Board of Taxation

Filing a Tax Appeal in 2020 -Deadline for Gloucester County ended January 15, 2020

Reminder : Farmland Tax Roll-Back hearings are scheduled on September 28,2020 at 9:00 in the Clayton Complex located at 1200 N. Delsea drive, building A, Clayton, NJ 08312. Social distancing will be adhered to. Masks must be worn. If you received a hearing notice, please contact the Tax Board for hearing details at 856-307-6448.

Pitman Reassessment- This reassessment will now be conducted during 2021 and implemented for the 2022 tax year.

Woodbury Reassessment- In the second week of June, we will resume conducting the Woodbury reassessment with exterior inspections. Interior inspections will not be required, however if you wish for an interior inspection to be conducted, please call 856-307-6422. Interior inspections will require social distancing and the wearing of face masks.

Please do not allow anyone to enter your home without proper identification. If an interior inspection is requested a person of legal age must be present.

After the reassessment is complete, we will notify you by mail of the new preliminary assessed value of your property. You can expect this information after October 1, 2020. We will offer you the opportunity for an informal meeting with a County representative to review the information we have collected. Final notification of the new assessed value will be mailed after December 1, 2020.

Please do not hesitate to call 856-307-6445, if you have any questions.

Due to a change in State regulations for Gloucester County please be advised that the APPEAL FILING DEADLINE HAS CHANGED.  Appeals must be filed between NOVEMBER 15 th THROUGH JANUARY 15 th.
You may contact the Gloucester County Board of Taxation located at 1200 N. Delsea Drive, Bldg A, Clayton NJ 856-307-6448 or click on the link above 'Filing a Tax Appeal ' to print the appeal form.
In addition, Chapter 75 post cards (Assessment post cards) will be mailed on or before November 15 th.

Hours of operation:
Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

The County Board of Taxation falls into two major categories, administrative and appellate.

They are as follows:

The Administrative section includes the supervision of tax assessors, the establishment of percentage levels of true value, acts as assessors upon own initiative, is responsible for ascertaining the level of assessments in each district, distributes cost of County government equitably among taxing districts in the County, prepares the Abstract of Ratables, calculates the tax rates and acts as liaison between the assessors and the data center.

In the Appellate section, the Commissioners sit as a quasi-judicial board and hear appeals from taxpayers and taxing districts and direct adjustments to assessments, when justified by law. Such adjustments are by written memorandum of judgments.

Property Tax Payer's Bill of Rights

Lou Sebastiani

Brad Blubaugh

Rocco A. Ficara

Elizabeth S. Rogale 

 Justin Kolman

Support Staff:
Cheri Prus