back to the original due date.

Tax Time E-Mail Reminder:

Because taxes are due quarterly but billed just once a year, an e-mail reminder mailing list has been created. If you have not yet signed up for this service and would like to receive a quarterly reminder that taxes are due, send an e-mail to taxcollector@lumbertontwp.com  including your name, the property location in Lumberton that you own and your e-mail address.

Tax Assessments and Appeals, If you have a question about your assessment please contact:
Patty Sporer
Phone: 609-267-3217 ext. 150
E-mail: psporer@lumbertontwp.com

Tax Deductions & Exemptions (Applications available from the Tax Collector):

Senior Citizen Deduction ($250): Must be 65 years of age as of October 1st of the pretax year. Must reside in the property for which the deduction is being applied. There is an income limit of $10,000 excluding the higher of either Social Security or Government Pension. Verification of eligibility will be required each year. 100% Disabled Person’s Deduction ($250): Must have verification either from Social Security Disability or from a physician of 100% disabled status. Income limit of $10,000 excluding the higher of either Social Security or Government pension. Must reside in the property for which the deduction is being applied. Veteran’s Deduction ($250): Must have owned the property as of October 1stof the pretax year. Must have served during “active war time”. (In some instances, applicant must have served a minimum of 14 days in direct service in the combat zone.) *Deductions are also available for surviving spouses. Contact the tax office for more information. 100% Disabled Veteran’s Exemption: Contact the Tax Assessor for more information.

Taxpayer Resources:

Homestead Rebate (for homeowners):

Property Tax Reimbursement Program (Senior Freeze):

  • Ask questions or to check the status of a filed application please call 1-800-882-6597
  • To listen to information or to order an application please call 1-800-323-4400
  • Online information is provided at www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/propfrez.htm Agents are available during normal business hours from 8:30am until 4:30pm Monday through Friday, to answer questions or to assist senior and disabled homeowners in filing their applications.